Once upon a time, when I got my first paycheck, I took my credit card for an excursion to Louis Vuitton. About thirty minutes later, I walked out with the most inexpensive purse in the store. On the cab ride home, I was overcome with guilt. Had I actually spent that much money on a purse?
A short 24 hours later, I could breathe again. It didn’t take much time for me to start wearing my bag like a badge of honour, it signified freedom and independence – sans the guilt. I have loved handbags ever since, in fact they make me slightly giddy.
What’s to love about handbags:
Class quotient. I noticed that no matter what I wore, my nifty LV would always class it up, even if in a T-shirt and jeans. Accessories have the ability to turn up the volume on any look you sport, maybe even athleisure - I cringe as I say that. You need not have a designer bag to do this, just something unique that is true to you.
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