Step & Repeat Wristlet

Color: Multi-Color


The fashion industry is one of the most polluting industries in the world, and it’s time we rethink the materials, processes, and packaging used to create our beloved purchases. This is why we’ve done the upfront legwork and vetted our brands to ensure that our planet’s health is top of mind for them as well.


Women lift up half of the sky - by investing in women, you’re assisting in the process of creating more wealth for families and communities. The successes of women shape the way young girls see themselves as they develop into leaders, and it's essential for the world to provide leaders that mirror half of the population. 

Toxic Free

The secret behind the beauty, personal-care, and fashion industry is that they’re virtually unregulated, and therefore, allowed to use untested chemicals in their products. Exposure to these ingredients can be harmful overtime, and that’s why we’ve vetted each and every single one of these brands to ensure that they’re up to standards for those looking for a cleaner beauty routine or may be more sensitive to harsh ingredients.


Here at ourCommonplace, all brands have our ethical stamp of approval, which encompasses decent working conditions, treatment of workers, and fair-wages. Through providing a platform for purchasing ethical goods and ensuring all brands uphold ethical standards, we hope to take us towards a more equitable and just world.


We believe in uplifting BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, and People of Color) communities by empowering their businesses. By choosing to allocate your purchasing power to BIPOC-owned businesses, you're not only strengthening local BIPOC communities — you're also contributing to shrinking the racial wealth gap, fostering job creation, and propelling diverse representation across consumer industries.

Cruelty Free

Animal tests are often painful and cause the suffering and deaths of millions of animals every year. Having this stamp of approval means that no animals were tested on, harmed or killed in the process of making the product. When you opt in for cruelty-free brands, you’re opting out of animal testing, and investing in clean products that are made for the benefit of your body, animals, and the environment.

Just the right size for your quick essentials for running errands, commuting and traveling or getting out to grab a quick bite with friends! Handcrafted to hold everything from keys, phone, to iPad and passports. This wristlet clutch has the power to elevate your outfit. We promise, your friends will remember this one!


  • Functions as wristlet, clutch or clip-on to a larger bag
  • Removable wrist strap (can be used as keychain)
  • Zippered top
  • Double lined cotton interior
  • Interior zippered pocket


  • 8.8L x 5.5W 
  • Weight: 0.275 lbs

Cork + Sustainability: 

  • Cork is vegan, hypoallergenic, antimicrobial, waterproof, lightweight, durable, biodegradable and recyclable
  • Since cork is a natural material, each product can have slight color, texture, and grain variation
  • This product is handmade in Portugal from sustainably sourced cork, ethically produced, PETA approved vegan, cruelty free and eco-friendly

Care Instructions: 

  • Wipe down with a wet cloth
  • Let air dry
  • Not suitable for washing machines
Tiradia’s number one goal is to make a difference by empowering consumers to make environmentally conscious decisions, promoting a slow fashion mentality. The earth, animals and people are Tiradia’s top priority. Tiradia’s connection to cork runs deep. Co-founder Joana’s family has been producing cork products for wineries in Portugal since the 1920’s, an endeavor that has been passed down through the generations. Hoping to bring this beneficial material to a wider audience, Joana teamed up with co-founder Amanda, a sustainability and animal-rights advocate, to form Tiradia. All of Tiradia’s manufacturing is done in Portugal, starting with the creation of our cork fabric, all the way to the crafting of our final products. All products are handcrafted, in small batches, by skilled Portuguese artisans, in a small town of Aveiro, keeping production close to the source and benefiting the local economy.

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