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    Default First LV Bag... Opinions Needed!!

    So my darling husband has finally agreed to buy me a LV bag & wallet

    Just from looking online and briefly through the actual store, I've decided I really like the Tivoli and the Artsy bags in the traditional Monogram canvas. I'm petite, 5'2, but I do not like small bags. I'm also a mother to an 18 month old girl. So I'm wanting a bag that I can throw some of her stuff in if needed. Since this may be the only time I can manage to squeeze my husband to buy me, as he likes to call it "just a purse with an expensive tag", it also needs to be a cute bag for me to carry when I'm not with her. Although this is definitely not out of our means, my husband has a hard time justifying spending money on handbags (although if it's some kind of tech object or guns or other "man stuff", sure why not!) I'm leaning more towards the Tivoli GM.

    I'm also thinking I like the Sarah wallet. I like the fact that it has a zipper inside for coins and lots of card holders.

    I am SO super excited. I'm 25 and have been inquiring about wanting a LV bag since my husband and I first started dating when I was 17! He promised I could have it in the next few months (ahh so far away!) I feel like a kid waiting for Christmas!

    My sister claims that once you get one LV bag, you'll want more! But for now, one multi-functional bag will have to do!

    Everyones opinions are much valued!!


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    Default Re: First LV Bag... Opinions Needed!!

    I think both choices would be great! However, I do think the Artsy would work better for casual days (though even the MM is HUGE!) but I feel like the Tivoli GM would work nicely for dressier and more casual occasions.

    Really, I don't think you can go wrong with either!
    anyone who lives within their means suffers from a lack of imagination.
    -- oscar wilde.

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