When we first shared news of the Coach Rogue Bag, many of you (myself included) fell for the bag. Under the direction of Stuart Vevers, the designs at Coach have taken on an entire new life: a very approachable and stylish vibe that has countless celebs, fashion stars and, of course, consumers rushing to add the brand’s bags to their collection.

I’ve stumbled upon different versions of the Rogue–there are so many–but when I saw the grey suede version, I found myself saying, “Oh yeah, that’s pretty!” I know the days are still hot and summer isn’t over yet, but now that I’m back in NYC for a little while, I’m anxiously awaiting fall and can’t wait to feel the chill in the air. With that in mind, I need to change out my bags a bit. Suede can be a tricky, and if you wear dark denim, the indigo dye can easily transfer to the suede, but that’s part of the reason I like this grey hue–it will hide wear better than a lighter suede.

I love the spaciousness of the Rogue, plus the leather handles and optional leather shoulder strap. There’s something about a great grey bag that always intrigues me, and this one is the latest piece on my mind. The interior is lined in suede as well, and the overall dimensions are 12.25″ x 9.75″ x 5.5″. There is a long (and growing) thread on the PurseForum about the Coach Rogue Bag as well, if you want to hear what others are saying and see the pictures they’re sharing. Buy this version via Coach for $795.

Coach Rogue Bag in Grey Suede
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Kristoffer
Kristoffer
6 years ago

The suede looks soo..just warm and cozy on a cool autumn day. Nice grey hue Megs.

CMah
CMah
6 years ago

I have the cognac suede Rogue from the first run Coach made with this bag. It’s amazing. Beautiful, unique and goes with just about anything. It has held up very well for me with pretty much continual use since April. Color transfer from my jeans is a problem, but I just keep the side with the color transfer facing towards my body. Oh, also it’s heavy so you have to be willing to make that trade. But on the up side, you’re not likely to see everyone and her dog carrying one, either. Which is a plus. It definitely has a more relaxed feel to it but still fashion forward. And it feels good nestled on my shoulder or with the top handles in hand. I definitely want the grey ever since I saw it, but I think I’d better keep that $800 in my bank account. 🙁

Aly
Aly
6 years ago

I saw this bag in person the other day. Honestly pic is better than in person. I ended up buying their large saddle bag in brown. Love it!

RitaGoldGrandeBaldwin
RitaGoldGrandeBaldwin
6 years ago

The suede Rogue is stunning :O I still adore the oxblood colour or the black/gold colour <3

Ella
Ella
6 years ago

The interior is actually the same color as the outside of the bag, but in Glovetanned leather. It’s also a bit lighter than pictured, but still gorgeous!

Erica Deary
Erica Deary
6 years ago

I love the Rogue, but I am not a fan of pebbled leather. The cognac color from last season does not fit my wardrobe, so I had to love this bag from afar until the grey suede, and I snatched mine up immediately.

lovemyfashions
6 years ago

Such a creative idea lovemyfashions! Love your color scheme!

Irene
Irene
5 years ago

Want to love the rogue but it has too much going on. I am not a fan of all the pockets and folds and compartments. There is a new rogue duffle however that is one compartment and zips across the top. If it eventually comes out in suede then I’m in.

GG Pastel