After reading about Twiggers bag woes it got me pondering. Prioring to coming to the brown side I bought Coach. I would buy a bag every 2-3 months and sell the previous one when I bought a new one. It wasn't so much about money, more about not keeping something I'd never use again. I NEVER went back to an older bag, just bought new. I find myself enjoying the obsessing, dreaming, hunting and purchase of a bag then the actual owning. Since buying LV, I haven't sold a one. Just buy new when the urge strikes me. Some like my panda pochette - mono riveting will never be carried. Maybe I should "set them free"?. Of course when I make a new purchase I always tell hubby this is it, the bag that will make my happy (at least for awhile) .. lol. So the point of my rambling is a bit of a nosey/curiousity poll. Do you buy bags simply to "collect" not worrying about are they practical, can I carry them most everyday or do you weigh out pros and cons and buy bags that you'll use on a fairly regular basis. I'm NOT making judgment about either style of spending just wondered how many sell older bags when getting new vs. keeping them all.