tumblr_mw9yfwQIqY1rsuch2o1_500I’m not a huge Louis Vuitton fan (i.e. I don’t own a single thing L.V.), but lately I’ve been liking the idea of the monogram pieces worn in a casual (but not yoga-pants casual) way. Exactly like she wears it.

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  1. the neverfull has its charm, but I know I wouldn’t feel comfortable carrying the logo monogram, and the same bag as 943680456 other people. check out the epi leather, though a lot of the good stuff in epi has long since been discontinued.

    • Thanks for the tip on Epi! I’ve seen some beautiful vintage pieces with a purple suede lining – they looked delicious.

  2. Jen said:

    I had pinned this same image at some point, and was slightly obsessed with the neverfull bag for a while. But finally the logo monogram got to me, and the ubiquity of the bag. If I could find one that was a little worn and weathered I might re-consider it though, I do like the look with a sweatshirt and jeans.

    • Yes, I’ve never been a particular LV fan until recently. There’s something that’s chic about the worn-in monogram pieces paired with a casual, understated outfit. No bandage dresses and monogram bags!

  3. Mel said:

    Love the feel of this photo. Before I veered towards minimalism(which brought me to your beautiful blog), I bought into the consumerism and bought some LV pieces. I’m still thinking how to dress them down so that the bag doesn’t look so gawdy. I am thinking stretched linen-cotton t-shirts with jeans. Can’t imagine why I would want a bag with all the LVs all over!

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