Showing posts with label Marc Jacobs. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Marc Jacobs. Show all posts

Monday, November 22, 2010

Inside My Marc Jacobs Little Stam


Featuring my Marc Jacobs Little Stam. Lacquered Quilting from Fall/Winter 2010 Collection in Pink.



Peeking in:


Inside: Mini calendar, mini Coach Makeup Bag (gifted to me from the 2002-ish), Coconut M&Ms, small wallet, pens, iPhone


Contents spilled:



Inside my over-packed Coach makeup bag: Bobbi Brown Pot Rouge in Powder Pink, Edward Bess Afterglow Highlighter, Trish McEvoy Little Black Card with Nude Shimmer Powder, Shell Eyeshadow and Raisin Eyeshadow, Diorshow Mini, L'Occitane Hand Cream Fleur Cherie, Chanel Star Glossimer, Chanel Mica Mini Glossimer, Chanel Rouge Allure Laque in Ming, mini brushes


Some of you have asked about the way I care for my handbags and why some look brand new even when they are from around 2005ish. Care and maintenance is something I learned from The Purse Forum. I highly recommend visiting the forums there for tips. I view my purses as luxury goods which I handle with care. I only wear super dark denim with my darker purses. Lighter purses are worn with care (usually ok with denim after having gone through at least 3 wash cycles). When not in use, I keep them stuffed with the original stuffing and stored in dustbags out of the sun. When possible, I store them upright, if they are flatter bags, then I lay them on a flat surface in my closet or on my shelves and make sure heavy things aren't set on top.

Most of the bags I own are still in fairly good condition. Do I have any bags that show wear and tear? Of course - it's natural that things get worn down with use, but it doesn't mean they aren't usable. Wearing down and ripping usually occurs at the bottom corners - places that aren't always highly visible but have frequent contact.

Again, I can't reiterate enough how helpful The Purse Forum is. I've found tips by designer since certain brands have different styles by material and finish. Of course I've been guilty of a number of no-no's. Carrying pens, hand cream and nail polish in my bag is like an accident waiting to happen. So far, no catastrophes yet for me - but it's bound to happen one of these days. Sometimes I just throw in what's convenient and forget what I put inside until a week later.

Anyways, hope you all have a great week! Hope it's a short one for the US girls and that you get a few days off for the holiday :)

Friday, October 15, 2010

Inside My Marc Jacobs Large Single


Happy Friday everyone! I can't believe another week has flown by. Some of you are probably wondering if I will ever get to responding to your comments on recent posts. It has been my intention to do so for the past week, but I've been short on time and sleep. I will do my best to catch up this weekend. This is kinda a lazy post but know many of you like to see what's inside my bag. I was able to fit a ton of stuff inside my Marc Jacobs Large Single in Beige from last spring (see my grey one from this fall modeled here). Those wondering where you can find the beige one - it's probably very hard to find at this point since it was released about a year ago. However there is some good news! The MJ Resort Collection has another beige version which seems less pink and more cream colored but I haven't seen it so I can't confirm. You can see it on The Purse Forum's Marc Jacobs Resource section.


The Large Single is a lovely purse but I think I will have to stop using it for work. The handle is on the delicate side and while it is sturdy, it doesn't seem to be designed to support a heavy bag. If I do use it for work I'll have to carry a lighter load by limiting my makeup to a lipstick and powder, perhaps one more small compact. (If you scroll down you will see I have my Paul & Joe makeup bag crammed full with way too much stuff.)


What I fit inside:





I love how the Spring 2010 Beige version has the slightest hint of pink to it.


Have a great weekend everyone!
 

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