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We've trained our eye to immediately look for certain vintage bags that we consider thrift store gold. You know the ones — the Coach bucket bags, the Dooney and Burke two-tone shoulder purses, the nylon Prada backpack — the no-longer-made, super-simple bags that feel so relevant right now. However, coming across one in good condition can be as difficult as finding a $100 bill on the street. Each stained, ripped, and destroyed satchel, clutch, or shopper we discover makes us wonder what it would be like to hold a pristine one in our hands... and now we don't have to imagine any longer. Brands are wising up to thrifters' woes and are reissuing heritage shapes and discontinued styles for those of us who'd rather buy new than play the Indiana Jones game. Ahead, our favorite old-school bags that are finally on the market again!
Art Deco jewelry is unlike anything that came before it in history — loud, geometric, and forward. "A heady, celebratory air flowed through Europe and America after the end of the first World War," explains Doyle & Doyle founder Elizabeth Doyle. "Artists [of all kinds] strove to create a new vocabulary of design, read
We practically peruse Aritzia’s site every day — we can’t get enough of the cool and easy pieces, each just waiting to become wardrobe staples. While the store's price points certainly have some range, there are a ton of affordable finds that are worth a thorough look-see, too. To save you time scrolling read