MBS x Baggu Tote

$ 10.00

Baggu's signature reusable tote bag, screen printed with original artwork inspired by the Miranda Bennett Studio brand created by artist Kelly Colchin. 

The bestselling Baggu reusable bag isn't just for the grocery store, it goes everywhere and hauls almost anything (and it holds up to 50 lbs!). 

White Ink on Terracotta Recycled Ripstop Nylon.

Measures 25 ½" × 15 ½" × 6"

Folds into its own matching flat 5" × 5" pouch

Machine Washable, Cold. Hang to Dry.


Recycled Nylon
Baggu's Recycled Nylon styles are made with recycled nylon filament yarn, produced from pre-consumer waste. This saves scrap material from being landfilled, conserves petroleum resources and reduces greenhouse gas emissions.

Where We Ship

We ship our apparel and home collection Domestically and Internationally.

For international orders, shipping is available via multiple carriers, with rates based on weight, speed and destination. Please note: custom duties may apply

Shipping Rates

We are offer free U.S. shipping on orders of $200 or more.

Shipping rates for Domestic orders under $200 are subject to carrier fees, and a few options will be available at checkout. We also offer a $10 USPS Priority Mail flat rate shipping option.

International shipping rates are subject to carrier fees and all available carriers will be displayed at checkout.

Exchanges & Returns

Returns for Store Credit or Exchanges are eligible for an extended 30-Day window, with free return shipping.

Returns for Refund are eligible with a 15-Day window, with the buyer paying the cost of shipping. 

Exceptions to our standard return policy:

Apothecary, Intimates, and Kitchen or other consumable products are final sale and non-refundable. 


Where Our Garments are Made

Our garments and accessories are cut and sewn in-house by our team in Austin, TX. Our colors are hand dyed using plant based pigments in-house in Austin, TX. Our black apparel is dyed using low impact dyes in Los Angeles, CA.

Garment Care

Find our complete Garment Care Guide here