If you asked any fashion-girl, what her ultimate investment piece is, however, she’ll say that it’s a designer bag – beyond question. And I would have to agree, despite this bag being my first one. It is one of the worthiest of fashion purchases as *most* hold their price, really, really well. Hell, I even saw numerous sites making a direct correlation between high-end bags and the property market; they’re both lucrative investments. Of course, the bags which find themselves in that lucrative investment index are your Chanel, Hermes and LV’s – and you need to be able to forecast what will be popular in decades to come to be able to end up getting a return eventually. Case in point the Dior Saddle Bag.
Okay, so I got a little off topic there – this article wasn’t going to be able property, bags or even investing. It was going to be able buying what you love, no matter what the label is; whether it be high-street or high-end (because I am an advocate for both). Your purchases shouldn’t be about status or buying it to show off on Instagram, because remember: there’s power in dressing for yourself and no one else.
I turn 29 this month and my new moto with clothing and bags, because I want to continue to downsize my belongings is “less, but better“, and this beauty fit that brief. Chloe, you will be with me for a long time.