Burberry's cream Peggy bag takes its name from a Shetland pony once owned by Queen Elizabeth II, nodding to the British house's equestrian influences. It's made in Italy from supple canvas to a bucket form that's accented with tan leather trims and a graphic black logo. Adjust the adjustable strap to wear it across the body or carry it by the single top handle.
The creator of the wardrobe staple that never goes out of style, Burberry has been the leading voice of innovation in fashion since its Basingstoke beginning in 1856. From the early invention of gabardine to the 1990s fashion re-birth, Burberry has always declared its character in a resolute voice. Their artful approach to heritage has been featured in Vogue UK, Elle and Marie Claire.
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