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Friday, April 3, 2009

MICHAEL Michael Kors Delancy Shoulder Tote

Michael Kors' moderately-priced collection delivers a chic design in the Delancy Shoulder Tote. This roomy 15 x 13 x 6 bucket-style bag features trendy leather/chain top handles with a generous 12' strap drop, magnetic snap closure, convenient exterior side pockets, and several interior compartments you can use to store a cell phone or smaller items so they won't get lost in the cavernous interior. The 'Delancy' makes a fun everyday bag with its' studded trim and chunky chain straps. You can easily fit a few magazines plus a water bottle inside in addition to all your daily essentials. I'd recommend the MICHAEL Michael Kors Delancy Shoulder Tote to any woman. The choice of either black, yellow or walnut brown affords women of all ages and tastes the opportunity to select a version that will compliment their individual style. The yellow rendition might be great for a modern, urban gal on-the-go while the walnut brown would suit a more traditional suburban mom. My personal favorite is the black version because it's just so fierce. Ladies, I can't recommend this bag enough, and its' under $500 price tag really cinches the deal.

MICHAEL Michael Kors Delancy Shoulder Tote available for $498 via Nordstrom


2 Responses to "MICHAEL Michael Kors Delancy Shoulder Tote"
  1. Anonymous said...
    Sunday, April 19, 2009

    Hi Dania,
    Very nice handbag, and you don't really need to go to Nordstrom to get this bag, TJmax has it at around $170. I have to confess that I tried it at TJ and and It is not so nice to wear it. The straps are pretty odd like "made the wrong way round", but the leather is very nice..

  2. Dania P. said...
    Sunday, April 19, 2009

    I know what you're referring to. I will say that in my experience, this happens when you try on a bag without anything in it. When I'm trying on a bag in a store I always put my things inside so I can judge how the bag will "sit" on me. I can't tell you how many bags I might have never bought (rolled top handles in particular) if I hadn't adopted this shopping strategy. Try it out in the future and you'll be surprised by the difference it can make.

    Thanks for your comment as well as the heads up on the lower price at TJ's

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