Oh, how I wish the Salvatore Ferragamo Gathered Shoulder Bag came in a different color. I can’t do tan, it wouldn’t go with anything that I wear, but the bag itself is just SO beautiful. The gently gathered folds of soft, smooth leather look so completely touchable and drool-worthy that I may consider trying to find an outfit that this bag would go with. And then I would wear that outfit until the end of time, just so I could wear this bag every day.

Salvatore Ferragamo Gathered Shoulder Bag

Because not only does it look absolutely luxurious and beautiful, but it also seems like it would be a functional, useful bag to have that would wear well and become softer and more supple with time. An awesome, soft bag that will stand the test of time and might actually improve…how could you got wrong? If brown is a neutral you find yourself reaching for often, then definitely consider adding this bag to your wardrobe. Buy through Saks for $1490.

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  • Cherie L.

    ooohhhhhh. love love love. this is the first tan bag in a long time that actually looks expensive!

  • Sarah

    They have this bag at Neiman Marcus.com in a couple different colors.

  • MizzJ

    Very nice, although I’m not loving those strange clippy things in the center of the bag – what is up with those?? I think this is a great color for a bag actually! Tan/browns are so versatile and go with everything. Try pairing this bag with any dark denim and you are good to go girl!

  • janis

    eek i think this bad is horrible looking

  • Merve

    ooo what a beauty

  • LDJ

    It would look better in a different color.

  • mation

    The “clippy” things in the center are those ornaments from the Ferragamo “bow” shoes. I think this bag looks great- kind of “Pradaesque” but nothing wrong with that!