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Final hours: Score a Coach purse for less than $100 through tonight at Coach Outlet Online

Coach purses are under $100 at Coach Outlet right now.

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If you didn’t scoop up some new fall fashion during all the epic Labor Day sales, don’t fret, because there are still plenty of deals to be found at our favorite retailers. Case in point: Coach Outlet extended its holiday sale, which means that with promo code EXTRA15, you’ll save an extra 15% off top-rated finds that have already been marked down up to 70% off—that means you can score a Coach purse for less than a hundred bucks right now.

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To take advantage of these incredibly low prices, you’ll want to shop soon, because the sale only runs through today, September 8. Don’t worry, we’ve gone ahead and scoured the offerings to find the best of the best up for grabs online. For example, the adorable Dempsey Shoulder Bag With Patch—which was marked down from its original $298 selling price to $104.30 with a 65% discount—is now just $88.65 with code EXTRA15. That’s an 85% discount on a chic, refined pebble leather purse that can be worn as a crossbody or shoulder bag thanks to a detachable handle and a detachable strap.

Reviewers love this Coach bag, which is down to just $88.

Also just $88.65 at an incredible 85% markdown is the Lyla Crossbody In Signature Canvas, featuring the brand’s classic logo printed in a gold/light khaki color scheme. This canvas-print crossbody includes leather detailing and a luxe fabric lining, a roomy inner pocket, two credit card slots, a center slip compartment and a double zip closure for extra protection of your essentials. The versatile detachable strap lends itself to shoulder or crossbody wear, as well. It’s clear why one recent five-star shopper called this the “perfect grab and go bag.” 

Scroll through to see our favorites from the sale, and as an added bonus, all orders receive free standard shipping.

Crossbody bags

This chic crossbody is just $97 at Coach Outlet.
  • Get the Mini Serena Crossbody for $77.52 (Save $150.48)
  • Get the Lyla Crossbody In Signature Canvas for $88.65 (Save $209.35)
  • Get the Anna Foldover Crossbody Clutch for $96.90 (Save $131.10)
  • Get the Ellen Crossbody for $97.58 (Save $230.42)
  • Get the Jes Crossbody With Horse and Carriage for $97.58 (Save $230.42)
  • Get the Court Crossbody In Signature Canvas With Vintage Rose Print for $97.58 (Save $230.42)

Satchels, shoulder bags and totes

This tote is just $94 at Coach Outlet.
  • Get the Dempsey Shoulder Bag With Patch for $88.65 (Save $209.35)
  • Get the Zip Top Tote for $94.52 (Save $183.48)
  • Get the Horse And Carriage Tote 27 With Horse And Carriage Dot Print for $97.58 (Save $230.42)
  • Get the Rowan Satchel for $97.58 (Save $230.42)
  • Get the Prairie Satchel for $97.58 (Save $230.42)
  • Get the Mini Avenue Carryall for $97.58 (Save $230.42)

Wallets and wristlets

Coach wristlets are as low as $25 at Coach Outlet right now.
  • Get the Corner Zip Wristlet for $24.65 (Save $53.35)
  • Get the Double Corner Zip Wristlet In Signature Canvas for $33.32 (Save $64.68)
  • Get the Mini Wallet On A Chain In Signature Canvas for $43.52 (Save $84.48)
  • Get the Slim Billfold Wallet for $44.62 (Save $105.38)
  • Get the Snap Wallet In Colorblock for $49.98 (Save $118.02)
  • Get the Coach X Jean Michel Basquiat Corner Zip Wristlet In Signature Canvas for $49.98 (Save $48.02)
  • Get the Medium ID Zip Wallet for $55.93 (Save $132.07)


Zabar's, Serendipity 3 and The Eagle all got shout-outs (and the merch treatment) in Stuart Vevers' latest outing for the brand.

Coach Spring 2022

When Fashionista interviewed Stuart Vevers earlier this year, he talked about how, after he graduated from fashion school, he desperately wanted to move from the U.K., where he had grown up and spent his whole life, to New York City. 

"It was the late '90s and there was a real buzz about city. There's always a buzz about New York, but then in particular, there was something very much happening, especially in fashion," he told us. 

That's how Vevers found his way to his first job at Calvin Klein. Years later, having climbed the ranks and led the creative trajectory of some of the world's biggest luxury houses, he's found himself shaping the vision of one of the city's most iconic fashion exports: Coach. Naturally, New York has been a constant muse. 

One can imagine that Vevers filled his mood board with images — or caricatures — of New York City in the '90s, as evidenced by the colorful houndstooth prints, cropped sleeve ponchos, pleated mini skirts and denim vests (bonus points if the latter is paired with flared jeans). This isn't nostalgia dressing, though: The designer updates these silhouettes with sharp, clean cuts and tailoring, rich colors and textures and slick accessories for a modern sensibility. Still, there's room for playfulness, like with the cartoon-ified trompe l'oeil knits mimicking button-front cardigans and crewnecks bearing a logo for "Coach Video" (not to mention the "Coach TV: Public Access" programming starring Chaka Khan, Megan Thee Stallion, Rickey Thompson and more that opened the show). 

Vevers frequently cites the brand's heritage, too, as a source of inspiration. This time, he specifically calls out the Bonnie Cashin era and its "colorful, upbeat optimism" as informing the tone of Spring 2022: "It's a collection I designed in response to the times we are living through — and a collective wish for a better, brighter future," he wrote. Some vintage outerwear by Cashin was also shown on the runway, styled with the new spring pieces.

Coach's latest also pays tribute to the city it calls home by calling out some of New York City's most iconic establishments in the product: There's "tourist" merch for the Brooklyn Bridge, the subway and the now-defunct Pearl Paint, as well as tees and bags advertising Zabar's, The Eagle, Central Park and Serendipity 3. (As an aside, Serendipity 3 is having quite the moment this fashion week — Batsheva hosted its presentation at the Upper East Side café known for its frozen hot chocolate, too. Who's doing their PR?) Don't be surprised if those go quick when the collection eventually arrives in stores.


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