Must Have Handbags

Transition to fall with a covet-worthy handbag that enlivens your ensemble. This time of year, look for a style that can set off a summer dress with the same chic as a turtleneck and boots. Check out our favorites!

Equestrian style and rich earth tones give the Dooney & Bourke Florentine Clayton satchel a sophisicated, tailored look that balances a flowy maxi dress or pairs perfectly with a khaki trench.

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The MICHAEL Michael Kors Weston collection pairs simple, buttery soft leather and structured details like the chain-and-leather straps. This small messenger bag looks fantastic with white shorts. Try a crisp black-and-white satchel with your little black dress.

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Looking for the perfect slouchy shoulder bag that looks relaxed without being sloppy? The COACH soft Legacy drawstring shoulder bag in pebbled leather boasts a versatile combination of carefree and classy, great with jeans and a tank top or with a puffy jacket.

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Gorgeous texture and shining buckle details elevate the Big Buddha Penn large buckle tote to instant classic, and looks great whether you’re wearing a sleek tee or a comfy sweater.

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A luxe addition to your wardrobe for years to come, the Brahmin Vineyard collection Vivian satchel is the height of tailored excellence and high-quality leather. Pair it with an elegant sheath dress or business suit, whatever the season!

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Which handbag would you choose to get through the last of this summer’s heat?

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  1. I like what Dooney & Bourke did with the fall line. That green is so neutral.

    XO RTC

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