Fashion is at its best when it’s both fun and functional. A purse, while handy, doesn't have to be confined to a rectangle or square—it has way more design possibilities than that. As Kate Spade proves, you can inject some whimsy into your wardrobe while looking elegant at the same time. The luxury designer has created a T.rex dinosaur purse that’s clad in a light pink leather and adorned with gold-plated hardware and a cross-body chain.
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