This Harry Potter Clutch Needs To Be Part Of Your Wardrobe

Hogwarts Wallet
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I tell everyone that I received my Hogwarts letter when I was eleven, but I turned down being a witch because I wanted to lead a regular life. Just think of me as the Wizarding World's Hannah Montana. 

Okay, so maybe I did not. But still, a girl can dream. Can't she?

Recently, Think Geek made a Hogwarts Entry Letter wallet that doubles a clutch, and Harry Potter nerds everywhere started to go get the most excited. I mean I know I am. You saw what the intro of this story is. With this wallet, I can now actually have a Hogwarts entry letter. 

The wallet is the cream color of an envelope and made of leather. It zips around the center and can store all of your essentials from too many pennies to credit cards to a spare lip gloss. On the front of the clutch, the Hogwarts insignia is embossed. For extra detail, the makers included a "wax seal" of the crest that is also made of leather. 

On the back, Harry Potter's address from Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone is printed. It is the exact print from what is shown to readers in the book, and even includes "The Cupboard under the Stairs." BRB while I fan girl over this. 

Another pro (not that there are any cons) of this clutch is that it will go with nearly every outfit. Because it has a neutral base color, this Hogwarts inspired fashion accessory has the ability to go with you everywhere. From the beach to the bar to the dinner party to the bookstore, this clutch can do it all. Plus, that means you can show it off to everyone you come in contact with, becoming the envy of your friends, family, and random passersby. 

Whether you identify as a Hufflepuff, Gryffindor, Slytherin, or Ravenclaw, this wallet would be a perfect addition to your accessory collection. There is no doubt in my mind that it will be a staple of your wardrobe for years to come. Let's be honest. Who would want to get rid of such a special item unless it literally burst into flames. Come on, this is not a Howler. 

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