Save Up For These 10 Big-Ticket Buys

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    We routinely put aside money for our 401Ks, and do our best to add to our Next Big Move fund. But, alas, our brains have been focusing on a different sort of investment of late. Several of them. Saving up for Big-Ticket purchases is something we've been doing ever since we first got an allowance. Because, truth be told, really quality, beautiful, sentimentally relevant items are the things we cherish for the rest of your lives, whether it's a beautifully constructed handbag or a cocktail dress with timeless attitude. Well, ladies—this is the adult version of saving up your pennies for Beanie Babies, because we've found 10 luxury items that'll have you itching to plump up your Lust List fund. Just click and sigh...

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