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When most folks think of the Y2K aesthetic, a few styles come to mind — and jelly fashion is at the top of the list. Specifically, jelly shoes, sandals and hair accessories were the leading trends during this niche fashion movement.
Now, Coach reimagines the iconic look with its No. 1 best-selling Tabby bag in a new jelly material, and it’s honestly an entire vibe.
Coach Jelly Tabby (available in four colors), $350
The new Coach Jelly Tabby comes in four colors — green, light violet (sold out), flower pink and gold — and has a push-lock closure, a detachable wrist strap and a detachable strap for shoulder or crossbody wear.
The luxury brand, usually known for its premium leatherware, reimagines the structured silhouette of an archival 1970s Coach design with transparent, candy-colored nostalgia. Pair that with Coach’s tonal signature hardware, and you’ll get jelly magic.
The Coach Jelly Tabby is the perfect playful bag choice for day or night, and, despite its transparent construction, it’s incredibly strong and durable. The bag uses material from a supplier of bio-attributed PVC, allowing it to withstand serious wear and tear.
Also, like all Coach bags, the Jelly Tabby‘s quality warrants its premium price.
If you’re looking for the perfect spring and summer bag, this is, hands down, the best one to buy, especially if you don’t mind making a statement.
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