This unique little piece ($121.05 at this Etsy shop) comes in a rainbow of hues: green, red, orange, yellow, blue and white, and black. At about nine inches long, four inches high and an inch long, it won't fit a ton of stuff, but it's a fun playful little tote to carry if you're going out. What girl doesn't need a small, classic clutch? And hey, it's made out of Lego, so it's definitely a conversation piece. [Geek Sugar
Hit The Town With A Purse Made Out Of Lego
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