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Here's Where You Can Buy Meghan Markle's Sleek Top-Handled Bag

While visiting Birmingham, the soon-to-be-royal carried a striking navy blue style.
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Meghan Markle loves a good top-handled handbag. While in Birmingham this morning for International Women's Day, the soon-to-be royal was seen carrying Altuzarra's Ghianda leather bag sans-shoulder strap. She paired the purse with an affordable J.Crew coat, sleek black trousers, and a white turtleneck.


Here's a closer look at the style, which appears to be a dark navy color:

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The black version of the saddle bag, which features gold metal accents, is currently on sale on Matches Fashion for $957, though stock is running low. The purse normally retails for $1,595.

Markle has worn similar styles before, like the caramel-colored Chloé bag she carried at Christmas.


Or the green tasseled style from British brand DeMellier London that she carried in Cardiff.


This story originally appeared on Townandcountrymag.com.
* Minor edits have been made by the Townandcountry.ph editors.

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