Julianne quilted...anyone else dying for one?

mpark46

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Mar 14, 2006
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I've been looking for a great shoulder purse for a while now. I saw the Julianne on someone yesterday and can't stop thinking about it. So pretty and perfect.

I did a web search and it looked like Ron Herman had them on sale for almost 50% off! WTF???

Isn't the Julianne a new style? Should I wait til they go on sale at Nordies/Saks or just get one?? I'm loving the burgundy one.
 

mkdallas

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Feb 22, 2007
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The Julianne Ron Herman has is from the spring 2007 line, I'm pretty sure. I just bought one from there in beige and will take delivery on 6/19. I don't know why they had those and patchwork stams marked at half price, but I was thrilled to pay a total of $668 (includes shipping and NO TAX, hallelujah!) for such a nice bag in a neutral color. BTW, the burgundy is new for fall and I don't think you'll find one on sale for awhile...the only ones at Ron Herman were beige, although they offered the Ryder and the Stam in black. Good luck!
 

mkdallas

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Feb 22, 2007
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OK, I just got my beige Julianne from Ron Herman and I REALLY like it. I was also somewhat unsure about the "weird twisty handle thing", LOL, but it looks fine...granted, it's not my favorite part of the purse, but it looks nice and not weird IRL. The color is awesome; it will go with absolutely everything. One nice thing is that the chain handle is dang heavy...I like that you can remove it and use the leather handle to make it a short shoulder bag. I would love to post a pic, but have no idea how to do it. I am really satisfied with my purchase and feel like I got a great deal. During all these recent sales, I sort of went beserk trying to get a good price on an MJ. I ordered from NM and Saks, but ended up returning both bags because they weren't truly what I liked, just had a sale price. I will get a lot of use out of Julianne and I like that it's a little dressier than some of the other bags. The color is a true pale beige and really versatile; definitely could be used in fall, spring and summer. Now I just have to figure out how to nonchanlantly introduce it to my husband..."this old thing??? OMG, I've had it for MONTHS!" :sneaky:
 
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