Please help me decide!

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  1. I'd like some feedback. I can't decide which to go for. Should I wait for the medium coco handle to come in which will be in calfskin or go with the large Filigree flap (pic attached). I guess I'd worry about the coco handle being calfskin and the wear and tear of the bag in the long run. Which do you think will have more longevity? ImageUploadedByPurseForum1462745194.550097.jpg
     
  2. I've always found calfskin to be really durable. The Coco handle doesn't cross body-at least not on me, where this does. The only thing that made me hesitate is the snap closure-I prefer the turn lock of the coco handle.
     
  3. #3 May 8, 2016
    Last edited: May 8, 2016
    I have the filigree (largest size is medium) and I LOVE it!

    Just looked up Coco Handle online as I wasn't familiar with it- it's beautiful. I especially like the turn lock closure. I find the snap closure ok however find when I have a little extra in my filigree it is a tad annoying to close. The Coco handle also looks to be larger. I am happy with the filigree as I wanted a cross body bag that I didn't have to baby, and as well was happy with the price point. Let us know what you decide!
     
  4. I really like the coco handle and I think it's something more unique :smile: but go with whichever you'd use more!
     
  5. Filigree is really pretty, so is the other. Filigree seems more flexible, can be cross body, etc. If calf bothers you, then Filigree is tilting....to be the one! You might want to get the other later if opportunity arises.
     

  6. Thank you for your input. Yes I prefer turn lock too.
     

  7. Would you say it holds has much as the medium/large classic flap?


    I'm equally torn between the 2. Decisions, decisions lol


    I do prefer caviar. Hmmm so hard to decide
     
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  9. Isn't calfskin very durable? I thought caviar was a type of calfskin?
     

  10. Yes I believe so but worry about scratches on it since it's a smooth calfskin. Where as caviar is a type a calfskin but pebbled. Correct me if I'm wrong.
     
  11. Thanks everyone. Still trying to decide. Hopefully I can decide soon.