Spoke to a lady…I don’t know her well, but I know her to be forthright and authentic. I asked her about her bag – I’m interested…very interested.
- doesn’t require delicate handling
- longevity beyond belief [hers needed a small repair but the outside was impeccable]
- goes with everything
- ‘one you go LV, there’s no going back’
I can’t imagine not wanting another bag – but what I do feel lately, is buried by stuff that works well, but not universally. I’m grateful for each bag – and while I am much for discriminating about my bags…there are still some brands that have bags that would fill
needs wants! Given that nice bags render ‘average’ bags a non-temptation…what then would an LV do?
I plan to have a care, save to pay cash for it, and be really sure it’s a good choice…and if it is a good choice, be very sure I select the right shape. I don’t like hobo bags, huge sack looking bags, unstructured bags, etc. I pretty much only like structured bags with relative ease of getting things in and out of it.
One bag to end the bag switching…would I get bored? Would I donate some of my bags [Ma and Infant would take them all LOL]? Would it really deliver on ensuring lesser bags are no longer tempting?
They aren’t easily available locally, so I’m in no rush…but it is a thought…one bag…does it even have to be an LV…I also like the structured bags by Fendi, YSL, and Chanel. Maybe Gucci…but to a lesser degree [it’s the belt that I like there].
Can’t get to fat or thin for a purse! Purse bear less wear and tear than footwear.
Note to self -> think through the following, soberly:
- Is it good enough for years?
- Will I get bored?
- Is this wise?
- Saving will divest me of most of the guilt and purchase insecurity… 🙂
- What am I willing to forgo to purchase this bag?