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    Default Re: How do you afford your bag addiction?

    I think sometimes it is about where and how you buy. You can have small money but be able to use a coupon, or discount shops to get a good buy.

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    Default Re: How do you afford your bag addiction?

    Quote Originally Posted by Jennifer View Post
    My name is on Dan's accounts.
    what happens if he leaves you? or takes you off his accounts?

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    Quote Originally Posted by NashvilleDiva_83 View Post
    what happens if he leaves you? or takes you off his accounts?

    Just like every other married couple, its a risk they're willing to take. Although, Jen and Dan aren't married... so what an awesome boyfriend he is!

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    Quote Originally Posted by NashvilleDiva_83 View Post
    what happens if he leaves you? or takes you off his accounts?
    We have been together for 6 years. We have a solid relationship, so that's not going to happen. But even if he does.. which is not going to happen.. that still wouldn't matter.

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    Default Re: How do you afford your bag addiction?

    Am I the only one who's quite happy to buy pre-loved..?

    In general I avoid buying anything brand-new from a shop - unless it's electrical (need the warranty as I'm completely retarded when it comes to technical stuff and wouldn't have a clue what to do if something broke down).

    I mostly look for mint bags and accessories, and only ever buy authentic and make sure I get all the paperwork etc. - and as long as those boxes get ticked...
    Sometimes it does require staying up till absurd hours to make sure I can get a good deal - BUT it does allow me to indulge on a frequent basis AND own things I normally couldn't afford!

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    Default Re: How do you afford your bag addiction?

    ^^^ I've bought pre-loved handbags before. If there is something that I really want, I'll consider a used one. There's nothing wrong with that.

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    Default Re: How do you afford your bag addiction?

    Me too! I don't mind buying a pre-loved bag. Especially if it's a hard to get bag or a vintage bag.

    My Vintage Chanel, LV Vernis Thompson Street, and new MJ Multipocket all are pre-loved. Doesn't bother me a bit
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    i have a few pre-loved bags. there is this great shop near me called second time around and they only re-sell designer, good condition items. they do sell replicas though, which i hate, but they put them in a bin, not on the shelf with the other bags.

    wishlist..
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    .monogram galliera pm

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    Default Re: Rich Parents? Sugardaddy? Stupid Job? How do you afford your bag addiction?

    Quote Originally Posted by VivaLaJuicy View Post
    I'm a good daughter... that's how I earn it. My parents support me and what parent doesn't like giving their child what they want??! And of course, I'm at the top of my studies... for my own good. I'm a 19 year old who holds an associates degree... working on my bachelors... and a Junior at the University... and I do plan on continuing into graduate school.

    Did I answer your question??!
    Somewhat, you just had worded in a manner that looked as if you were getting good grades and such to get a purse or money from your parents. What is your associates in? I didn't even bother getting one formally, I Just transferred to a university to get my bachelors. Associates Degree in psychology is pretty much useless.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Countess_Aprella View Post
    Do you work?Are they gifts?Do you cut back on other things to save for them?I'm just curious how everyone pays for their purses.
    I sell stuff I don't use anymore.. you'd be surprised how much money you can make on ebay.
    I get paid per job.. once gig.. pays quite well.
    I tutor during the school year when I'm in town.

    My parents use to buy me all my purses.... I'm a good kid.. I always work on music.. and never partied or went clubbing... and I was good in school. But now that I'm making my own money.. I don't really take from them anymore. My mom only pays for my vocal studies.. I won't let her pay for anything else.

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    Default Re: Rich Parents? Sugardaddy? Stupid Job? How do you afford your bag addiction?

    Quote Originally Posted by Countess_Aprella View Post
    Somewhat, you just had worded in a manner that looked as if you were getting good grades and such to get a purse or money from your parents. What is your associates in? I didn't even bother getting one formally, I Just transferred to a university to get my bachelors. Associates Degree in psychology is pretty much useless.
    Nursing. I am now working on my Bachelors of Science in Nursing. I actually like school, and I never plan on living off my parents establishments or money, so that's why I seek a career for myself. I hope to be a nurse working in the forensic pathology field, someday. Or a CRNA. (RN in Anesthesiology).

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    Good degree... always a need for nurses..

    My degree is in Journalism... for writing and broadcasting.

    Love it.. it's so much fun.. and easy. People call it a BS degree cuz it's so easy.. all you do is write or film stuff. Getting a minor in sociology.. boy do I hate that!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marissa806 View Post
    Good degree... always a need for nurses..

    My degree is in Journalism... for writing and broadcasting.

    Love it.. it's so much fun.. and easy. People call it a BS degree cuz it's so easy.. all you do is write or film stuff. Getting a minor in sociology.. boy do I hate that!
    I don't think thats a BS degree... We do live off of newspapers and broadcastings for our daily 411!

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    Default Re: Rich Parents? Sugardaddy? Stupid Job? How do you afford your bag addiction?

    Quote Originally Posted by VivaLaJuicy View Post
    Nursing. I am now working on my Bachelors of Science in Nursing. I actually like school, and I never plan on living off my parents establishments or money, so that's why I seek a career for myself. I hope to be a nurse working in the forensic pathology field, someday. Or a CRNA. (RN in Anesthesiology).
    good choice of career Viva, very rewarding I am a nurse as well (RN in the Philippines) but have to get off work to take care of my kids, so I might practice my profession here in Australia after a few years... I miss the hospital though

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marissa806 View Post
    Good degree... always a need for nurses..

    My degree is in Journalism... for writing and broadcasting.

    Love it.. it's so much fun.. and easy. People call it a BS degree cuz it's so easy.. all you do is write or film stuff. Getting a minor in sociology.. boy do I hate that!
    Haha. I hope it's not a BS degree cause I have a degree in Journalism as well - in advertising and PR. Minor in literature. Before my second baby, I was an account director in an ad agency. Admittedly, most of the stuff we do in advertising is BS! Lol!

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