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Where to Buy Cheap Kate Spade

Updated on June 13, 2013

Kate Spade is now what Ralph Lauren was for preppies in the 90s. Granted, Ralph Lauren is still a hot staple, but Kate Spade is fresh and new. If you love Tory Burch, you're definitely a future, die-hard Kate Spade fan. I first learned of Kate Spade through one of my favorite tv shows: Sex and the City. It was the episode when everyone's periods were linked up (besides Samanthas') and Charlotte was borrowing a tampon from Carrie and said "Well it just won't fit in my Kate Spade purse!" and then Samantha said "Kate must have a tiny vagina!". But I digress.

The Kate Spade brand is known for it's structure, fabulous colors and clean and crisp patterns. If you "belong to the Hamptons circuit", are a gossip-girl wannabe, or consider yourself a hot and trendy mom, then you must join in on the Kate Spade phenomenon.

Here I'll tell you about the cheapest ways to buy a Kate Spade handbag. It's tricky, but I certainly DO NOT condone fake handbags, and I believe in the idea of looking chic on a budget!


Find a Kate Spade outlet near you!

One of the best places to find fabulous discounted gems like Kate Spade, are outlets! Kate Spade outlets are located across the country. Here are the official Kate Spade Outlet Locations:

California: Cabazon, Camarillo

Connecticut: Clinton

Delaware: Rehoboth Beach

Florida: Ellenton, Orlando, Sawgrass, St. Augustine

Georgia: Dawsonville

Illinois: Chicago

Maryland: Hagerstown, Queenstown

Massachusetts: Wrentham

Nevada: Las Vegas North, Fashion Outlets of Las Vegas

New Jersey: Jersey Shore

New York: Deer Park, Harriman, Niagra Falls, Riverhead

Ohio: Jeffersonville

Pennsylvania: Philadelphia

South Carolina: North Myrtle Beach

Texas: Houston, San Marcos

Virginia: Leesburg

Vermont: Williamsburg, Manchester

Washington: Seattle


Amazon & Ebay

Amazon and Ebay are fabulous resources for the cash-strapped fashionista. There are advantages to both, but I highly recommend Amazon. The reason I'm EXTREMELY wary of Ebay when it comes to designers, is because a good majority of the name brand items are fake, and while Ebay does try to stop the counterfeit items, they can't keep up. It's difficult to become an expert in finding counterfeit items, because with every designer item, there are numerous things one has to look for.

I recommend buying from Amazon to guarantee that you are getting an authentic Kate Spade bag! One of my favorite things to do is look up a misspelling of an item. That way, if someone listed their item misspelled, it's unlikely to get as many competing visitors compared to the items that are spelled correctly!

Get Kate Spade online!


The CHEAPEST way to buy Kate Spade

I stumbled upon this site a few years back, and it's a life saver. They have "quick turnovers" of Kate Spade items. You will not be sorry you read this article! They sell all kinds of discount Kate Spade items. They carry bags, wallets, and accessories. They sell only authentic items, and they guarantee authenticity!

Bags start at: $69.00

Wallets start at: $26.00

You can't beat these prices. Shop fashfire now!


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      yenajeon 7 years ago from California

      Hi pmccray! I also really like Kate Spade for their wallets. My mom loved the one I got her for Christmas! Thanks for the visit!

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      pmccray 7 years ago from Utah

      These fashion accessories are soo cute. Voted up, marked useful and beautiful. Very well done.

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      yenajeon 7 years ago from California

      @mysisters: I totally didn't think of second hand shops at all. Can you recommend some? I also live far from an outlet. The closest is Chicago!

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      mysisters 7 years ago

      Great Hub. I wish there was a Kate Spade outlet by me! Sometimes you can also find them at reputable 2nd hand stores.