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#PutABagOnIt, Says DANNIJO

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    As much as we love our summer brights, it's the moody emeralds and maroons that have us (almost) wishing for fall this fine (albeit humid) day. And, no, it's not a coincidence DANNIJO happened to release its latest handbag collection this morning. The new selection — priced from $98 to $1,098 — includes card cases, clutches, backpacks, mini duffels, totes and wristlets in a range of textures, prints, and hues that'll be a welcome change to your palm-printed totes come autumn.

    But, who said you need to wait until September to scoop 'em up? While the color palette is clearly geared for next season, the shapes are timeless enough to don on your person year round. Our favorite? This pearl-and-chain adorned bib-front crossbody. We'll take one of every color, please. Ahead, peek the entire range and bag these styles before we beat you to the punch.

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