Red Epi: Alma or Passy GM?

Artegirl

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Jul 21, 2007
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Please help me decide on what to get. I want something
> roomy
> appropriate both for office and weekends
> easy to maintain

I'm a person with the most boring outfits! Black suits for the office and t-shirt, jeans, and open-toed heels for the weekends =D

Another question. www.louisvuitton.com describes alma in epi "golden brass pieces for the Red, Black and Mandarin versions, silvery brass pieces for the Blueberry and Mocha versions" but I've seen red epi alma in LV boutique and it has silver brass. same as with the picture in http://www.louisvuitton.com/web/fla...1JQVOUECRBXUXFAHYKEG4RAUPU?buy=0&langue=en_GB

is the description outdated?
 

article3

Loves Bags
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Jul 28, 2007
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Yes, that description is outdated.

I guess my recommendation would depend on how much stuff you carry, and whether you want something that zips shut. The Alma holds less than the Passy GM, and it zips shut. I tend to like the roominess of the Passy more, though.
 

dell

Lovin My Little Girl
O.G.
May 23, 2007
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Red epi ANYTHING!! I am so into red right now for some reason.... I like the alma in red the best!
 
Jun 23, 2007
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Please help me decide on what to get. I want something
> roomy
> appropriate both for office and weekends
> easy to maintain

I'm a person with the most boring outfits! Black suits for the office and t-shirt, jeans, and open-toed heels for the weekends =D

Another question. www.louisvuitton.com describes alma in epi "golden brass pieces for the Red, Black and Mandarin versions, silvery brass pieces for the Blueberry and Mocha versions" but I've seen red epi alma in LV boutique and it has silver brass. same as with the picture in http://www.louisvuitton.com/web/fla...1JQVOUECRBXUXFAHYKEG4RAUPU?buy=0&langue=en_GB

is the description outdated?
I love my red epi Alma. It's very clean and classic looking. I purchased a shoulder strap to go with it, but I don't use it very often. The hardware is silver tone. I think it's a more classic style than the Passy (which I adore, by the way, but do not own.)
--Judy
 
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