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Check Out Fall’s Best Bags in Our Latest Shop-A-Matic

Now that the shows have wrapped and you’ve memorized your favorite spring 2011 accessories from Milan and New York, it’s time to focus again on fall 2010 — and all of the stores currently packed with lust-worthy shoes and bags. We’ve already rounded up the season’s best shoes, so now it’s arm candy time! In our latest Shop-A-Matic, we highlight 130 school-inspired satchels, work-friendly totes, brightly patterned bags, and so much more. Peep at five of our favorites after the jump.

Calling for Rain Bag
Price: $88
Why We Like It: Roomy enough for all of your night out essentials (but not so much that it’s overwhelming), this shoulder bag is a more practical alternative to just as sparkly clutches.

Control Messenger by Burton
Price: $150
Why We Like It: Made in collaboration with Vermont-based, 167-year-old wool maker Johnson Woolen Mills, the on trend plaid messenger is durable enough to protect laptops in wet winter weather.

Charlie Tote by A.Toy
Price: $595
Why We Like It: Only 99 of these unisex tooled leather totes are made each season and this design will be retired afterward, guaranteeing that you’ll have a one-of-a-kind bag.

Dayton Flat Clutch by Tory Burch
Price: $350
Why We Like It: An over-sized clutch is an unexpected choice for daytime wear, but should you tire of slipping the bag under your arm, this one features a removable strap that can be worn cross-body style.

Larry by Jerome Dreyfuss
Price: $735
Why We Like It: The supple suede and eye-catching hue of this investment bag add the perfect pop of color to any outfit.

Check Out Fall’s Best Bags in Our Latest Shop-A-Matic