The Perfect Career Girl Handbag

What is the one accessory every successful career girl must have? The perfect shoulder handbag.

The Robert Matthew Natalie Shoulder Tote combines style with functionality, allowing you to carry all of your essentials and simultaneously make a powerful fashion statement.

Price: $189.00

Where to Buy: Robert Matthew

Exclusive MS. Career Girl Discount Code: “MSCAREERGIRL30”

Details: Read below



Another fabulous fact about this purse is that while it is priced at only $189.00, it actually appears much more expensive than it actually is. (Added bonus for you career girls, you can use the MSCAREERGIRL30 discount code to get your own!)

You can also see some of the technical details of the bag below.

  • RM Gold Tone Tag Hardware
  • Animal Friendly pu Leather
  • Handle Drop 7”; Double Handles
  • Detachable Shoulder Strap; Adjustable 28″ – 52″
  • Luxury Pinstriped Polyester Lining
  • Interior: One Back Zip Pocket, Two Open Pockets, Dual Zip Compartment
  • Closure: Top Zip & Magnetic Closure
  • 15″ W x 10″ H x 5″ D
  • Imported

A career girl is only as strong as the tools she carriers, and I can tell this one will be durable and long-lasting, making it a smart investment. I like my fashion accessories to hold their value, and Robert Matthew does not disappoint. If you would like more ideas on valuable tools to have in your professional arsenal, read this.

It’s stylish. It’s functional. It’s vibrant. It’s classic. It’s the perfect career girl handbag!

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Sarah Cueto

Sarah earned her B.S. in Neurobiology, Physiology, and Behavior from UC Davis. She is a resident of sunny San Diego, CA, and is currently working in a Sales & Marketing capacity within the biotech industry. She is focused on her blossoming career, developing her identity as a young professional, and is an avid blogger. Sarah writes regularly about her experiences as a twenty-something woman trying to figure it all out, and in the name of twenty-somethings everywhere, on her blog Twenty-Everything.

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