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Kate Spade launches Saturday, lower-priced sister label
Yes, it's Wednesday, but Kate Spade has us dreaming of the weekend more than ever on this early-spring "hump day."
The hotter than ever brand launched their new sister label Wednesday morning, named after everyone's favorite day of the week -- Saturday, of course.
Fashionistas who love the classic New York style of Kate Spade but can't spend $400 on a dress or handbag are rejoicing all over the world as they shop the modern, All-American looks for less.
Saturday opened stores in Tokyo earlier in March, but it is now available to U.S. customers at Saturday.com.
You'll find an array of shift and fit-and-flare dresses for $130-180, printed pants and rompers for $130-150, bright satchels, totes and weekender bags for $40-$180, sunny sneakers for $65 and necklaces and earrings for $20-$45. They also have mugs ($10), teapots ($45), pillow covers ($25) and tech accessories ($25-70).
We're loving the primary color scheme and chic black and white combos, along with the graphic and abstract prints.
Which looks are your favorites? We've gathered some for you to browse.
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