For women who love and are particular about their fashion sense dearly, it can be arduously difficult to choose between two similar brands.
I see both Tory Burch and Kate Spade on the same pedestal. They’re both fashionable. Stylish. Affordable. And most importantly, good quality.
When it comes to brands, it’s easy for me to stick to a brand that I like. When I buy gadgets, I like to stick with HP.
Sometimes, I go for Dell. But I don’t always choose the two brands at the same time. The same thing with clothing items. Handbags and other necessary daily items I use.
This time around, I want to focus on TB and KS.
If you’ve used either brand before, you probably know you can’t go wrong with any of them.
But budget plays a big role in everything. So, in this article, I’ll like to compare both for you, looking mainly at the price, quality, and the styles from the two.
Why Tony Burch and Kate Spade?
Tory Burch and Kate Spade are two very popular brands among women. When shopping for handbags, it can be hard to choose which brand is best for you.
There are many factors that play a role in choosing your “perfect” handbag, such as how often you will use it, what you plan on using it for, what style of bag you want to buy, etc.
To ensure you’re making the right decision, I’ll like to walk you through some key differences between these two popular brand names and help guide your “handbag decision”.
Tory Burch vs Kate Spade: Differences
First off, the price difference isn’t that great.
Both brands offer bags at all price ranges from “I can’t believe I’m spending this much on a purse!” to “wow this looks expensive!”
Most classic Kate Spade purses will cost around $200-$400, while Tory Burch bags can range anywhere from $300-$1000.
That being said, “the sky is the limit” when it comes to designer handbags and you can spend well over a thousand dollars for Kate Spade and even more than that for Tory Burch.
Just like their price ranges, there isn’t much of a big difference between “classic” styles offered. Both lines offer “totes”, “clutches”, “crossbody”, “satchels”, “shoulder bags”, etc.
Some examples of classic styles are the “Tory bucket bag” vs the “Kate Spade bucket bag”.
The “bucket” name refers to the fact that these handbags will “buckle” at the top of the purse.
They are both “bucket style handbags”. “Satchels” refer to a “shoulder bag”, which is carried on one shoulder with a long handle that rests on the opposite hip or across your chest.
“Crossbody bags” have a single strap that goes over your shoulder, and “clutches” are small evening bags for going out without having to carry around a large purse.