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    Quote Originally Posted by Hoon, Esq. View Post
    Unfortunately (or fortunately) my financial analyst wife is at a stage where she doesn’t want to “kill the streets” with her handbag game! I bought her a couple LV bags, but she rarely uses them because they make her feel conscious. I, on the other hand, just want her to WIN every damn day! (Lord help my future kids…). So now she rocks some Coach bags on a daily basis; I just wanted to switch it up for her!

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    P.S.: I'm just waiting for Sir Robins to flame on LV using traction control or automatic transmitions to achieve their popularity in the marketplace! (Thanks for the advice Sir!)
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    why does she need a handbag....buy her an apron!

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    Women in the know (about fashion and bags) don't usually wear LV, Prada, Gucci ect.

    I have bought a few balenciaga's($$$), marc jacobs($$) and one Birkin($$$$$$) for the boss.

    Go with Balenciaga - prob most baller and somewhat reasonable.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Club 411 View Post
    Women in the know (about fashion and bags) don't usually wear LV, Prada, Gucci ect.

    I have bought a few balenciaga's($$$), marc jacobs($$) and one Birkin($$$$$$) for the boss.

    Go with Balenciaga - prob most baller and somewhat reasonable.
    I just go by what most of the female models I have worked with go for. Gemma introduced me to Fendi and i haven't let go. a few others (Candice, Nadege, Heidi, Erin, and my relatives). I agree with the fact of LV and Gucci though
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    My wife loves the quality of LV and she is very fashion forward although she has an obsession with Lowe from Madrid. I do agree with Ray the Balenciaga is the way to go!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hoon, Esq. View Post
    About the size of a football
    I'm just focussing on the manliest part of this thread.

    You have South Coast right there with all these brands there for at least seeing and holding all these.
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    Vintage LV...is that a legit consideration?
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    vintage lv is always great. the patina looks good

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hoon, Esq. View Post
    I want to get my wife a new handbag for our anniversary. I know she doesn’t want anymore LV or anything like that. So I’m thinking Michael Kors or Marc Jacobs. About the size of a football with a zipper on top…that’s all I know. I’m obviously clueless with this stuff. Can L4P help me out with this?

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    I believe from his posts she has at least one LV. She don't want anymore. And he wants to stay under $500 as well. Balenciaga is a win according to my wife, but still well above his $500 price cap.
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