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Marcus Kirby
by Published on September 13, 2019

It wouldn't be fashion month without a new Staud It bag, am I right? As a testament to the popularity of the latest one, Kendall Jenner took to the streets of New York carrying a Staud Moon Bag, the latest in the brand's growing lineup of unique yet wearable It bags. And in keeping with past It bags, this one comes in starting at $295 for the smaller size like Jenner's and $395 for the larger size. And as you know, Jenner can afford to carry a bag that's seven times the price.

Jenner isn't the only It girl we've seen toting the structured circular shoulder bag, either. It was a mainstay among the crowd at Staud's runway show earlier this week, and Instagram has been flooded with it as of late. It's truly the perfect size to carry your phone, keys, wallet, sunglasses, and even a snack (important), and it will look as chic with your fall outfits as it does with your late-summer looks. 

Keep scrolling for Staud Moon Bag content and to shop it for yourself (which is highly recommended).

On Kendall Jenner: Alain Mikli sunglasses; Ports 1961 dress; Staud Moon Bag ($325)

Opening Image: Jackson Lee/GC Images

Next, 27 fall bags you won't believe are under $150.

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