The handbags loved by Priyanka Chopra and Kristen Bell (that once had a 10,000-person waitlist) are on sale for up to 50% off

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While you might not be shopping for a new work bag to take into the office, we’re totally here for using chic bags for everyday errands.

Designed to end your search for the perfect luxury handbag, Senreve’s bags are meant for work and play, and they’re hand-crafted in Tuscany, which is why dozens of celebrities keep sporting the brand.

Stars like Priyanka Chopra, Kristen Bell, Sophia Bush, Gabrielle Union, Anna Kendrick, Jessica Alba, Whitney Port and more, have been spotted carrying Senreve bags, especially when it comes to everyday outings.

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The brand has become such a cult-favorite that the Aria Belt Bag recently racked up a 1,500-person waitlist, and the brand has had more than 10,000 people on a waitlist at one time, according to Senreve’s public relations representative.

Luckily for you, Senreve is hosting its biannual Handbag Revival sale, which has gently used bags for up to 50 percent off. 

While this limited-time sale goes on until May 3, styles are already selling out fast with dozens of bags already sold out.

While you might be hesitant to shop for gently used handbags, keep in mind these styles available have been used during photo shoots or in showrooms and only have slight imperfections. 

And unlike some fashion brands that infamously burn what they can’t sell, Senreve will never burn an “imperfect” bag and instead are giving them a new life. You can shop the bags on two different scales, including Almost Perfect and Perfect Enough.

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Not only are these bags becoming a staple for celebs and normal folks alike, but the brand’s mission is one we can all relate to.

As rising female professionals, the founders Coral Chung and Wendy Wen couldn’t find designer bags to fit their busy working lifestyles, so they set out on creating their own.

For the moments in life where you feel like you’re “doing it all,” Senreve’s handbags are the perfect on-the-go accessory. The name Senreve was actually inspired by “the women who do it all.” The name itself was derived from the French words for “sense” and “dream.”

Not only were Senreve’s bags designed with professionals in mind, but the brand is also committed to sustainability. The company’s leather materials “come from ethical suppliers in Italy as a byproduct of food production or recycled leather, never from animals solely used for their hides,” according to the Senreve’s sustainability section on its site.

While you might be working from home and traveling less right now, there’s always a need for a quality handbag.

Below are some of the best bags still in stock during Senreve’s Handbag Rival event, but be sure to shop fast because these styles won’t be in stock for long. Pro tip: Certain colors might have better discounts than others, so be on the lookout as you shop!

1. Almost Perfect Crossbody in Mimosa Storm, $460 (Orig. $575)

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2. Perfect Enough Coda Belt Bag in Smooth Latte, $312 (Orig. $445)

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3. Perfect Enough Maestra Bag in Pebbled Coral, $647 (Orig. $895)

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4. Perfect Enough Midi Maestra in Mimosa Pilot, $656 (Orig. $875)

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5. Almost Perfect Aria Belt Bag in Aubergine, $356 (Orig. $445)

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