National Handbag Day is finally here, and we’ve got the fifth and final bag from our special series with Bloomingdale’s to celebrate the occasion. The Tory Burch Robinson Micro Double Zip Tote is everything that a New York City girl could want in a bag, all at a sub-$450 price point. It’s hard to do any better than that.

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This version of Burch’s popular Robinson line is the absolute perfect size. It’s small enough that not only does this little tote avoid feeling bulky or burdensome, but it’s downright cute. At the same time, though, it’s just big enough so that you don’t have to edit down your possessions in a restrictive way in order to carry it comfortably. It’s the Goldilocks of handbags–just right.

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And then, of course, we have to talk about this color. Few shades are both vibrant and perfect for year-round use, but the perfect cobalt blue can do it all. That’s exactly what you’ll find with this bag, and the combination of size and color is pretty unbeatable. If you’re worried about durability, don’t; the bag is made of sturdy, subtly textured saffiano leather that resists wear and scratches.

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The Robinson Micro, just like the rest of the bags we’ve revealed this week, is available now at our Bloomingdale’s National Handbag Day Pop-Up Shop. You can make it your own for $435.

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  • Nicole Powell

    So cute.

  • hillary Granger

    I am so excited about the idea of the handbag day. I am about to become a collector, love purses

    http://www.fashionstylemag.com/2014/accessories/handbags/michael-kors-handbags/

  • That bag is ridiculously beautiful!! I already loved Tori Burch but man…that color is so striking. The size and shape look so practical too.

    xo Lana
    http://www.decadentdissonance.com

  • Kimberlini

    I can understand that when you wrote this copy you didn’t have a partner locked in but why wasn’t it edited before posting? All of the fill-in the blank spaces throughout the week were at first confusing, then unprofessional and ultimately shoddy.

  • Kris

    Is it just me or the stitches makes the leather uneven?

    • Aliza Zibkoff

      Yes! The stitch is too tight. Thanks for mentioning it I thought I was just being a noodnick.

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  • Anna

    We love your Tory Burch images on this blog. Can we use these images for our sustainable fashion platform?