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Be A Black Widow, Baby! — Accessories Get Spooky With The Perrin Paris Spun Clutch

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With only a few days left until Halloween, you might be craving a good fright, decorating your home with carved pumpkins, ghouls, zombies, and all ilk of spooky critters that go bump in the night. If you’re embracing your macabre side or are generally just drawn to gothic-flavored fashions, you’ll pounce at the chance to give yourself the ultimate fashion treat: this new tricked-out Perrin Paris clutch, made of black calfskin and featuring intricate laser cut-shapes that together achieve a spiderweb design.

The striking and slightly sinister Perrin Paris Spun clutch ($1500 at PerrinParis.com), available exclusively online, features a glove-like sleeve along the center of the front flap through which to slip your fingers, allowing you to lift the top flap whenever you need to rummage through the interior compartment and, when finished, secure this same flap in place and clasp the bottom edge of the bag. This bag, then, functions as two accessories in one, so that onlookers think you’re wearing a rock ‘n’ roll-flavored fingerless glove and a matching envelope-shaped clutch. But the reality is so much better since, by virtue of the glove detail being attached to the top flap, there’s no possibility of you ever dropping the clutch (or, for that matter, having an eager robber snatch it and run).

Not only does the laser-cut calfskin design make this clutch worthy of a starring role in Iggy Azalea’s “Black Widow” video, but the elegantly eerie piece is further embellished with crystal-studded silver-toned metal spiders created by Noir, one of the coolest fashion jewelry brands in NYC.

The Perrin Paris Spun clutch measures 11″ in length, 4.4″ in height and 2″ in depth — making it perfect for carrying all your essentials. Elvira wishes she could’ve ever flaunted something so glamorous!

 

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