Looking for some quiet luxury? These 8 leather wallets all cost less than $50
In The Know Commerce Editor
Updated ·1-min read
We’re all in on the quiet luxury look right now, which means adding some quality items to our closet and saying goodbye to fast fashion brands. And to truly nail the aesthetic, a good leather wallet is an absolute must. Plus, a leather wallet will last you for years to come, making it the perfect investment piece.
Luckily, that doesn’t have to be nearly as pricey as it sounds. There are tons of expensive-looking wallets and cardholders at a fraction of what you might expect to pay from brand-names you already know and love like Kate Spade, Coach and even Marc Jacobs. Keep scrolling for our eight favorites, all under $50.
Pebbled leather and a subtle logo give this little card case a subtly sophisticated look. It has the classic card holder shape, with four slots for all your essentials. Besides this bright orange, it comes in six other warm colors and neutrals — perfect for a pop of fun no matter what time of year.
Thanks to Quince’s genius factory-direct model, this classy wallet is priced at 71% less than what you’d pay at most retailers. It's buttery and durable calf leather and has a zipper around three sides to keep everything in place. You can fit all your cards, coins, cash and maybe even a phone inside. The wallet also comes in cognac, stone and black.
If you’d rather quickly throw everything into a little bag than carefully sort your stuff between specific compartments, this soft leather pouch is the way to go. There’s room for all your cards, cash and coins, with a sturdy zipper closure. Toss the pouch in your purse or, for quick errands, use it solo. Get it in basic black or saddle brown.
There’s something about front flap wallets that makes them feel especially luxe. This elegant option has a slight curve to add a hint of style, with a snap closure and tons of pockets and space inside. While the wallet is faux leather, it’ll be tough for you or anyone else to tell the difference. Use it alone as a clutch or as a traditional wallet. Black and dark reddish brown versions are also available.
Compact but roomy, this wallet has a small footprint but will fit everything you need (and some extras, too). Plus, the back features a convenient ID card window. Its textured Saffiano leather is extra durable and water-resistant in a beautiful deep jade hue. For a limited time, the code EXTRA20 will get you an additional 20% off, bringing the total cost to $33.36
This bright red wallet gives off total main character energy in an understated and cool way. It features soft leather, a snap closure, and tons of organizational compartments. There are also solid black and seafoam green versions, plus two in funky multicolor patterns.
Forget subtle neutrals — this cross-grain leather card case is all about bold, bright neons. It’s a no-brainer during the summer, but we’ll also use it through winter. There's nothing like a hit of color during the dark and gloomy months! The slim case has three slots on one side and an ID window on the other for all the cards you can’t go without.
Quilting is the perfect option for those who prefer solid colors but don’t want something totally plain. On this tan leather wallet, stitching creates a cool geometric pattern. A zipper goes around three of its four sides, with another zip pocket and card and cash slots inside.
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