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Monday, September 7, 2009

Tano Leave The Light On Shoulder Bag


The Tano Leave The Light On Shoulder Bag isn't the first metallic leather Tano bag that's caught my eye recently, but it's the only one that I can really see myself using past the fall. It's enormous at 22 x 15 x 8 which is just how I like my bags, and the bronze leather exterior is the perfect foil for fall's color palette. The haphazard ruching gives the design a casual feel while the reinforced, adjustable top handles provide comfort and functionality.

I would've loved a bag like this during college. It's spacious enough to fit a few books in addition to a smaller purse with a wallet, make up, keys and a cell phone. All I had to choose from in college were either Jansport backpacks or tacky Chanel-like bags which were all the rage in Miami during the 90s. Picture the ugliest PVC quilted jumbo flap bag possible and you'll slowly come to understand my pain during those rough, fashion-less years.

Enough about my past, though. Our present is offering us the opportunity to own a chic and relatively inexpensive bag. Now that's progress. You can pick up the Tano Leave The Light On Shoulder Bag for $375 at NeimanMarcus.com. Can you really pass up a chance to buy a bag with such a suggestive name?

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