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Deal of the Day: Fab Gold Kors Bag To Wear With Anything

November 15, 2010 by carla
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This is not your average gold bag, do we agree? This is a perfectly tinted, gorgeously textured, tastefully chained, almost half-price gold bag. This is the Michael Kors ID Chain Hobo ($251.99, down from $448) Are you with me? Not that you need help picturing all the ways you’d wear this baby, but just for good measure…

We love the idea of going a little retro and wearing it as part of a nautical-inspired ensemble:  

like the DKNY Striped Stretch Silm Tunic ($86.99, down from $145) and a slim pair of pants like these Slim Cropped Pants ($39.99, down from $49.50).

Do you love bags with chain details? If so, study up on Fashion Math to decide if a Gucci classic is worth it. If you’re in the mood for more shopping, check out some sample sales or shop these Etsy nautical accessories.

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