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Fake Snake Is Chic … and Cheap!

Attention all fashionistas: Get yourself to Target and get your hands on a little piece of designer heaven that won’t cost you an arm and a leg … or cost snakes their lives. Just in time for the holiday-party and gift-giving season, Target stores will be carrying a super-cool, ultra-affordable line of fake python handbags by designer Carlos Falchi.

They come in fun colors like plum and teal, as well as the standard neutrals, and they range in size from compact evening clutches to larger bags to fit everything you need for a long day downtown. With prices at $49.99 or less, you can get one of each! These fab fakes are a lot more fun than walking around with the hides of snakes who were skinned alive hanging on your shoulder, if you ask me. It’s so easy to find affordable, nice fakes these days, so there’s really no excuse for buying the real (cruel, dead) thing.

We’d love to hear about other great fakes and where you found them—tell us in the comments!

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  • Angelica says:

    Thank so much Target! for being a role model to other companies!

  • meeri says:

    stop kill exotic animals!!!

  • Stephanie says:

    PETA Business Friend Cherry Berry has some really cute ones too!

    http://www.petamall.com/PLPShop.asp?RecordID=537

  • Emilee says:

    I have a super cute tote that I got at Target. I actually had someone tell me that I couldn’t be a vegan because I had a leather bag. I had to show them the tag because they would not believe it wasn’t real leather. Target is the best for cute animal friendly bags.

  • Diana says:

    Thank you – Target has beautiful handbags that don’t involve taking the lives of God’s creatures. I also found some gorgeous bags that look like leather but are not at Macy’s! In fact, I had to explain to several people who gave me compliments on the “leather” bag that it wasn’t leather and why I bought one that wasn’t.

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