Which would you pick? A black patent Zoe or a black Kristin Baby Sage?
100% Baby Sage!!
I have zoe n BS. I hve 4 BS n getting brown woven since its 50 30 now
I was all set to say ZOE until I saw pics of that particular Baby Sage. Wow! I have the woven scarlet Baby Sage and I don't really love it. But that black one is amazing. I want to reach through the screen and feel it.
I have a black patent convertible zoe and I love it. Kristin is my favorite line, but I would not give up my zoe. I think you should pick the best one to suite your needs and would an asset to your collection.
I have the large black patent Zoe. I got her new from the outlet, and it took me a while to get the rings on the handle to stop squeaking - but the bag is/was worth it. The sage style doesn't work for me, but I love the Zoe.
I would pick the Kristin
What don't you like about your Kristin?
I have the black BS and love it, so that is my vote.
one of my faves: black bs.
I would think the question is actually, how do you prefer to carry a bag?
If you're talking about boutique style Zoe, it's a shoulder bag.
(The later MFF Zoe's had a crossbody option too, but the original boutique style was essentially shoulder carry.)
Baby sage is sooner satchel (hand/crook-of-arm carry) or crossbody. You can, in theory, double the long strap duffle-style to make it shoulder carry, but then it's much bulkier under your arm than a Zoe is.
So I would think the question is not "which is prettier," but rather, "how would you want to carry it?"
hand/crook-of-arm/crossbody ==> baby sage
shoulder ==> zoe
Mine is the woven kristin and she's kind of stiff. I love to gaze at her, but I haven't cut the tags yet. She doesn't have any slouch at all.
Went with a Zoe on eBay. I like to carry my purse on the shoulder not the bend of my arm. Also like a short drop. I think I will be happier with the Zoe.
I love the Zoe bag. I have two and find it's the most comfortable bag to carry. I'm sure you'll love yours.
I agree. I love my Zoe's. I hope you'll be just as happy with yours.