LB bowler who? pics of replacement!!

  1. so remember my recent disappointment with the grey LB bowler ( http://forum.purseblog.com/chanel/pics-my-new-but-dented-lady-braid-bowler-179992-3.html#post3830878 )? i get back and there is somethin' SMOKIN from my sweet Saks SA:

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    goodness me, i so do NOT have a clutch life but i have a certain weakness for all bags that used to creep or crawl or slither. this bronze (did i also say i have an addiction to all things bronze and grey?) python is so fragile and delicious that i do not know what to do with myself. it will be a pain in the *** to maintain but i'm just :drool::drool: so much i can barely type this post.
     
  2. Gorgeous!!!!!!!!!
     
  3. holy moly, that is one STUNNING bag!!! congrats!!!
     
  4. WOW - that is nice.:wtf:
     
  5. Excellent decision Larkie! This bag is luscious!!!!
     
  6. I saw this at my Saks when I replaced my jumbo with the baby cabas! It is so hot I love it, and I don't even really go for skins
     
  7. that is stunning!!!!!!!!!
     
  8. wow!!!!!! gorgeous!!!!!!!!!
     
  9. OH!!

    MY!!

    GOSH!!!!

    :drool:
    That and the flap are my grail! LOVE it!!!!!:love:
    Pretty sure I'd have splurged on it over my black caviar clutch if my SA had one at that moment!
     
  10. Larkie...is beautiful...so chic!!!! Congrats:yahoo:....so are you going to get another bowler?
     
  11. Swanky, my sentiments exactly! i really want to have that kind of reaction to every chanel bag i take home from now on!!
     
  12. i think my breakup with the bowler is final :crybaby:. i am curious if there are other styles in the LB collection since i am rather keen on the leather...just this particular style won't work for me.
     
  13. OMG - Totally TDF! I can just imagine the feel of it.
    As always...Congrats on your new purchase. Maybe you could wear it with your Chanel dress instead of using your Leo bag?
     
  14. double post
     
  15. Gorgeous bag! But is python really hard to maintain? I had a python bag from 20 years ago, the scales have gotten a bit dry, but I never babied it, and used it quite a lot. It never ripped or gave me a problem. I think python is tough. I love your clutch, I think you'd have it forever, the python should be fine.