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Luxury Tuscany Leather Bags now Available Online in NZ

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Luxury Tuscany Leather Bags now Available Online in New Zealand from Ciao Bella

September 1, 2014 - Ciao Bella is a recently launched online store dedicated to bringing only pure, genuine Italian leather handbags, Men’s bags, executive bags, luggage and accessories to the New Zealand market.

Through the Ciao Bella website you can now get all the latest styles from Italy and all from the comfort of your own home.

Driven by a desire for an easier and more affordable way to have the very best leather bags from Italy, Auckland local, Carolyn McCutcheon set out on an endeavour to bring ‘Tuscany Leather’ bags to New Zealand. The result is an online store that delivers a range of leather bags to suit all occasions and fashionistas.

Ciao Bella provides:

Quality Products - At Ciao Bella we only stock pure, genuine Italian leather products so you receive a quality bag that will last for years and years.

Fast Delivery - When you buy through Ciao Bella you can be assured of a fast, efficient to door delivery service. Why fight the crowds when you can order from the comfort of your own home and have your genuine Italian leather bags delivered direct?

Secure Purchasing - All Credit Card transactions are processed through secure SSL 128bit connection.

To launch the website, Ciao Bella is running a competition on their Facebook page, giving stylish New Zealanders the opportunity to win one of the season’s hottest leather handbags. You can enter here https://www.facebook.com/pages/Ciao-Bella/607445529340526

The full range of Women’s, Men’s, business and travel leather bags and accessories is available now at the online store www.ciaobella.net.nz . And you can read more on our blog.

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