- Jun 15, 2009
I will leave mine on if I can attach them to hardware or a part of the handle/strap where they won’t slide the length of it. A little jiggle is cute but the sliding all over the freakin place is a hard no.Haha how we change... I ended up removing them all because I now DON'T like how they swing, LOL!
I feel the same. If I ever want to treat a bag with something the hangtag is used to spot treat it. So I can see how the leather is reacting without ruining the bag. Always thought that that was why bags came with those tags.I take mine off, but I’ve never been a fan of bag charms or anything similar, I’ve still got them all, just not on my bags.
I figured I’d revive an old thread instead of starting a new one after my most recent purchase. I had bad luck with my Coach hang tags falling off of my Rogue satchels, which were my first Coach bags, so I automatically take them off of my new bags and store them. I just did the same with my new Cassie 19 without a thought, but then I was curious about what other people do with their hangtags. I’d be so sad to lose one again.
You’re fortunate to not have lost them. My husband saw right when one of mine fell off as we were walking into a restaurant, otherwise I wouldn’t have noticed until it was too late. So that one I tucked inside the outer pocket as well. But I don’t know when I lost the hangtag off of my other rogue. I never had any issues with them coming off either of my rogue totes though. Maybe I’ll try putting one on my Cassie 19. I just don’t trust that I’ll notice if it does fall off.I've had a few fall off, but I had found them before they were gone forever. Because of that I've taken some off their bags if they seem precarious, and replace with a bag charm or scarf. On my Rogues, I've left some of them on, but tucked them in the outer pockets or taken them off completely.
Oh that’s interesting. I swear I remember reading about someone using fishing line to keep them on. I also remember thinking I’d rather just put them away than go through such lengths.Those gunmetal chains were notorious for coming open and letting the hangtag fall. This was about 2016. A member here, maybe @katev, came up with a way to 'shrink wrap' the closure of the chain, preventing them from falling off. I'll see if I can find those posts. I believe they used some small plastic tubing, maybe from Amazon, and, maybe, a hairdryer?
It was fun to watch the tubing shrink. Seems simple enough! I just tried a gold hangtag on my Cassie instead of the matching chalk one and it felt too busy. Maybe I’ll try the original tag and see if my husband has any of that shrink tubing around. He always has random stuff like that.Just found a number of videos on YouTube showing exactly how to shrink wrap your hangtag, the supplies you need and the results. I've never done this but if I lost enough tags, I know I'd shrink wrap them all. Google 'shrink wrap coach hangtags'. The videos are all basically the same process.
It wasn't me that shrink wrapped the ball chain closure, maybe it was @whateve?Those gunmetal chains were notorious for coming open and letting the hangtag fall. This was about 2016. A member here, maybe @katev, came up with a way to 'shrink wrap' the closure of the chain, preventing them from falling off. I'll see if I can find those posts. I believe they used some small plastic tubing, maybe from Amazon, and, maybe, a hairdryer?
I found multiple videos on YouTube that explained and showed how to do this. I was reassured that I hadn't made up the whole thing. I think I thought of you because of your many rehab great ideas. Don't ask me the connection!It wasn't me that shrink wrapped the ball chain closure, maybe it was @whateve?