This Coach Bag Kit Lets You Mix & Match To Create 144 Combos

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    The Coach Legacy bag has quickly become one of our favorite no-fuss, multipurpose totes that will last you a long, long time (that's what happens when great construction and a timeless shape get together and have a bag baby).

    But, if you're starting to grow a little tired of it, Coach has a solution. The brand is now selling a Coach Legacy kit that'll allow you to switch up your bag's look and try out a contrast strap — with over nine colors and 16 types of duffles, that's 144 different looks you can create.

    However, don't expect to pay craft-store prices for this: Each kit only comes with a strap, a tassel, and a hangtag, and rings in at $98 a pop. But, knowing that giving yourself a seasonal makeover costs quite a bit as well, shouldn't your bag deserve the same treatment?

    Coach Legacy Duffle Kit, $98, available at Coach

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