We think about you with every bag we sew.
Full-grain leather. A by-product of the food industry. Tanned by local tanneries. So you can feel good about the bag you carry.
Made to Last
Handcrafted in the Southern U.S.A. Pieced together and sewn one at a time. So it'll last for a lifetime.
Made for you
Classically unique. Thoughtfully designed to complement any lifestyle. So it'll simply fit the needs of your everyday life.
We are two cousins who were both born Amish. As you might have guessed, we're not Amish anymore. We're two women who took a chance on a crazy dream, and it's working.
We work together behind the scenes of Urban Southern with our families, sisters, and friends to handcraft leather bags from USA-sourced, full-grain leather in the heart of Tennessee. We combine the simplicity and durability of leather to make handbags for women from every walk of life. The passion that keeps us moving forward is our vision to empower women.
I received my Urban Tote for Mother’s Day. I. LOVE. IT! I take it everywhere! I love the quality, size and timelessness of the leather bag.
I have 3 of these beautiful bags. The craftsmanship is impeccable and the styles are timeless. Money well spent.
Received my large Market Tote today. It’s more beautiful in person!!! The quality is just amazing every detail is perfect and I must add this is the first bag that I own that the straps fit perfectly. Thank you for such an amazing experience!
The last bag I will ever buy. I will carry my mini tote for years.
—Amanda Wilson Sharp White
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