The advent of the Coach Borough Bag has left us (and a lot of other bag lovers) curious to see what will come next in the massive American brand's handbag evolution. Today, we have one of the first answers to that question: the Coach Bleecker Mini Pocket Carryall, which costs less than $300, features zero permanent exterior branding and comes in a whopping seven colors, from basic black to acid green (with a couple gorgeous pastels in between). We're into it.
This bag is the mini version of a new, larger everyday bag from Coach called the Bleecker Riley Carryall, but this little version, with its crossbody strap and petite price tag, is the one that really caught our eyes. Spring and summer are a perfect time for little bags (who wants to lug a giant tote in warm weather?), and this bag will surely grace a lot of bare shoulders come tank top season. Like the Borough, the bag's leather texture is the main design feature, with the Mini Pocket Carryall featuring both smooth and large-grain pebbled leather in contrasting structural panels. The resulting bag has a neatness to it that has often been lacking in Coach's efforts in recent years, and the feeling is modern without being unfeminine. In short, the Mini Pocket Carryall is very much in keeping with the plan that the Borough Bag set last season.
You can pick up this bag for $258 via Coach in all the lovely colors in the gallery below.