Offers a fashionable look thanks to the vanilla color, MK signature print, and brown leather trim. Comes with a detachable strap and numerous interior pockets.
Larger phones may not fit in the designated pocket. Not real leather, but materials and workmanship is still excellent.
With nicely crafted leather and the MK signature print, it's hard to tell that this wristlet wallet is one of the brand's most affordable options.
The strap feels a bit flimsy compared to the rest of the wallet. Will fit some cell phones, but not larger models.
Stands out for the genuine leather that has a classy pebbled finish. Has ample pockets for cards and cash, and fits most cell phones. Removable strap.
The interior pocket zipper is in an awkward position and tends to come unzipped. The costliest wallet on our list.
The gorgeous leather construction, large MK hardware, and numerous color choices make it a nice option for those who prefer classic looks.
Has fewer interior pockets than others in its class, and won't fit most cell phones. Interior lining is prone to rips. No strap.
Compact and functional with plenty of compartments for cards and cash. Matches well with the MK Crossbody purse and other small purses.
Very small for its large price tag; it’s just a bit larger than a person’s palm.
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You probably pass by people toting Michael Kors bags every day, and it’s also a pretty safe bet that there are wallets of the brand embellished with the famous MK logo inside. This luxury brand is geared toward jetsetters – whether hustling to a work meeting or flying off to explore the world. Michael Kors wallets are beautiful yet functional and classic, so you’re likely to have it for years. Or, you could opt for a more unique snakeskin, metallic, or patterned wallet. The main MK wallet styles: Tech or smartphone holders, coin and card holders, wristlets, slim/trifold wallets, and convertibles that can be used as a large wallet or a clutch. Prices usually fall between $100 and $200.