I’ve gone through countless makeup bags in the past; often really cheap ones that would fall apart all the time. And while it was sometimes enjoyable heading to Primark before every holiday for a new toiletry case, I made the decision to purchase something that would last.
I knew I wanted a handbag liner for my Neverfull for a few reasons…
–To protect the inside of the bag (its an expensive purchase and I don’t want to ruin it with stains!)
–To give the bag structure (standing up on its own, as opposed to sagging when it’s put down)
–To provide some organisation (using the pockets to separate my items)
I’ve wanted a backpack in my collection for the longest time. I thought a lot about the Louis Vuitton Palm Springs Mini, but I just couldn’t justify the price. And then, one day at the Designer Outlet in York, I laid eyes on this beauty…
Once the Neverfull became my go-to work bag, I felt like I needed something smaller for weekends or just those days when I didn’t need to carry a lot. After asking the ladies on the Facebook groups for their opinions, almost everyone recommended the Speedy.
After purchasing the Louis Vuitton MM Agenda as my first designer piece, it wasn’t long before I set my sights on a bag.
I knew I wanted something big that I could use for work; it had to be large enough to carry a 15 inch laptop. The Neverfull GM was a no brainer.
This is my very first Kate Spade bag! I’d always heard such great things about the brand and have owned smaller items like phone cases. It’s such a great option if you want to treat yourself but don’t want to spend an arm and a leg!
In all honesty, I can not pinpoint the time in my life when I decided I would like to purchase luxury goods. I’ve always loved handbags and accessories, but for most of my life have relied on the high street.