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Shop these stunning handbags from Nordstrom’s Half Yearly Sale

As you probably already know, Nordstrom’s Half Yearly Sale began on Wednesday (up to 40 percent off, folks!) — and one of the first places we rushed to on the site was the handbag section. Duh.

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We looked through every single bag that’s marked down and picked our favorite 20, which was not an easy feat. From Zac Posen (those bag silhouettes, though!) and Rebecca Minkoff to Ted Baker and Alexander McQueen, we chose some beauties — if we do say so ourselves. Not to mention, the retailer offers free shipping and free returns — so it really is a no-brainer. You have until June 4. Ready, set, go!

REBECCA MINKOFF

Chase Leather Saddle Bag
Original: $295
Markdown: $176.98



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REBECCA MINKOFF

‘Isobel’ Saddle Bag
Original: $295
Markdown: $176.98



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ZAC ZAC POSEN

Eartha Soft Leather Top Handle Satchel
Original: $550
Markdown: $329.98



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REBECCA MINKOFF

‘Always On Regan’ Tote
Original: $295
Markdown: $176.98



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TORY BURCH

Duet Embellished Leather Shoulder Bag
Original: $575
Markdown: $385.25



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LONGCHAMP

Le Pliage – Heritage Leather Crossbody Bag
Original: $565
Markdown: $338.98



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TED BAKER LONDON

Large Faux Leather Top Handle Satchel
Original: $209
Markdown: $125.40



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RAG BONE

Small Pilot II Leather Backpack
Original: $550
Markdown: $330



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ZAC ZAC POSEN

‘Eartha Iconic Mini’ Top Handle
Original: $295
Markdown: $176.98



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ALEXANDER MCQUEEN

Small Heroine Flower Embroidered Leather Satchel
Original: $1,950
Markdown: $1,169.98



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You need to see Amazon’s new custom wedding shop

It doesn’t seem like there is anything Amazon can’t tackle nowadays when it comes to the e-commerce world. From becoming one of the biggest fashion retailers in the world to offering fresh groceries and recently tapping into the pharmacy market, it is no surprise that the retail giant is now getting their foot in the $300 billion wedding industry.

When Amazon launched their handmade shop featuring products created by artists around the world, it sparked the conversation about competition with Etsy. This week Amazon recently launched a new wedding shop which features a wide range of DIY items including bride and groom accessories, invitations, cake toppers, signs, personalized gifts and so much more. The introductory page states, “explore unique, handcrafted items for your wedding day and all the special events leading up to “I do.”

SEE ALSO: 16 products you need from Amazon’s handmade page

Whether you are planning a wedding of your own or can’t keep up with how many you are attending, shop the best items from Amazon’s new shop in the gallery below just in time for wedding season.

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Hillary Clinton slams Trump’s budget proposal, GOP health care efforts as ‘unimaginable level of cruelty’

Hillary Clinton railed against President Trump’s newly released budget proposal and GOP-led push to repeal and replace Obamacare on Tuesday night, saying the moves symbolize an “unimaginable level of cruelty.”

Addressing a New York audience during her keynote speaker at the Children’s Health Fund Annual Benefit, the Democratic presidential candidate addressed the state of resources for U.S. children — sounding off on what she describes as an “onslaught” against America’s most vulnerable populations.

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“We’ve made progress. I’m proud of that,” addressing But still, more than 31 million children live at or near poverty in our country,” Clinton said. “It’s not someone else’s problem. it’s not someone else’s children. Its America’s problem because these are America’s children.”

Clinton has a history of working with children’s rights advocacy and started her post-law school career with the Children’s Defense Fund.

The former secretary of state did not parse words in commenting on Republican efforts to repeal and replace Obamacare — a health care law that, if repealed, would mean loss of coverage for some 24 million Americans — and the Trump administration’s recent budget proposal that includes cuts to social programs including food stamps and Medicaid.

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“At a time when we are closer than ever to realizing the promise of universal health care, there are still too many children who are left out and left behind, and too many people who are in positions of power who want to set us back,” Clinton stated. “This administration is mounting an onslaught against the needs of children, people with disabilities, women and seniors.”

“Poverty is neither a crime, nor a character flaw,” Clinton continued. “Stigmatize those who let people die, not those who struggle to live.”

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