STELLA MCCARTNEY Falabella Studded Faux Suede Shopper Black


STELLA MCCARTNEY Falabella Studded Faux Suede Shopper Black

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We guarantee this is an authentic STELLA MCCARTNEY Falabella Studded Faux Suede Shopper Black or 100% of your money back. This chic tote is crafted of faux black suede that is covered in dark silver smooth studs. The bag is bordered with chunky silver chain links that loop into continuous shoulder straps. The top opens with a magnet to a fabric interior with a faux patent leather zipper trim. This is a marvelous shoulder bag for day or evening wear, from Stella McCartney!

Size: How we measure
Length: 16", Height: 15", Drop: 8"

Item #: 45321

Item Location: Beverly Hills, California

Comes With: Dust Bag

Item Condition: Pre-owned - Very Good

Handle: scratches

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