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Buy These Wrongly Labeled Baggu Bags Before the Mistake Is Fixed

These bags are not, in fact, made by 7 for All Mankind.

Your intrepid deals reporters were sniffing around the sales section at Orchard Mile when we were stopped in our tracks: “Wait, designer-denim pioneer 7 for All Mankind is making Baggu-esque bags these days? How curious!” But when we zoomed in to inspect said bags, we discovered that these are not in fact 7 for All Mankind bags, but actual Baggu bags that had been mislabeled on the site. (Our theory is that these are special colors that were made exclusively for 7, because we can’t find these exact colors on the Baggu site.) We were thrilled — a mislabeled product is a deal-sniffer’s best friend — and are now very pleased to share our findings with you: These three very spring-appropriate Baggus — two leather cross-body bags, one very Mother’s Day gift-y makeup pouch — are on sale. Update: The bags we found last week sold out; but we noticed that three new (and on sale) 7 for All Mankind Baggus were added to Orchard Mile this week. Enjoy!

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Buy These Wrongly Labeled Baggus Before the Mistake Is Fixed