If you're looking to score a sweet new bag or wallet — and a few for the fashionistas on your Nice List, too — now is the perfect time! That's because the extended Black Friday sale at Kate Spade Outlet is still keeping it 100 with amazing deals, like a wallet and tote bundle valued at $538 on sale for $109 (OMG) and a cute and convenient crossbody down to $60 (from $259). You can score up to 80% off dozens of sale styles for Black Friday weekend now, with some items even offering savings on top of savings when you to add in the code CYBER25. Plus, today you'll recieve a FREE canvas tote when you spend $150+!
This bundle is only available for a short time, so be sure to snap up the savings while you can. And the savings aren't just big, they're huge — we're talking $429 off huge. For only $109 you'll get both the Dana Tote and the Dana Large Slim Bifold Wallet, which you can pair in the same color — either Enchanted Green, Black or Rose Smoke, with an additional option for the tote in Platinum Grey. Of the tote, one shopper wrote that it's "so practical, lots of space and cute at the same time."
We had to do a double take when we realized this wallet is on sale for just $45, thanks to an additional 25% off from the CYBER25 promo code. That's nearly 80% off! It'll hold just about anything you might need to store — cards, cash, coupons, clippings — without weighing you down. A Kate Spade fan called the construction of the pebble leather "soft and wonderful," and added that "everything I need to carry fits in this wallet."
A smaller version of a classic tote, the Jett (in jett black, of course) will stow anything you need for your day. It has enough space for your essentials (keys, wallet, phone) as well as a few extras (Kindle, mini notebook, travel makeup kit). We especially love the faux shearling trim detail for the winter months.
Mini backpacks are super trendy as an alternative to the classic purse, and this lovely pebbled leather option offers multiple interior and exterior pockets to help organize your essentials in style. And the fact that it's more than $300 (!!) off is just icing on the cake. We're smitten with the eye-catching Deep Jade shade, but there's also sleek black and yummy Warm Gingerbread to consider, too. "The size is very convenient and it looks great with almost everything," noted a happy customer.
If you need a smaller bag that offers both fashion and function, the Staci crossbody is for you — and it's $200 off (truly). With a dual zip and multiple compartments — four credit card sleeves in the interior, two larger compartments on the exterior — you'll have a place for everything, to keep everything in its place. "It's the perfect size to hold my phone and keys," shared a Kate Spade Outlet shopper. "There's also slots to put my ID and credit cards and a zippered pocket for cash."
Along with mini backpacks, belt bags are having their own big fashion moment. Handy yet elegant, it ensures that your most important items will be carried close for safety. "This belt bag is super cute and functional. It goes well with many outfits and it's pretty spacious without feeling bulky," said a thoughtful reviewer, adding about the 31-inch strap: "The only thing is it's not quite a 'belt bag' because you can't use it around your waist. You have to wear it crossbody but not a deal breaker for me."
Stylish and sporty, the Rosie crossbody will get you where you need to go with all your necessities right in tow. You'll be able to fit your phone, wallet, lip balm and more without fuss, with a secure zipper at the top so nothing slips out when not on your watch. All five colors are on sale for $105, but you can't go wrong with classic army green. "I really love this bag," gushed a 5-star fan. "It's small but big enough for everyday use. I have everything I need in it and more. The color and quality — wow. I have tried other bags and nothing worked like this one."
This trim crossbody, more than a ridiculous 80% off right now, is a fabulous choice for an upcoming late-fall/holiday season wedding. You can fit your cards, cash, phone and a few extras, and you'll look great doing it. "I use it for concerts and sporting events when you only need to carry minimal items," shared a Kate Spade shopper.
Nearly 80% off, this wallet is large and in charge, ideal for anyone who finds themselves loaded with a ton of cards, coupons and receipts that need to be toted around. It packs in multiple card slots, billfold compartments and zip pockets to keep even the littlest random scraps of paper organized. Choose from five colors; we particularly love the pastel-pretty Quartz Pink option. "I store a lot of other stuff with it in my purse and even with my hectic life it has no scratches or wear marks anywhere," revealed a fan.
It's the season to sparkle, so shimmer the night away with this gorgeous glittery satchel that's an unreal 80% off. It's on sale in four colors including black, pink, and gold, but we think you'll concur that the silver is absolutely gorge. You'll be prepared with anything you need, no matter what the holiday season throws at you. Utilize the long strap or pair of handles to carry it how you'd like. One reviewer raved: "I was overwhelmed at the truly STUNNING color of the Festive Teal satchel. The color is vibrant, the glitter is gorgeous and I am IN LOVE with this bag. A definite must-have during the holiday season." We couldn't agree more!
For all those getaways, you'll need a dependable weekend bag that will pack everything you need and look great during the trip. The Chelsea Weekender — over $290 off right now — is here to answer that call, with tons of space for your overnight necessities and plenty of ways to organize, thanks to multiple interior and exterior pockets and compartments. With both a drop strap and durable handles, you'll easily be able to keep all your packables right at hand.
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A deaf dog who "hasn't seen much of the outside world" has been learning to understand sign language as he awaits a forever family to take him home. Gromit has been in the care of the Scottish SPCA for 142 days. The animal welfare charity said there's been "very little interest" in the young bulldog cross so is appealing for a loving owner to help Gromit "navigate his way through life".
A British couple who fell in love with two stray dogs in Bali are now trying to bring them home - but need £5k. James Mangan, 25, and girlfriend Chloe McPartland, 20, took the dogs in after finding them on the street. They've since grown to love the cute pooches - and want to take them back to Liverpool. But there's costs involved - so the pair are now trying to raise the appropriate funds. James and Chloe claim the puppies were neglected and malnourished, and would live a better life in Britain. And there's also the possibility the animals, known as 'Bali Dogs', may be used as food. Although the sale of dog meat is technically banned, the trade persists. James, who works in accountancy, said: "We've unintentionally got attached to the dogs and we won’t just leave them. "There's no hope for them here - they wouldn’t survive on the streets, and all the rescues are full. "When we can get them back to the UK we'll take them to the countryside on long walks - they'll have the best life. "We never planned this but it just happened and now we can't leave them." Chloe added: "We didn't have much choice, we could take them with us or go back on the street and we just couldn't do that." James and Chloe first met the pups, who they affectionately named who they named Nasi Goreng and Mie Goreng, after Indonesia's popular dishes, in August. They were stood on the street outside the accommodation where the couple have now been staying for the past three months, and James and Chloe would stroke the dogs every time they saw them. The dogs would allow the couple to touch them and would playfully chase their scooter. They even learnt the vehicle's specific motor sound so the pups would wait outside the accommodation when they could hear James and Chloe driving nearby. The couple began feeding the dogs and eventually brought them into their home, and quickly fell in love with them. James said: "It's overrun with dogs here and people don't have the same attitude to them as they do in the UK. "We witnessed people abuse them and kick them, and the dog meat trade is still a thing in Bali so it's very dangerous for them." The couple tried to find someone in Bali to adopt them - but with so many dogs around already, nobody wanted them. They decided "there's no way we can just leave them" and looked into bringing them back to the UK with them to become their pets back in Liverpool. They realised it would cost more than £6,000 to do that - and started a fundraiser after realising they couldn't generate that much alone. They're asking for £5,000 to be raised in donations and have agreed to pay anything over and above that themselves. James said: "We've been so stressed out about all this - that number doesn't cover our costs, but we wouldn't ask people to pay for those. "I don’t think there’s a scenario where we’d have to leave Nasi Goreng and Mie Goreng here - we’ll exhaust every possibility. "In Bali there's no parks and the conditions are bad for dogs. "We want to bring them home and take them to the countryside, on long walks all the time. "They have so much energy, they'd love it. "Chloe keeps showing me these TikToks of toys they would love - they don't have many dog toys here. "They're the happiest pups in the world - we want to give them their dream life." Their GoFundMe is: https://www.gofundme.com/f/Help-Save-These-2-Bali-Puppies.
An adorable 2-year-old girl in Gresham, Oregon, stepped out of her comfort zone by attempting to befriend her neighbors’ cat.Video recorded by Kristin Zimmerman shows her daughter, Dawsy, build up the courage to approach the cat and say hi.Getting no response, Dawsy then tries out a more relatable “meow”, which prompts the cat to turn towards her. Caught off gaurd by the attenton, Dawsy then decides she’s actually more of a dog person and runs away.This amused Zimmerman, who shared the video to Instagram with the caption: “When deep down you’re more of a dog person but mama taught you to be nice to your neighbors.” Credit: Kristin Zimmerman via Storyful
During a visit to a garden museum in Lambeth, south London, the Queen shook hands with three-year-old Max using his toy dinosaur. The little boy had a few moments of playful tug-of-war with Queen Camilla, before she let go with a laugh. Among the guests at the event to mark Winter Flowers Week were TV gardener Alan Titchmarsh, president of the Garden Museum, and Shane Connolly, florist for the Queen's wedding to Charles in 2005, who also created one of the designs for the new exhibition.