maybe this prevents buyers remorse

  1. Thanks for the great article. I will definately remember those tips. The only thing I don't get is the size issue. Just because a women is small, for instance, doesn't mean she doesn't have a lot to carry. Vice versa larger women??? What to do then?
     
  2. well i guess you should look for a bag that doesn't look big on you. Big bags don;t always look big
     
  3. I always do the points she listed especially trying it out in the store to see how it looks on me. That's the best way to save some $. Not all bag I like/love looks good on me.
     
  4. I tend to buy or make what I like. Of course I do keep in mind that it has to last awhile, be able to do what I want it to do and flatter me. One of the advantages of being a tailor is I can always dress and accessorize well.
    Kate
     
  5. I guess the link is informative.. it makes sense to buy the bag that really fits you and to choose bags based on what you are getting it for...
     
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