Cordia tote from Oscar de la Renta

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Happy New Year!

The best way to kick off the new year is with a new bag!  cordiapythonside.jpgFor our classic snobs, there is nothing better than the matte python Cordia tote from Oscar de la Renta in a most delectable cafe au lait color– its sleek lines are reminiscent of modern architecture yet the structured design doesn’t hinder from its functionality.  The tote is cut and stitched in such a way that allows it to retain its shape but is still soft and comfy to carry.     

We saw the sample last September at Oscar’s studio; he asked us to play with it so we stuffed our things inside and pranced around swinging it from our shoulders.  The slim elongated handles were a major bonus for Kel (not many totes fit over her broad shoulders).  I love the discreet exterior pocket, as you all know– I am all about easy access to cell and keys.  It’s also super lightweight due to the supple matte python plus the center compartment is detachable!  You can choose to have a big open tote or one that has multiple compartments.  Me, I like to be organized but it’s nice to have that option. 

The Cordia tote in matte python is 15.5″x9.5″ (will fit laptop, we tested ours in it) at Oscar de la Renta for $2,950.  Or call Mindy to order at 214-346-0400.

7 thoughts on “Cordia tote from Oscar de la Renta

  1. I absolutely love the color on this bag and the functionality. It’s a great snob choice.

  2. Gorgeous choice! This is a lovely bag and the color is something one could carry with everything. Snob!

  3. You guys have a real soft spot for Oscar de la Renta..

  4. Evelyn Murray on said:

    I could sure use the lovely bag.

    Thanks

  5. I am not feeling this bag. Personally, it’s too structured for my taste.

  6. Mrs. Robinson on said:

    I love this bag. Great color, design, very classic.

  7. Great post for us artists, thank you for posting it! Cheers!

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