Kate Spade bags marked down over half-off

Posted: 11 March 2020 1:27 pm
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Lady with bag collections from Kate Spade

Pick up a designer tote for under $200 during this limited-time sale.

Kate Spade launched a surprise sale on its bags — including sought-after large totes.

Right now, you can pick up the brand’s popular Margaux Large Tote — regularly $298 — for $128 on katespade.com. Or get the Jackson Street Kristine tote, regularly $328, for $148. Other totes, backpacks, satchels and crossbody styles are also on sale.

While essentials are reportedly flying off the shelves in stores like Target and Costco, many people are avoiding other brick-and-mortar retailers due to the unease surrounding the coronavirus outbreak. Shopping malls in particular are seeing reduced traffic, according to a poll by Coresight Research.

We could see additional retailers offering sales online to draw customers in the coming weeks.

Shop the Kate Spade sale here before it ends March 17.

What to shop from the Kate Spade sale

Margaux Large Tote

(Orig. $298) $128

Jackson Street Kristine

(Orig. $328) $148

Lake Large Hobo Bag

(Orig. $348) $198

Picture credit: Kate Spade

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