The New Classic Handbags, in Honor of National Splurge Day

Love them, then let them go on the 2075 version of the RealReal.

ROI as it applies to designer resale can be a tricky game. Will my battered Chanel find a new home? (Probably.) But you know what's always a sure bet? Buying what you love. Here, in honor of National Splurge Day on June 18, a few suggestions that will stand the test of time/the volatile consignment market.

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1

Never gonna give you up.

Staud, $350

BUY IT: staud.clothing.com.

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2

The breakout handbag star of this festival season, but lends strong Daria Werbowy editorial vibes, as well. 

Chloé, $1,450

BUY IT: saksfiftheavenue.com.

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3

So ridiculous, so good. 

Color Temperature, $495

BUY IT: fivestoryny.com.

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4

Great color, sleek design. (Would have put the pink gator skin one, but it's $33,000 😓.) 

Fendi, $3,300

BUY IT: net-a-porter.com.

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5

Can't open Instagram without seeing one of these guys. 

Cult Gaia, $298

BUY IT: cultgaia.com.

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6

The sort of clean, classic bag you could see yourself pulling Twizzlers out of when you're on a rocking chair. 

Gucci, $980

BUY IT: net-a-porter.com.

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7

"It's not just a PHASE, Mom." 

J.W. Anderson, $1,480

BUY IT: net-a-porter.com.

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8

Adult Happy Meal box, now with a tortoise handle. 

Simon Miller, $590

BUY IT: modaoperandi.com.

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9

To proclaim that you're a real lady who makes enough to buy her own bags that look like they came straight out of a cartoon. 

Mansur Gavriel, $895

BUY IT: mansurgavriel.com.

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10

The best things in life are shaped like croissants (the curved, all-butter kind, none of that straight rubbish). 

The Row, $990

BUY IT: barneys.com.

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