STELLA MCCARTNEY Faux Crocodile Embossed Beckett Bag Black


STELLA MCCARTNEY Faux Crocodile Embossed Beckett Bag Black

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We guarantee this is an authentic STELLA MCCARTNEY Faux Crocodile Embossed Beckett Bag Black or 100% of your money back. This stylish shoulder bag is crafted of lovely black crocodile embossed leather. This bag features open exterior pockets, an adjustable leather shoulder strap with a gold-tone buckle and a logo plate on the front. The top zips open to a honey-brown suede interior with room for your day or evening essentials with the forward fashion of Stella McCartney!

Measurements: How we measure
Length: 12 in
Width: 4 in
Height: 10 in

Item #: 83684

Item Location: Carlsbad, California

Comes With: dust bag

Designer ID#: SU14

Item Condition: Very Good

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