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1941 Rogue Bag from Coach


Coach was founded in 1941. And this season they are celebrating the move forward by looking back. And there’s a new bag in town.

The Rogue bag has one of those classic appeals that I hope ends up staying in the line. I’ve mentioned before my love for Coach’s leather line (so long as they’re not mimic gimmicks.)

It comes in full leather, suede, and color block mixed with exotic handles and bag tags. And in interesting colors that make you want to simply have one in your closet and your day about the city.


Wear cross body, or with the rolled up handles, it’s an easy go-to bag for those grab and go days. The hardware is in black nickel and it’s just beautiful and urban.


The front and the back of the bag is a pocket in itself, lined in suede (watch out for color transfer!). The middle compartment is a zippered closure lined with textile. The zipper runs all the way to the sides to give you optimal access inside. Features include a zippered inner pocket, hanging pocket patches on the opposite side, and a hanging clasp to hook your items to.


You get two shoulder slings that you can both use or inter lock on the opposite ends. That’s far too excessive in my opinion, but the many ways to wear this bag sounds fantastic.


Sides are piped with leather so watch the corners when you carry this tote around. They are so amazing. Yes we have a powder blue in photos, but did you see the rest of the color blocks in cowhide leather and exotic handles?


If you prefer a full leather one, there’s a bunch of colors to choose from!

There are also the ones that come in suede. And if the earlier photos didn’t do it for you, the ones below did for me (big time!)


Grab yours soon enough, available now online and at all Coach stores.

Images from Coach.


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