It’s an old habit of mine if I love something I buy as many as I can. In different colours usually, but still. I don’t think it’s a problem, because there are reasons why I spent money on them; 1, it suits me/practical/nice and I see the difference anyway. My husband doesn’t get it, stating he wouldn’t buy the same car in different colours, which is a pretty bad example if you ask me, plus I’m more like a visual person (he’s not that much) and a man after all, so it would be stupid to over-explain.
But luckily I have my nice blog to share my happiness with the ones, who can appreciate what I appreciate, if you know what I mean. Long story short, I’ve kept my eyes on Vestiaire Collective to strike on better deals, as I wanted a red/burgundy bag so badly. I’m not sure what’s happening with me and red lately, but I love it. I’ve always loved it actually, but was a bit scared of wearing, I guess, but now I’m more self-confident (and red is on a huge trend), I pulled the trigger when this deal came up.
I did not just because of my admiration for the colour, but because it’s an early classic piece with the regular hardware and tassels from 2007 (which means it’s chevron instead of agneau) in a pretty good condition, for the fraction of the original price. See it’s a totally different bag, yet it’s soft (oh, my god, so soft), big enough, but not too big, and beyond good for my expectations towards a bag in general.
It’s also a good match with my newest Topshop booties, which, btw, I wore already. Anyway, probably I won’t wear them together in an outfit (that’s why I have the other one :)), but options are always nice, aren’t they?
Here they are, if you’re interested. Here they are with my newest jeans, the black pair from Re/Done and the blue ones from Zara, just to keep up the brands on rotation. 🙂
And now I’ve finished with designer bags for a while, even though they are not new. I wanna love these in the following months and years, along with my other bags. I cheaper (basket) one, from the high street could play later though.
What do you think?