Whether you’re treating yourself for making it through a long and arduous January (seriously, January felt like four months rolled into one) or looking for a Valentine’s Day present, you definitely need to check out Hannah Emile’s line of products to satisfy your winter shopping needs.
Hannah Emile was founded by Hannah Tatar, a Cleveland native now based in San Francisco. Straight from her craft, the line “celebrates heartfelt, handmade goods that are meant to be used and loved.” With an ethos like that, it’s easy to be on board. Not to mention, the products are reasonably priced and offer everything from beautiful handbags to tastefully designed jewelry.
Another one of our favorite pieces is the Lucia Trio, a simple, minimalist, crossbody style bag. Incredibly versatile, it offers a pocket on the inside for your valuable goodies and a zippered closure to ensure you can walk around even the most crowded city streets worry-free and chic.
// Intrigued? Hop over to their site ASAP. All leather goods are 25% off with the code "MAKEWAY”. hannahemile.com.
Sanica Apte is a writer and a news and politics junkie living in the Bay Area. A former Bostonian and Florida-native, she got her start in the creative world on Boston University's student-run TV station, producing an Emmy award-winning news show called On That Point. Previous to that, Sanica interned for PBS Boston and NBC Boston. In her spare time, she's a full-time cat lover and is slowly eating her way through all the good food the Bay Area has to offer.