Coach has consistently been recognised for their handbags and as the Coach Tabby collection continues to soar in popularity, we thought we would take a close look at details, differences, unpacking and all of your unanswered questions.
The Coach Tabby family is literally the in-demand shoulder bag collection that everyone is talking about. Offering an affordable but luxury bag that is completely on trend the collection continues to fulfil our style needs.
The Tabby silhouette actually dates back to an archival 1970s design that Coach Creative Director Stuart Vevers reinvented. The initial Tabby which was the first in the collection is a very classic silhouette, forever style which provides a modern but sophisticated shoulder bag that can alternatively be worn as a cross-body bag.
It was followed by Coach’s Pillow Tabby, the squishy, softer version which broke the internet, as every influencer picked it up in their preferred colour. This is also in a mini style which has been equally popular.
Now we have the Coach Pillow Tabby in shearling which we predict will follow in the same footsteps. Inspired by their extensive archive this bag is the perfect combination of Coach’s heritage design and Y2K nostalgia.
The Different Tabby styles
Looking at sizes and the differences, here we cover the different styles in the collection. Watch our video for a closer look at the details of the full Coach Tabby collection.
The Coach Tabby
It comes in black, chalk, saddle, taupe and red pebbled leather. It has two detachable straps and it has two inside pockets.
The dimensions of this bag are; H: 15cm x W: 26cm x D: 7.5cm. Handle Drop: 17cm. Strap Drop: 56cm.
It also comes which a two-tone effect style, which has the classic C monogram on it. This comes in black and tan, Ivory and brown and tan which is a smoother leather-coated style.