Friday 1 April 2016

OOTD - Louis Vuitton Monogrammed Alma

Although I've flipped-flopped on my stance on designer handbags, I think my mind has been made up: I'm a fan. Even though my collection is petite, I'm always looking for ways to add handbags without breaking the bank.  I spoke about online luxury consignment store Love That Bag in a previous post and am still loving then as a great resource to grow your luxury bag collection.  This Louis Vuitton Alma looks brand new (seriously, I had to do a double take) and comes with the original dust bag and authenticity cards.  I'm also loving the monogrammed print of the bag, which is so on-trend at the moment. What I appreciate most about Love That Bag is that their prices are all in Canadian dollars - and no duties, which is a huge relief!  My USA friends also benefit from this though, since the Canadian dollar is so weak compared the that of the US so you can get a gorgeous pre-loved designer bag at an absolute steal!  Designer handbags are definitely a guilty pleasure, but if there's a way to save money while growing your collection then I'm a happy camper!

Bag - Love That Bag (loaned - it's currently available!), Jeans - DIY
Shirt - Aritzia, Blazer - Dynamite, Shoes - Marshall's

What do you guys think?  Do you also love designer handbags?  Have you ever tried growing your luxury collection with pre-loved bags?  Let me know!

xo Joëlle


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