Coach HandbagOk here is my question of the day: What in the heck gives the people at Coach so much time to make new designs every week?? I would love to have that much time on my hands to just be switching it up and changing it around all the time. Unfortunately I don’t have that much time. Not even close. Between moving out of my place now and getting ready for a month long vacation in Europe, I’m busy as ever. But I did make time for some shopping today (of course I find time for what is really important) and as I passed by the Coach store I saw the new Coach Chelsea Bouclé Demi.

I love fall. This new Coach bag is able to add a touch of refinement to your new fall wardrobe which, by the way, is taking over the stores. A small side rant – why is it that in sweltering 100 degree heat do we have velour, velvet, corduroy, and wool in the stores?? Could that not wait just until it makes it back into the 80’s at least?? Anyhow, the bag is trimmed in leather and features a brass ring closure. There are pockets galore with the inside zip pocket, cell phone/multi-function pocket, and back open pocket. Made of imported wool blend fabric with lightweight suede and leather trim, the bag looks like it is made of tweed and sure as heck is not made to be carried around this summer. The dimensions are 8 7/8 x 5 3/4 x 2 3/8 inches. Even though we are all still frying from this unbearable summer heat, this fall bag is ready at Coach for $228.

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  • Laurie

    Tweed is so “fetch” for fall!!! IT is everywhere!! Coach is so with the times

  • chemlex

    It’s probably very easy to churn out new seconds every second if you don’t care how fugly they are.

    I swear, thousands of Kmarts already have a very similiar bag available for $17.99.

  • Zippy

    This sturdy little number looks like it will last all season. Great for simply running around town on those never-ending errands.

  • Designer Ella

    Don’t dis the bag! That is my ultimate favorite bag. Anyway, Fall is it, baby, and soon you won’t mind. It’s good to get things ahead of time. I was shopping in December for my Spring shoes. By the time the season is underway, the styles are gone.

    About the bag, I haven’t gotten to posting about it, yet. I went away on vacation, and got in a car accident. I have to post 3 different, long, posts on Coach’s fall bags. He he. This lovely number gets her own entry. I knew about it for a month. I’ve been WAITING. I cannot wait to get it.

    You saw it, so you can’t deny it’s attractiveness. With those sparkling threads?! Really, the picture is not as good as the bag really is, although I loved it just from the picture. For one thing, the over-ornate strap is not the same in the actual item.

  • billyjoe

    i have to say i agree with chemlex

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    Patrick Loweri

  • JB

    Looks like a great bag for the price.

  • Andrea Jasperson

    You are right on the money with this one. Well said!

    Andrea Jasperson

  • canelle

    I have to click refresh button at my browser to able to read the post otherwise it’s nearly impossible to read it

  • Veronica_Sawyer

    Perfect for fall. (ipad)

  • Naggy

    That looks like something you’d find in the attic as it was rejected for decades. (ipad)

  • KY

    Not my cup of tea. (ipad)

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