The List: The New $15,000 Alligator Tote By Tory Burch: Is it worth it?

Tory Burch has an expensive alligator Tote that is said to be the most expensive bag that the designer has ever made. Named after Tory’s Parents Buddy and Reva Robinson and aptly called Tory Burch Robinson Alligator Tote, the cobalt blue tote is lined with matching leather and yes it retails for $15,000 at the retailer’s website, although there is only one left for purchase (not sure how many were made). The designer states ‘that is a modern classic, the epitome of chic,’ with genuine alligator used to craft this bag and the unique texture alone makes it a versatile statement piece. Although this is an epic move by the designer who is known for her affordable handbags and I can honestly say that I do love the tote (maybe it’s the cobalt blue color), though I am not sure that killing alligators maybe worth it or the price tag for that matter given the reality of the world in which we live in. Moreover, aside from the fact that it is made out of alligator, to me, the bag kinda looks drab and not really unique. I guess for a bag that is worth $15,ooo, I would have expected to see something really different as I am not sure that this bag personifies the “epitome of chic.”  But hey, this is luxurious style to the fullest and so I am left to wonder if the purchase of this Alligator Tote by Tory Burch would truly be worth it?
Tory Burch Alligator Tote



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