Presidents' Day is every stylish shopper's dream — so many sales from the biggies without the Black Friday–style stress. Tory Burch's Presidents' Day Sale is a treasure trove of gorgeous iconic accessories and clothes at shocking discounts. Seriously, now's the moment to snatch an outfit-making spring bag — and perhaps grab a special gift for a friend. We spotted this signature tote at $169 off its normal price! There are bags of all sizes and shapes, but also cute cardigans and comfy-luxe smoking slippers (nearly $80 off). Technically, the markdowns last till the 22nd — but stock won't. Grab these goodies now and prevent retail FOMO!
There's nothing more luxe than Italian pebbled leather in the perfect neutral tone. The Small Perry Triple-Compartment Tote Bag is bonded inside, which gives its soft, supple leather a nice structure. It has a center zip pocket and a crossbody strap (which you can take off or clip on). It's practical as it is pretty, and we predict you'll use this every day.
The perfect little bag to upgrade a work outfit or accompany you to a dressy event, this convertible dynamo has the soul of an elegant handbag but the (removable) crossbody strap of an everyday purse. So yeah, it's ready to go formal and make your favorite black dress look fresh, new and ultra chic. But it's also at your service for brunch or dinner out. That gold-tone logo is all the "jewelry" your outfit needs.
Unpretentious, relaxed, sporty. The new Lee Radziwill Double Bucket is composed of softly structured layers with a slim profile, scaled for freedom of movement and worn crossbody. A singular mix of luxury and casual utility. Beautifully crafted in leather and suede, with a belt closure clasped by lock-and-key hardware. The collection is named for Lee, Jackie Kennedy's sister, who was also fearlessly unique.
If you want the "Yowza" factor — for $320 less — this tote has got it. Laser-cut leather creates a striking, unique effect. Inside, a cotton canvas pouch (removable) keeps your stuff secure. We love the idea of using it sans lining as the most glam beach bag on earth. This shopper writes, "Stunning! I bought this to use as a casual tote when I go to the Florida Keys — it is perfect! It goes with everything and is not only eye-catching but my contents are secure due to the drawstring bag inside."
At 7 inches high, this little beauty is the perfect blend of form and function. Casual enough for errands (with a crossbody strap and magnetic closure that make it hands-free) but elegant enough to accompany you on a night out, it's made of luxe pebbled leather and comes with the most elegant hanging charm you've ever seen. Save $89 for Presidents' Day, and make this baby yours.
It is possible to fall in love with a tote. The Mini Ella, with its Rayure Fleurie print, comes from the archives of famed '40s French interior decorator Madeleine Castaing. Designed to hold just the necessities, it’s a versatile essential in resilient recycled polyester with an oversized logo patch. This Collector's edition has a secure zip closure and can also serve as a crossbody companion.
Understated style meets true substance in the McGraw Dragonfly. Beautifully crafted, with hand-stitching and a discreet leather logo, this bag has a winged shape that opens out to reveal hidden zippers and more carrying space. An exquisite pick with infinite possibilities. Also available — and on sale (at an even lower price!) in pale green.
With many pockets, this sleek tote makes it easy to stay organized. Contrasting pops of color — from the lining to the embossed stripes — give it extra-special impact. A fan says, "I bought this as a gift for my mom, and she loves it. It's the perfect size, as she doesn’t like large bags and loves that it can be hand-held or a shoulder bag, by attaching the strap. The color is beautiful and perfect for spring/summer!"
Unstructured, in soft Napa leather with gold equestrian hardware and rounded seams, this bag has a cool downtown vibe. With slender straps that adjust, it works as a shoulder bag or crossbody. We love the rich color. It never goes out of style. Get it now at a savings of more than $250—and use it forever and ever.
How cute is this little gem? Zip around town with this printed card case, made of rich pebbled leather and emblazoned with the Tory Burch logo. The wrist strap makes it effortless to carry — and just right for those times you don't want to lug around a heavy bag. Makes an amazing gift — especially at this price!
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