J.Crew's New Collab Is Two-In-One Awesome

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    While we're not typically fans of two-in-one gimmicky fashion items — pants that zip off into shorts, for instance? — leave it to J.Crew to create a dual-purpose item we simply can't resist. In a new collaboration with luxury accessory line WANT Les Essentiels de la Vie, J.Crew has created a day-to-night, work-to-play, subway-commute-to-drinks-with-the-girls handbag.

    In two neutral shades of beige and navy, the Two-Way tote converts from a carryall — perfect for every essential — to a clutch (with an adorable hand strap!) in one seamless transition. Think of it as the bag that's ready for whatever your day may bring, even if you aren't. Launching online tomorrow, this new collab comes available in two sizes and ranges in price from $298 to $398. But you can think of it as $149 to $199 per bag style, if you prefer.

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