Starting my Chanel savings fund!

Kelly4

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Dec 10, 2006
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Thanks everyone, for your posts of ideas yesterday for my first Chanel purchase. I live near Seattle, WA so I am planning to go to the Chanel boutique at Nordstrom there as soon as I have the money saved up. I am really motivated now. I have thought a lot off and on over the past five years or more about wanting a Chanel bag. And I think if I really buckled down I could save up to have one by my birthday next June. At work, we usually get a nice Christmas bonus so I will use some of that towards my "Chanel account", right now I have $100 plus some change to start! And any extra money I get will go in there, I am going to stop buying books (a big weakness) for awhile and go to the library, take my lunch to work more, etc.
My only problem will be I know I will probably want everything I see once the day comes and I am standing in the store! I look on Ebay at the pictures and have started looking at your pictures of the ones you guys have and they are so beautiful! So I am really inspired now!
Thanks so much for all your ideas and help!
Kelly
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Kellybag

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Mar 9, 2006
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Kelly4...a big welcome! Time will fly and before you know it you will have the $ to make your purchase. Keep saving and staying motivated. It is a great feeling to earn something you truly love and desire. Stay focused!

Welcome to the forum too!!!
 

CHANEssy

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Nov 30, 2006
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Good luck on your savings plan!

I've thought about starting one too, but when I told some people about it, they made me feel bad. Saying, Oh that's silly, you should save for a house, not a bag. I hope you don't encounter any people like this! If you do, don't take their words to heart. I support the idea fully!
 

*jennifer*

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welcome to the chanel forum, kelly4!!
i think it's wonderful that you are making those steps to save for your first chanel! i remember when i did the same for my first designer bag- an LV epi soufflot. getting a bag that you saved for can be so much more satisfying bc you don't take it for granted!
good luck, and we'll be here to root you on!
 

Kelly4

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Dec 10, 2006
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Good luck on your savings plan!

I've thought about starting one too, but when I told some people about it, they made me feel bad. Saying, Oh that's silly, you should save for a house, not a bag. I hope you don't encounter any people like this! If you do, don't take their words to heart. I support the idea fully!

I have already run into one of those people...my husband!! I have talked to him off and on about wanting a Chanel handbag and when I told him this morning that I definitely plan to save up and get one for my 49th birthday in June he told me I "should just buy a knock-off one, that $1500 or more is crazy to spend on a purse!":nuts: Of course, this is from a man with a huge hunting and fishing hobby with a jet sled boat for fishing with all the toys he wants!! He just doesn't get it, but that's okay. I told him it's something I've wanted for a long time, it's a luxury item, I'll have it for my lifetime and I work hard at my job and I feel the time in life has come when I want to get one. I could just go out and put one on a credit card right now, but I really want to save up for it, I think it will mean more to me. Anyway, thanks for listening, I am not going to let him rain on my parade about it!!:crybaby: I am excited about saving up and really motivated. Thank you everyone for all of your support and I know I have a great place to come for understanding and support about this!!
Blessings to you all!
Kelly
 
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