http://www.mulberry.com ship internationally, they've got several Bayswater on there, though the Darwin oak is out of stock, they've still got the Darwin in chocolate, and the other ranges - The Butterfly, and Congo in blackkylieReese said:Now if I can just find a store that carries the regular bayswater. I've only see the one with the studs. thanks
where can i get this collonil spray? went to their website but the prices are in euro, so I assume this is only available in europe?Bjara said:I have a choco Phoebe and an Oak Roxanne. I also had for a day or two a choco Bayswater. :weird: The leather is soft, more so on this style because it is less structured than the other two that I have. Meaning there are bigger expanses of leather that have no pockets or adornments on them, so it makes it more flexible. If you took the three styles and looked at them though, all the leathers are the same.
If you do get one, Mulberry recommends that you use the leather protectant, collonil classic waterstop spray on it. If you have the lighter colored one, you do not want to use a liquid or cream (vs. spray) or else it will come out uneven and show on the leather.
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