The first designer bag I ever owned was Coach. And the second. And the third and the fourth. My mom introduced me to them and I was a (self-proclaimed) Coach girl for probably a solid 5 years or so. And, now I’m back. #Coachgirlforlife! It honestly feels like a dream to be partnering with the iconic brand. In this post, I’m sharing the Coach Rogue bag with pebbled white leather from the Spring 2017 Collection and how I’ll be wearing it all season long.
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My New Coach Rogue Bag
One of my favorite parts of a new season is changing up my accessories. If you’ve been reading for a while you know I love my neutrals and that’s no exception when it comes to my bags or my shoes either! Yes – there are times when I crave a pop of color to my look. But, more often than not, I typically want to add a piece to my closet that I know I’ll get a lot of use out of. Enter the Coach Rogue bag.
When we were in Paris I kept telling my mom that I wanted to find a new tote bag. But, I didn’t see anything I absolutely loved. Then, this opportunity to partner with Coach came up and made my dreams come true. Of course I picked the bag in pebbled white leather; but, it comes in a ton of other finishes. For example, there’s a green suede bag that reminds me of the one I wore here. There’s also a version with floral appliques that is darling and is such a statement piece.
Since I wear a neutral palette though, I figured the white leather one would be the most versatile for my style. And, when it arrived I couldn’t be happier with my choice. It may look somewhat small in the pictures, but the design is clean and there are four pockets in this baby! The center section is also big enough for everything I put in my bag, including my small camera, wallet, makeup, brush and other miscellaneous items.
Having bought many Coach bags in the past, I can tell you the leather stands the test of time and is truly high-quality. With their classic turnlock details and the stitched handles, they’re the definition of accessible luxury.
*This post is sponsored by Coach, and I received compensation for my review. But, as always – all opinions are my own. This post contains affiliate links, which means that if you click on one of the product links or purchase one of the products promoted, I’ll receive a commission.