Designer Double: Topshop’s 3.1 Phillip Lim Pashli Style Bag


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It’s become an iconic bag, everyone’s carrying it, being photographed with it and it seems as though bloggers the world over are coveting it; it’s the 3.1 Phillip Lim Pashli Satchel. In the classic black, the bag has graced the arms of too many incredible fashion-forward women for me to count, and now you could get your hands on a brilliant look-a-like, for under £50.

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This bag, although stunning, with it’s trademark ‘winged’ sides and lock front, comes in at around the £800-£900 mark depending on the retailer. Add to this the fact that it’s almost impossible to get your hands on, being sold out almost everywhere, there really is a need for a high street hero to release something to save the day.

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Topshop have gone all out with this gorgeous £45 alternative. It is almost identical at first glance, and even your most fashion conscious friends aren’t going to spot the difference. This pay-day treat is unbelievably well-priced, and a world away from the £800+ that the original comes in at. Big enough for all your day to day essentials and in a classic colour that goes with everything, can you afford to say no to this piece of arm candy?

That’s it for today’s designer double post, I hope you enjoyed it! Let me know if you plan on picking up this great bargain, or if you’ve spotted any other great designer doubles lately by leaving me a comment below or tweeting me @MillieDelacoe. Until next time…

Millie x

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