July 18, 2010 by
Brighton happens to be one of the best places for vintage shopping, though it borders on the pricey side. Then again I got hold of this leather jacket for just twenty quid so I’m not going to complain.
I won’t blame you if it looks familiar (despite not being in the biker circle) because Mme Philo interpreted the jacket for Celine.
And speaking of Celine, after months and months of lusting and researching, I am finally a proud owner of the Luggage, and I have a nagging suspicion that this might be the start of an addiction after seeing all the other Celine bags in person.
So here’s an objective review of the bag. The Luggage is made in luxurious calfskin and lambskin, even right down to the interior, which many designer bags seem to lack these days. Needless to say the bag is of a substantial weight. It’s extremely roomy, equipped with compartments for your phone and small junks, but I wouldn’t advise using it as a diaper bag, nor with brats around because you’ll only have one free hand all the time. Material and construction-wise, the bag is worth every penny. In terms of practicality, if you value that the most, then stick to your Neverfull. Then again, who cares about practicality when I’m unmarried and kids-free?
Tags: Celine, favourite bags of the month, leather bag Category: Wear