My SA calls me Saturday morning - the Trevi PM came in and she has one on hold for me. Tells me to meet her at the store at 2 when she begins work - I can hardly wait for 2:00 - I get there a little early and see one on display and make a bee line for it. I loved it from afar. The minute I held it up to myself I felt it was all wrong. I felt like my grandmother holding those old style bags. Now I'm in my early 50's (am told i look younger) - so when I say my grandmother I'm talking old. I just couldn't be objective about the bag and couldn't commit to a purchase. I felt pretty awkward being so undecided but felt if I bought it I would be sorry . A younger woman (maybe late 20's early thirties came in with her mom ( maybe late 50's early 60's) and they were trying the hampsteads for the mom. Then they spotted me with the trevi and when I layed it back on the shelf they tried it. The mom held it up and I thought it looked horrible - like I said - all I could see was "old lady bag". Then the daughter picked it up and WOW did it look great. It was wonderful on her. Is it just me and my perception - but the juxtuposition of this style on the younger woman just screamed class. Yet when the mom held it again - it just looked dowdy and old. I figured that's the way I would present and left the store without it. Am I nuts? Anyone see this or other styles in a similar light? It just seemed that perhaps I should stick to other styles. (I have the duomo and feel that it looks fine.) Any input?