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    Default I have a couple of juicy questions

    Well as the title states i have a couple of questions about juicy couture bags

    1. How old do you think is to old to carry a juicy couture bag?
    I'm 25 getting ready to turn 26 and i've been thinking about buying a daydreamer tote or a baby fluffy bag. The only thing thats stopping me is i'm afraid maybe i'll look silly carrying one around due to age issues, i don't wanna look like a little teeny bopper, but the bags are just so cute. Do you think it would be ok for smeone my age to buy and carry one or should i just forget it?

    2. Also where i've been looking at them online i ran across some Juicy couture bags for 80 something on a website. I know nothing about juicy bags really and i was wondering if the bags i found are real or fake? And I was also wondering if anyone has ever shopped at the following place before, do you think they would be a ok place to buy a bag?

    The website address is: xxxxxxx

    If those handbags happen to be fake..
    Does anyone know somewhere i buy a Juicy couture bag at a really good price, other than ebay(or websites like it)?
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    Default Re: I have a couple of juicy questions

    Hmmm...interesting question DO...In my opinion:

    When i look at juicy bags i think tweens or teens. The older women carrying juicy have always looked a little silly to me, like they were trying to look younger or cling to years gone by.
    Then again, it all depends on your personality. If you like to project yourself as a smart, stylish and/or professional woman, then juicy is definitely not for you. If you are more light hearted, college type and casual in your approach, juicy may look alright.

    Personally i find some of the velour juicy bags cute, but i would never carry them Of course, i am also older than you
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    Default Re: I have a couple of juicy questions

    I agree juicy is a little to much teenager so i would say no

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    Default Re: I have a couple of juicy questions

    I think it depends on the bag. Juicy has had some nice bags lately, much less gaudy and much more sophisticated. But also remember, there are Juicy baby bags out there that I would hope teenagers would NOT be carrying. And they look similar to some of the plainer terry totes so maybe it wouldn't look as odd as you think. As for the website... I'm skeptical. I've never heard of them though, so I don't know. Have you tried TJ Maxx? They have Juicy bags there quite often.

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    Default Re: I have a couple of juicy questions

    I just turned 26 and I have several JC bags. I'm more partial to the leather variety though. I have a Leather Fluffy, of the large variety and a China C Bag, which I love. Both are fairly casual, which is fine because I rarely "dress up." I think it's more about what you feel comfortable carrying and if it would suit your lifestyle.

    I would not purchase a velour or terry bag though. I think they're a little too young and the care and upkeep on them could be a little more than I want. It just doesn't seem worth it too me. My BFF has a velour Baby Fluffy and it seems to suit her, it's just not my style. I would recommend you look into the leather bags, as it's already been said, JC has some more "mature" designs on the leather side of things.

    The website? Looks fake. Sorry, but it just doesn't seem right. Again, as it's already been said, TJ Maxx is a good option if you don't want to pay retail. I have actually seen several Leather Baby Fluffy's in the past weeks there, as well as a Gossip bag and a Scottie tote.

    Good luck!

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    Default Re: I have a couple of juicy questions

    If you like it what does it matter how old you are?

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    Default Re: I have a couple of juicy questions

    I'm 25, and will be 26 in April. I've carried Juicy bags for a few years, and still love them.

    I tend to look younger than I am though, though I'm certainly not the teeny-bopper type at all - all of my Juicy bags are either black, plaid, or some colour that isn't pink/super bright, ironically.

    I think it all boils down to what you like though, and how it fits you. I'm going to keep carrying my bags until I wear them into threads.

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    Default Re: I have a couple of juicy questions

    I am 27 and I own a bright pink and green daydreamer, its so girly and cute..Also lots of room

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    Default Re: I have a couple of juicy questions

    Iam 19 going on 20 and I always stop at look at the juicy bags at bloomingdales when they are on sale.. but no. They would have been great for me in highschool.. They just look I don't know... like a pretend designer purse to me. It looks very EH to me you know?
    Some people might be able to pull the juicy couture bags off and it looks nice on them but not me.
    Sorry if I was harsh. but thats my Honest opinion okay..

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    Default Re: I have a couple of juicy questions

    I think a velour or terry with logo might be too teen-ish, but if you want something Juicy Couture, look into their leather handbags. Lately, they've made some really nice leather (and logo-less) handbags!

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    Default Re: I have a couple of juicy questions

    I am 27 and carry leather juicy bags they are a little blingy but not too tweenish
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    Default Re: I have a couple of juicy questions

    I think carrying the leather bags is perfectly fine. The velour ones are definitely a little too young - I would go for something that doesn't have a huge logo or neon colors.

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    Default Re: I have a couple of juicy questions

    I also think carrying the leather bags is perfectly fine. The velour ones are definitely a little too young.

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    Default Re: I have a couple of juicy questions

    It would really be better off to get a Juicy at Nordstroms, Saks, not on websites because most of them are fake.

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    Default Re: I have a couple of juicy questions

    I think as for the age question....it is really more about your personal style. I think you should carry the bag YOU like and be happy with it . I think the juicy bags are so cute but never have bought one b/c it is just not in my personal style range.So it is not an age issue for me (38 y/o) just that it would not really go with anything I own and would not look like me.:)
    I have seen great juicy bags for a steal (just bought the niece a juicy wristlet for xmas) at Marshall's and TJ Maxx ! Be wary of any website selling bags unless you KNOW it has good feedback and sells authentic things.If it looks to good to be true it probably is.

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