Durability of Mini Lin in Blowing Snow~

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  1. I walked to a doctor's office today in swirling blowing snow with my mini lin bucket. I know people have great concerns with the fabric, so I'd just like to say that although my hair, face, jacket, and boots were wet, the bag had only dampness which dried right away on its own as I kept walking inside the building. It still looks as flawless as it did a month ago, which is surprising because it's my throw-around bag; I don't try to treat it extra carefully because of the fabric. If you own it, you can see that it's not some super delicate thing. Mine still has yet to pill.

    I was going to post pictures to show you how it looks after a month of everyday wear, but it looks the same as it did the first day~

    Hope that helps! :idea:
  2. Thanks for this info, I love Mini Lin!
  3. Thanks for the update. I'm glad it wasn't damaged.
  4. Thanks for the info, because I was worried about uncoated fabric.:yes:
  5. Good to know it's pretty tough bag
  6. that's good to know. this bag is def next on my list :smile:
  7. Mini lin is gorgeous!!

    Thanks for the durability info:smile:
  8. Sounds like a must have bag.
  9. Thanks for sharing... Your bucket is on my list and it's good to know it can withstand inclement weather...
  10. Thanks for the info! I like this line.
  11. Cool, I love the mini lin! So pretty!
  12. great info- i love the mini lin- my only reservation was the durability of the fabric. very helpful info- thank you!
  13. Oh good. I was so worried seeing as I live in London were it rains everyday.
    I can definietely buy the mini lim speedy now :yahoo: :party:
  14. OMG that is great to know... I was wondering how trashed it would get by winter.