Shopping tote and trolley set

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Additional Information

Item Number: 0054-34887-9999

Pretty diamond print trolley set with contrast pebble grain faux leather trim makes it perfect for shopping or travel. Travel or shop with world-class design.

  • open tote has double handles, inside zipper pockets
  • trolley has single top handle and retractable handle, wheels and Velcro-close stand, 19" H x 13" L x 6" W, 14.5" handle drop
  • zip closure and inside zip mesh pocket
  • woven polyester
  • imported
  • 2-bag trolley set
  • tote 12" H x 16" L x 6" W
    9" handle drop

California Transparency in Supply Chains Act

FULLBEAUTY Brands and its various brands and affiliates have had a longstanding commitment to observing the provisions of the United Nations International Labour Organization and that organization's principles aimed at eliminating child labor and abolishing slavery and forced or compulsory labor.

Suppliers of FULLBEAUTY Brands and its affiliates commit to the Supplier's Code of Conduct as a condition of doing business with us. The Code requires the suppliers to commit themselves to fundamental principles aimed at eliminating child labor, slavery, human trafficking and forced or compulsory labor. A copy of the Supplier's Code of Conduct can be provided by submitting a written request to:

FULLBEAUTY Brands
2300 Southeastern Avenue
Indianapolis, Indiana 46201
Attn: General Counsel

More recently, California has passed the California Transparency in Supply Chains Act. That Act is designed to increase the information made available by retailers concerning their efforts to address the issues of slavery and human trafficking. In accordance with that Act, FULLBEAUTY Brands and its various brands and affiliates make the following disclosures.

As part of their commitment to eradicating slavery, human trafficking and forced labor, FULLBEAUTY Brands and its various brands and affiliates:

  1. Verify product supply chains by using a third party company to ensure that the product supply chains are complying with the Code of Conduct and all applicable laws prohibiting slavery and forced labor.
  2. Audit their suppliers to determine whether they are complying with the Code of Conduct and the applicable laws prohibiting slavery and forced labor. These audits are conducted by an independent third party company. These audits are semi-announced. The frequency of audits is based on the volume of business, country of origin, type of products, and evaluated risk with the suppliers.
  3. Require their direct suppliers to comply with the Code of Conduct and the laws regarding slavery and human trafficking of the countries in which the suppliers are doing business.
  4. Maintain an internal accountability record of the suppliers' compliance with the Code of Conduct. FULLBEAUTY Brands and affiliates generally reserve the right to terminate any supplier which fails to comply with applicable laws prohibiting slavery and human trafficking, subject to the opportunity to cure where appropriate.
  5. Provide training for their sourcing team on the company policies designed to eliminate slavery and human trafficking and on the Code of Conduct and the need to include the Code of Conduct into any terms and conditions with suppliers.

As noted, FULLBEAUTY Brands and its affiliates have followed the principles of the International Labour Organization which include supporting the elimination of all forms of forced and compulsory labor and the effective abolition of child labor. Likewise, FULLBEAUTY Brands and its affiliates support the principles of the California Transparency and Supply Chains Act of 2010.

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Love the bonus
Great bonus offers!
August 28, 2016
Lexington, KY
Would not buy at half the cost!
I would not recommend this item.
July 22, 2016
Michigan
Flimsy and cheap
Would never pay full price for this, got this free with my intended purchase which was shirts. Will i use this ? Yes but not for anything but clothes. Very thing and wobbly waiting for the handle to snap off its really cheap plastic. Makes me for sure avoiding any other bags/accessories from womanwithin
April 6, 2016
Michigan
Ugh
The picture makes it look so much cuter than it really is. The gingham is thin, and the expandable handle is flimsy. Every bit looks as though it will break or rip within the first minute of use. Ugh.
March 27, 2016
USA
sure am glad this was free
This is about the cheapest made bad I have ever seen. The material feels as if you could poke a whole in it with your finger. The expandable handle on the suitcase does not lock into place so if you were to push instead of pull the handle goes down. The zippers fell very cheap like they will not last a couple of sips. Thanks God this was free with a coupon, it was not even worth the shipping charge. Don't spend money on it!
March 24, 2016
South Texas
"I would buy this product again and again"
Things that aren't so great about it
Cheap Material, looks like it will not hold up
March 22, 2016
Jersey Shore, Pa