Need help deciding if I should sell one of my tanos....

brimack

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I bought a black crackle leather Opera Queen last November. I love the way she looks/ very rockerish and very comfy to carry. I've only used her for about a month and then put her away when I got my boogie. I tried pulling her out again and found she is just too small for all of the things I'm carrying (having three kiddos I tend to carry everything). I hate for her to just sit around in a dust bag.....do you think I should sell her so she'll find maybe a better home where she'll get some use?

Here's a pic posted awhile ago:
 

Peeking_Around

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I agree with fafnir. If it's something you can't see yourself ever using again, I would sell it. I've had purses that I really loved. Like my Chanel Jumbo Classic but ... I never ever used her. And I felt like it was almost a sin for her to sit in my closet .. unused. I finally broke down after months of thinking about it and sold her. :crybaby: It actually made me very sad to pack her up to her new owner......but .. I'd do it over again if I had to.
 

Voodoo

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It is so hard to make this choice!!! I always remember how excited I was when I got the bag that I'm selling.

But I made the 'executive' decision that from now on if a bag sits unused for 90 days I sell it.

If you aren't using the bag and don't think it's something you will use you should definitely sell.
 

TygerKitty

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I think you should just send her to me and I'll make a very nice home for her ;) LOL! Just kidding of course... but unless you see yourself using it in the future when your kids are a bit older... it might be time to let it go.
 

tano expert

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If you are thinking about selling her I'd say go for it- upgrade to something you like more!
 

brimack

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Thanks everyone....I feel better now about letting her go.
Crazy4handbags the lining is purple....
 

KittyBag

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Letting go is always tough, but imagine how happy someone maybe to get her? That's usually the motivation for me... picturing how much better someone else may enjoy a bag that I may be neglecting.
 

knasarae

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Letting go is always hard...especially if you are emotionally attached to the bag. But if it isn't being used it can go to someone who'll enjoy it and also put a little cash in your pocket. Nothing wrong with that!