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The Post- designers apparently want us to go "back to school" fashionably and affordably—aren't we the lucky ones? Right now, you can scoop up one of their Post-Industrial change purses (I use mine for jewelry), clutches, work totes, or duffle bags at 30 percent off!

The bags are made of 500-denier Cordura nylon (tough stuff) and gorgeous Italian leather studded with heavy-metal rivets. I can say for a fact that these bags can be taken anywhere—a night on the town, an important meeting, or a weekend away, and they'll stand up to it all, while making a great impression. Plus, they're designed and made totally locally, which is always a huge benefit.

Bonus: a free gift with purchase you'll actually use—a hand-painted box filled with heart-shaped soaps, all wrapped up in pretty ribbon.

Sale runs now through September 1. Find 'em here.

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