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Friday, January 29, 2010

Ralph Lauren The Point Saddle Messenger Bag

If you don't have a messenger bag come spring, you're just not with it. It's the hottest bag style to own, but finding the perfect one for you can be a bit tricky. If stud-embellished, fringe-accented bags or "biker chic" zipper-detailed messengers are not for you (let's face it, those sort of bags are not for everyone), you might be interested in something a tad more sedate.

This Ralph Lauren The Point Saddle Messenger Bag strikes the perfect balance between trendy and timeless. The style is very "now" but the western-like details and black leather exterior are American classics. Even the logo tag and tassels are removable, so you can make this bag look as simple as you'd like. The 12 x 15.5 x 4" interior boasts several pockets and pouches to keep all your essentials organized. I'd like to point out that the whipstitch detailing along the edges and on the strap is done in an understated, tasteful manner unlike other, more expensive designer bags that have attempted the same. Now that I have your attention, I'll give you the last bit of info that will really seal the deal for you - it's only $695. I know, I know, you can thank me anytime you like. I crave compliments just as much as I crave this bag.

On a different note, Ralph Lauren is donating 100% of all proceeds from the sale of their limited edition "Haiti Relief" polo shirts to the United Way Worldwide Disaster Fund. You can choose from several styles and colors for both men and women here. Prices range from $98-$110. This is a wonderful way to help relief efforts in Haiti while wearing something that will help spread awareness.


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