If you are conscious about the environment and you realize your responsibility in contributing to the cause, then you should start using jute handbags. Known as the Earth bags, these are eco friendly materials which do not affect the surrounding nature in any adverse ways unlike plastic and polythene.
Jute bags are made of jute, a vegetable fiber which is long, soft and shiny in nature spun into coarse and very tough threads. Jute, a fiber only second to the production of cotton in terms of multitude throughout the world, has been an integral part of the culture of Bengal and parts of Bangladesh.
Why are Jute Handbags so Popular
Jute handbags are popular fortheiradvantages as nature-friendly materials, their cost-effectiveness and style. The following are the key factors:
- Jute is one of the most compostable and 100% biodegradable fibers of the world.
- Cultivation of jute depends on the market demands and the more you use the fiber, it should be borne in mind that, more you are contributing to the healthy environment. This is because every hector of jute plantation can consume 15 tons of CO2 and can release 11 tons of oxygen.
- Bags made of jute are bestowed with high tensile strength, lower extensibility and gives better breathability than the other synthetic bags.
- As jute has the best ability to be mixed with other forms of fiber and thereby the bags made from it are created with a wide range of innovative designs.
- Jute can be fused with cotton to give one the best and cheap materials for bags and other things.
- As the fiber is cultivated by the poorer sector of the community, the more you buy jute products, the more you contribute to them socially and economically.
What Materials are Jute Bags Made up of?
Usually a jute bag is made up of two types of jute fibers. They are:
- White Jute: White jutes are coarse and old variety of jute historically cultivated in Bengal. Locally made bags contain this type as they are cheap in price. But these jutes have gained a large portion of the market in manufacturing of a variety of handbags.
- Tossa Jute: Tossa jute is a variety of the Afro-Arabian origin. This variety is more silky, softy and stronger than the white jute. Along with the white variety, tossa jute is also cultivated in West Bengal and Bangladesh and is locally known as the Paat. Most of the tossa material used all over the world is exported from the Gangetic Delta region of Bengal in India.
Jute Handbags - Occasions and Outfits
Jute handbags, for their raw and ethnic look, are ideal for non and semi formal appointments. These are ideal for carrying heavy load, but a designer jute bag will compel you to carry it in occasions like night-outs, evening parties and even visiting your local stores whereyou need a perfect blend of style and strength of the bag.
Jute handbags, precisely for their ethnic looks in most designs, are ideal with ethnic, fusion-ethnic and Mediterranean outfits. Ideally you can team up your designer jute handbag with:
- Ethnic wear like ethnic designer sarees, kurtas and churidars
- These bags go best with the harem pants, giving you a bold and stylish look
Apart from these ethnic wear, these bags go well with spaghettis, punk tops and short skirts.
Different types of jute bags that go well with the above outfits are:
- Jute Beach Handbags
- Jute Embroidery Handbags
- Jute Fancy Handbags
- Jute Designer Handbags, especially when fused with cotton
- Jute Color Shed Handbags
- Jute Fancy Handbags