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    I've been using my Sruli Recht clutch non-stop since I got it. If I need to carry something bigger (or hide my dog to sneak it into the cinema), I just put the clutch in a Rick fabric tote and add the extra stuff/puppy with it. Most convenient arrangement I've found so far, and carrying a clutch has significantly lessened my back aches

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    ^ you know I use those rick drkshdw totes all the time. mostly for travel and overnight. they are fantastic sacks and the large ones hold quite a bit.

    i havent used the fleet ilya bag yet, even though i am dying to but hesitate because of the weather. i dont want to get salt on the suede. i might forgo the tote idea and see how it goes with a medium size bag. perhaps it will be good to downsize since my bag now seems so heavy all the time.

    i do like the idea of the structure of the mmm bag very much and will hit up IF next time i'm in town to see if they have a johnny farah saddle leather version.
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    Johnny Farah does some good stuff, and it's well priced too...I had a brown bag of his that I actually wore out and had to retire.

    Any pics of your clutch, galia? I'm intrigued...

    Agree about the Rick sacks, I have a drkshdw one that I use for the gym and it's perfect.
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    A Rick tote is de rigeur SZ gear. Everyone's got one.

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    I haven't got that many bags myself and only rotate between 2-3 of them. For everyday use my go to bag is the free slingbag from Antonioli. For formal purposes, it'll be YSL Muse Two which actually has served me well for the past 2-3 years, and for air travel my go-to bag would be my medium Celine Luggage which fits my laptop and all the other junk I'd need to travel long distance.

    I'm hoping to get a bag from Guidi to replace the Antonioli sling bag one day. I did consider a Fendi Peekaboo at one point but I don't know how well they'd go with all of my clothes.
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    agree! i use RO tote MOSt of the time now ..but the only problem is: i always needa "lucky draw" my small items in the bag
    same problem happened when i use MA+ shell bag....
    i am also seeking a good small bag for this spring summer

    Quote Originally Posted by rider View Post
    ^ you know I use those rick drkshdw totes all the time. mostly for travel and overnight. they are fantastic sacks and the large ones hold quite a bit.

    i havent used the fleet ilya bag yet, even though i am dying to but hesitate because of the weather. i dont want to get salt on the suede. i might forgo the tote idea and see how it goes with a medium size bag. perhaps it will be good to downsize since my bag now seems so heavy all the time.

    i do like the idea of the structure of the mmm bag very much and will hit up IF next time i'm in town to see if they have a johnny farah saddle leather version.

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    Hello girls.

    Gf's bday is coming, and I was planning to get a Givenchy nightingale for her. Any idea where I can look which ships worldwide besides LVR? The Flagship here in SG is alittle too pretty expensive for my liking.

    I've heard of some places in Europe that has decent prices, but that was like a year ago, and I can't remember anything now.

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    Try Selfridges and Barneys.
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    I just recently happened upon Williams Handmade. They have a classic english men's bag look, but with unique subtle design differences.

    Haven't handled them, but they look very well made. (not necessarily women's only bags)

    http://www.williamshandmade.com/

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    Quote Originally Posted by Downtown View Post
    Downtown has only one of these Julius Skull Bags in stock!! Wear it, collect it, or display it...




    [URL="http://http://www.downtownshop.com/bags/julius-skull-bag-6532.html"]

    Like it!

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    One of my most favourite designers!

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    got this bag in Seoul. no brand. not pricy. but become my fav recently ^-^

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    I need a new bag soon! I have no idea what to get, nothing seems quite perfect.

    These are some nice ones that almost made the list for me...

    http://totokaelo.com/bao-bao-by-isse...g/black/JN5615





    I mean it's not within my budget or my practicality requirements, but it has such superb volume and geometry.

    differently...

    http://www.guerrilla-group.co/collec...y-shoulder-bag



    This has a poignant distressed quality I really like, although satchels are not my favourite style.
    some do it fast, some do it better in smaller amounts.

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    love that satchel… I am looking at Guidi for the winter but which one and which colour! Sigh….

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    Quote Originally Posted by ahn View Post
    I mean it's not within my budget or my practicality requirements, but it has such superb volume and geometry.
    I recently saw that BaoBao bag in person- quite liked it when I first saw a photo, but in person its even nicer, I love the way it distorts. Even my mum liked it, and she has zero interest in bags.

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    Default Clutches for me!

    Personally, I'm more of a clutch person. However, when I need to carry more, I go for a classic handbag.

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    What kind of handbags are the stylish ladies OF SZ carrying to work these days? Would love some recommendations for a medium sized handbag that can be also worn on the shoulder . Gift for a lady friend & would like to shy away from the Celine / Saint Laurent etc options.

    Thank you
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    I was carrying a Sophie d'Hoore satchel for quite awhile but recently switched to an Ann Demeulemeester sack that came with two straps, so it can worn as a messenger or a shoulder bag. The leather is divine on both but SdH is much more rigid than AnnD.

    pics of Ann's 1st, Sophie's 2nd and last a Rick Owens bag that I also think is pretty nice.
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