Ah, Mulberry ladies, I've made some expensive mistakes. I'm only learning this now. I mean, after a while it's pretty easy to tell a handbag is a mistake - you don't use it, something about it annoys you. But learning it's an expensive mistake comes much later when you realise you can really not recover most of what you paid for it like you thought you could. I'm feeling pretty bad about this because: 1. I feel I may have been a sucker and may have paid too much for a secondhand bag when I compare what I paid to what my buyer paid. 2. Ouch. Big hole in the pocket, even after using my cost-per-wear rationale. 3. It makes me feel I have bad judgement and I'm not so good at picking things I'll love forever, in fact, sometimes I sure do suck at that. Do you get sore too if a bag you thought would get a good price gets a lousy one?