Amazon's Selling a $35 Lookalike of Meghan Markle's Favorite Cuyana Tote

Amazon's Selling a $35 Lookalike of Meghan Markle's Favorite Cuyana Tote

A couple weeks ago, we discovered that Target has a spot-on lookalike for Meghan Markle’s favorite (almost $200) Cuyana tote. So logically, the next step was to scout out an affordable version on Amazon, and yep, we found one! And like the bag at Target, it’s just under $40, so we’re grabbing it in both colors. Psst: Back to the office is approaching, so it’s the perfect time to treat yourself to a brand new work bag— or an upgraded travel tote for summer.

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This chic tote will cost you just $35—that’s $160 less than the real deal! And just like the Target version, it’s reversible so you’re getting double the bag for a fraction of the cost. It’s even made with vegan leather that’s scratch and water resistant, along with being a more eco-conscious accessory choice. The black color transforms into a gorgeous sand color that’s perfect for year-round use. It’s super roomy too so you can fit everything you need for the day—from your laptop to a set of workout clothes (which will come in handy as many of us head back to the office).

You can also snag this beauty in a pretty pink and cream combo for a subtle pop of color.

Naturally, this pink style is selling out fast, so grab it while you can. It’s the perfect shade for summer.

Overbrooke Reversible Tote Bag – Premium Vegan Leather Womens Shoulder Tote

$34.95

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And if you want to shop the OG Markle-approved bag, you can check it out here.

Before you go, check out these chic cookware brands that give Le Creuset a run for its money:

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