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Lost & Found: 10 Zip-Around Wallets To Keep Your Essentials Safe

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    Every woman knows that stashing the essentials in our wallets isn't the easiest thing to do. Why yes, we do need our debit, credit, Starbucks, and Walgreens cards every single day (and don't forget a handful of change or those business cards, expense-able receipts, and dry-cleaning notices). But, the problem with an overstuffed wallet is that you just can't find anything, and you've only got to go through that frustrating frantic-digging-in-front-of-the-subway turnstile once to know that it's not cool. That's where zip-around continental wallets come into play — and we've got our eyes on 10 picks ahead.

    From an understated black patent number to a rocker-chic studded pick, these wallets are roomy enough to hold everything we'd ever need without being bulky, and the zipper closure ensures that everything stays in its place. Bonus! It's also a two-for-one deal: Stash your essentials in a snazzy style in place of a clutch on the weekend.


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