I agree with you! Do you own one? Does she lose her shape after everyday use?
Wow! Love all of them! I wonder which do you use more for daily use, college or loulou? Think to buy one of them but i am not sure which!
College is nice too with an edgy look because the single chain is thicker compared to Loulou.
Initially I wanted the College but because it’s lamb skin, it will tend to sag at the side after usage according to my Sa. She said that Loulou will hold its shape better like original since it is calf skin, I will go for the Lou because I don’t like the sag and intending to use it as an Everyday bag
Hi! Does the chain rubbed on the side of the flap?
I wanted to buy a mini and add a chain strap as well. However, I am afraid it might ruined the leather. Since you will attached the chain on the side rings, the chain would rubbed on the side of the flap. It’s kinda hard to explain but I hope you get what I mean.
I think this is pretty normal with soft leather. My Chanel (calfskin) looked like this in store. Don’t worry about it too much.
Thanks for reassuring me!
My new Loulou M bag
Initially i want College too but the fact that she lost her shape is what makes me think to buy Loulou! Thank you very much for the infos
Congratulations! Looks so pretty!I hope to enjoy your new bag!
Yep same sentiments here.
Hence I bought Loulou instead
Just gorgeous!! Happy New Year with your new Loulou
My new small loulou in navy...last 2018 bag purchase...on ban island until April (birthday month)
Love it Just gorgeous!
I just ordered the same in black with silver hardware!
I’m an April Birthday too
Generally, I think so. It might depend on exchange rate at the time I think. Assuming you're from the US (or just not from Europe I guess), you should be able to get a refund on the VAT, which will essentially lower the "price" of many luxury handbags. That's the main reason why the Loulou I purchased was cheaper than purchasing within the US. The VAT was backed out of the UK price, and then converted to USD. For some bags, it barely makes a difference, but for others, it's fairly significant. Crunch some numbers to decide if its worth for you