Kate Spade Handbags and Wallets

I'm not waiting until I pick up on that telltale hint of fall. Kate Spade handbags tend to sell out and disappear from the marketplace only to show up on the arms of stunningly dressed females that outpaced me in the competition for the latest in stylish purses and wallets.

Kate Spade - Clinton Street Small Carla (Black) - Bags and Luggage

Last year I had my eye on Kate Spade black patent tote handbag except I couldn't find what I had in mind. I either waited too long and missed out or I dreamed that this bag existed and it was only available in my dreams. Of course, there might have been such a purse in 2006 that was not sold in 2007.

That would not be surprising in the least because when I see a stylish bag that I like, it tends to stay in my mind even if I forget exactly when or where I saw it.
You might ask if a particular purse made such an impression why I wouldn't make a beeline to the store and buy it immediately. The answer to that would be that it's rare that I buy a big ticket item like a Kate Spade handbag and wallet on impulse.

Occasionally, there are high quality Kate Spade knockoffs or imitations for a super cheap price (in comparison) that work fine for everyday use. If there are designer lookalike purses that don't cheat by pasting on a fake designer logo and that are nicely done; who am I to pass them by? Each winter, summer, spring and fall I will pick up one or two of the latest authentic designer purses (no matter how expensive and I have the credit card bills to prove it), cruise through the offerings of Kate Spade handbags, wallets and purses in online auctions.

If it's a bag that I truly love, I'm not too proud to buy a used one in excellent condition if the seller can prove that it's genuine. Fakes are fine, but don't try to slide one by me under the selling price of a real one.