Patterson Leather Penelope

$216.00 - $223.50
  • Wine 3 payments of $72.00 with
  • Black 3 payments of $74.50 with
  • Azure 3 payments of $72.00 with
  • Caribbean Blue 3 payments of $72.00 with
  • Calypso 3 payments of $72.00 with
  • Midnight Blue 3 payments of $72.00 with
  • White 3 payments of $72.00 with
  • Taupe 3 payments of $72.00 with
  • Oyster 3 payments of $72.00 with
  • Grey 3 payments of $72.00 with
  • Red 3 payments of $72.00 with
  • Bone 3 payments of $72.00 with
  • Dandelion 3 payments of $72.00 with
  • Jade 3 payments of $72.00 with

Color: Black

Style #: BPTSN0776BLBS

$223.50 $288.00
Patterson Leather Penelope
$223.50 $288.00
Availability: In Stock
Expected Ship Date:
3 payments of $74.50 with

First introduced in November 2016 for $288.00

First introduced in November 2016 for $288.00
  • Designer Notes

    The chic silhouette of our Penelope bag gives it a style all its own. Bright pebbled leather, biscuit tan trim and silver Palladium hardware create a fresh take on a classic Dooney look. Oversized buckles and grommets on the handles are both fun and practical. Add a Penelope to your wardrobe and prepare to turn heads wherever you go.

  • Product Details

    Two inside pockets. One inside zip pocket. Cell phone pocket. Inside key hook. Handle drop length 10". Zipper closure. Lined. Feet.

    Approximately measures H 9.75" x W 6" x L 10" and weighs 2lbs 2oz.

    Measurement Guide
  • Care & Cleaning

    The pebble grain leather used in the Patterson Collection is treated to repel water.

    This leather can usually be cleaned with the use of a soft cotton cloth slightly dampened with distilled water (sodium-free seltzer water may be substituted) and a mild bar soap, applied in a gentle circular motion. Repeat with distilled water only to ensure no residual soap remains. The leather should then be allowed to dry completely.

    No creams, polishes, cleansers, or leather conditioning agents should be applied to any portion of the leather. The leather trim will characteristically darken over time with use and with exposure to light.