Thoughts on this Allison Burns clutch?

valkyrie360

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Just my opinion, but I think it's trying too hard. I would like it better without the razor blade and the rose -- makes it a little too...I don't know... "literal" for me. I do like the soft shape though and the leather looks smooshy.
 

momonthegooo!

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I LOVE Alison Burns bags. I have one and it's lasted through torture for 4 years now and still going strong. Great quality!
 

claireZk

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I really like it. It's rebellious in a subtle kind of way. And it looks like it's good quality. I think if it was made with cheaper materials, it would look tacky, but it doesn't. If it went on sale, I would buy it. I love unusual clutches :yes:..

 

tura

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I'm not usually a big fan of clutches, but I love this one!. It's sexy-edgy-chic. The leather looks soo smooshy, and the leather charms make it super-playful. I like this a lot.
 

dollyrusso

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Oh you guys lol! now i'm more confused than when I started :smile: And the problem is that everyone posted things I completely agree with. It could def. look too contrived, but then it is super smooshy :love: and I love how unique it is.

I was imagining using this clutch as an *unexpected* accessory to a ultra feminine top, jeans and heels or boots. And since I live in L.A and am married to a musician lol, I can probably carry this forever (imagining myself at my 50th wedding anniversay with this :roflmfao:) . ugh. I still don't know. I may....I may not...

I really appreciate your thoughts :smile:
 

valkyrie360

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I wonder if there's a way to remove the rose and have just the razor blade? I think that would make it better for me -- It is very interesting and the more I look at it, the more I like it.