The Row Carry All Tote:Marni Contrast Tote Bag

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If this tote were a cocktail, it would be a perfectly balanced martini, stirred and not shaken. One that goes down nice and smooth. It would also be one overpriced drink. Those damn Olsens! They’re so good at what they’re doing these days, I almost forget to scoff at the price tags of their bags.
The Row’s super-slick leather tote might look square at first glance, but it’s actually a super-great, functional bag. The top remains flat upon closing it up, thanks to two slim flaps that overlap and clasp together, all neat and tidy. But you don’t have to work for it; the flaps have magnets built in, so you don’t have to strategically match them up. Structured and rigid from some angles, its hardness is countered by rounded edges. The result? A subtle sense of uniqueness, courtesy of a carryall that’s as easy on your eyes as it is on your hands. The Row Carry All Tote

My new perfect bag: done and done, with no hesitation required. When Marni nails it, you can bet I jump all over it. And this fierce yet neutral tote has everything I’m looking for this fall. It combines all the contrasting elements that make a practical bag desirable, sans compromise. With a flash of gold metal posing as frame-top closure, it’s got the ladylike feel of a treasure yet enough spunk for a sense of youthful living. Want the beauty of a nude shoulder bag, but can’t deal with watching it get dirty? A black lambskin body juxtaposed against creamy beige gussets, folded naturally and effortlessly, solves that problem. And finally, single slim strap, free of hefty hardware, ensures this will be lightweight as you carry it around all day (I know I can’t wait to). Cosmopolitan snobs, take note: this is a quintessential city girl’s bag, confident and in charge. Be ready to be the same.

Marni Contrast Tote Bag

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