Megs Mahoney Dusil
Meaghan Mahoney Dusil, better known around these parts as Megs, is a native Floridian who founded PurseBlog in her Ohio State dorm room along with then-boyfriend Vlad Dusil. Megs and Vlad eventually got hitched and moved to New York, where they now reside.
Megs enjoys Toddlers & Tiaras, justifying any purchase imaginable at any time, and ruining her healthy lifestyle by eating dessert for 48 hours straight on the weekends.
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The Holiday season is fast approaching, and we’ve already kicked off the most frenzied shopping season of year with a guide full of gifts to get you started. Now I’m here to help you out when it comes to gifting the hostess, whether it’s for Thanksgiving, a holiday party or a Christmas stay with your in-laws.
When it comes to Chanel shows, we never quite know what to expect from Karl Lagerfeld. For example, the Chanel Spring 2015 show sent a flurry of bags down the runway that were post-modern and protest-inspired.
With slogans like ‘Make Fashion Not War’ and ’5×5=CC,’ the spring accessories made a huge statement.
We already gave you a closer look at the supermarket-themed Chanel Fall 2014 collection, but today to help you get over the Monday afternoon slump, just stare at the beauty of the Chanel Alligator Boy Bag.
The color is reminiscent of blue Caribbean waters and the design is a favorite of so many, including yours truly.
Everyday our team works hard to bring you the latest and greatest in the handbag world. We continue to introduce new categories to share our favorite accessories yet it simply doesn’t cover everything that we love.
That’s why we are bringing you the PurseBlog Picks page, where we’ll share our favorite items of the moment, from bags to shoes to clothing to home.
Amanda and I share an adoration for Christian Dior bags; the only problem is there isn’t exactly a plethora of information on the brand’s bags for curious Internet shoppers. Yes, the brand’s website is has been updated with more information, behind the scenes details and campaign images than it used to have, but it doesn’t offer bags for sale or pricing information, and neither does any other online retailer.
Well, I am officially a broken record. I’ve loved the Givenchy Antigona from the moment I first saw it and continued to go back and forth with myself over buying one. I waited so long I was thinking I didn’t want one, I hate getting a bag after it’s reached mass consumption (similar to what happened with the Celine Luggage Tote).