Potential no. 1
This entry was posted on January 10, 2012 by Zorro. It was filed under Daily .
Loove the colour obviously. Unfortunately my back:shoulder problems prohibit anything but the smallest and lightest purse or a backpack. But if you can do it, do it. In the meantime ill keep my eyes open.
January 11, 2012 at 05:52
It’s actually quite chiquita- 20cm by 26cm, so no shoulder pains for me. Wish it didn’t have the gold clasp but I suppose looking like a lady never hurt anyone.
January 11, 2012 at 14:52
It’s a no go, no matter how much I lust after the colour. I saw on another website that it has no zipper or closure on top so items inside are up for grabs. Not cool in public transport/concert/market scenarios. Also if it’s only 20cm across then it will hardly hold my wallet. Saved euro I guess. Still all my purses are vintage and a newbie that could be less of a “what will adequately go with what I’m wearing” would be nice.
January 12, 2012 at 10:04
I’m in the same boat…and have been for months. I also have mostly vintage purses and I need a couple of super classy go-to bags in my wardrobe.
I really really hate teeny bags though. Vancouver has me always toting an umbrella and I frequently keep my kindle with me too and I love my huge blue cobalt mofo of a wallet. I love the posted bag but I really don’t hold with spending money on something that has to be strategically used.
January 14, 2012 at 21:54
It’s the umbrella factor and that I carry my journal with me that strikes it off as a potential. The colour and quality of the leather looks gorgeous though. Too bad.
Love the shape of the first one (“The Ritual”) but it says its big enough to hold a macbook- at 16″ by 12″ those dimensions scare me. But then I do always end up rolling out of the house with the biggest bag I have.
January 16, 2012 at 07:21
I like the clint bag, but I’m not a fan of matt and nat in general….always looks cheap to me. i vote leather.
January 20, 2012 at 22:04
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