Inspired by Indi's mandeville thread I was wondering if there were any L.A.M.B bags in your collection that you would never part with....even if you do not use it that much. You just can not get rid of it....Or are you the type of collector that goes out with the old to bring in the new?
I for one have not used my LS Westfield...I think I took it out to go shopping at the grocery store once. My Cheetah Oxford I used to use all the time until my Shadow Westfield came and that was put away (I used that Westfield for like 3 months straight I could not get enough of that bag...gosh I love that feeling). Trenchtown Maria has been taken out just haven't exclusively used her which is a surprise b/c I LOVE her. I still have yet to use my Springvale but I just got her so that doesn't really count. I keep taking her out of the dustbag and staring at her trying to see how I feel....I just don' think I can part with my L.A.M.B I have a hard time with that....I sold a lot of my other bags though to justify my L.A.M.B addiction.
I am at a point right now where I don't want to part with any of my bags!
B&W Checkerboard Springvale: Everyday bag
Rasta Rowington: Day at the mall/out with the ladies bag
Cheetah Morant: Evening Out bag
Trenchtown Satchel: Lunch with the Ladies bag
Silver Carlisle: Evening bag (I have dinner events I have to go to monthly)
Rasta Grantham: Laptop Bag/Long Day Out bag
I am actually considering getting rid of the Trenchtown Satchel because I use it the least but I can't bear to do it yet because it's so lovely!
I couldn't part with any of my 4 sigs: my Rasta Mandeville (my first!), my Silver Montego, my Lipstick Saddle Esquivel (I'm currently re-falling in love with this baby), and my Green Ombre Chain Mandeville.
I always entertain the idea of selling 85% of my LAMB LeSportsacs but for the prices they're going for, and my fear of selling on eBay, I'd rather give them away to my cousins or something.
I don't think I could ever get rid of my Lamb bags. I see myself having all my bags till the day I die. I worked so hard for them and spent a lot of time trying to get them. I am going to be a 75 year old lady with a Lamb bag. That's just me, crazy.