You love your bag, but....

jenna

*flower power*
O.G.
Jan 27, 2006
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is there something you'd like to change to make it even lovelier?

Or was there one small thing that kept you from buying that dream bag?

(not counting the price of the bag :amuse: )

For me, I adore my LV Manhattan PM, but wish it had little feet so that I could set it down and not fret over whether the surface was dirty, wet, etc. I don't think little feet would look out of place on that bag.

And then, I really liked the MJ Blake, but one of the straps kept falling off my shoulder.
 

Kat

Member
Dec 13, 2005
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I don't have a Paddy but I love the feel and slouchy quality of the leather. Love the colors too. I wish there was a Paddy that was designed without the ugly padlock. I'd buy it in a minute. They could call that version the Paddyless.
 

QuirkyCool

Quirky and Cool
Mar 20, 2006
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Kat said:
I don't have a Paddy but I love the feel and slouchy quality of the leather. Love the colors too. I wish there was a Paddy that was designed without the ugly padlock. I'd buy it in a minute. They could call that version the Paddyless.

:lol:

The padlock is removable :P . (passionate paddy owner,incl lock,here. But I am considering buying the pocket paddy in black and I must say that the thought of owning TWO enormous padlocks keeps the urge at bay...)
 

Ammietwist

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Feb 5, 2006
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I'm pretty happy with the three bags I use the most.

I had to LOL though about the feet because I H-A-T-E them on bags. By the time you put stuff in there, it'll probably sag just enough that part of the leather will be touching whatever surface you put it on. When I see a bag with the little feet, I notice the feet and not the bag.
 

SuLi

O.G.
Nov 1, 2005
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I admit that I have some of the same concerns...sometimes wishing that a particular bag had feet, or something else more functional. I find that despite my reservations, I usually buy the bag anyway. :shame:
 
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