Jimmy Choo Sky Hobo Bag
Sorry for the late start today, but there is just so much to do so little time. As you know last week Vlad and I spent in NYC. We have amazing interviews and pictures to come (so excited to share with you all!). Things are hectic around here today as we are getting things situated before Vlad leaves on Thursday for Germany for two weeks. I am staying home to hold down the fort and Shannon is headed to California. We have so many things in store for you all, just hang tight!
While in NYC Vlad and I did not over-shop, at least in our minds. Of course we shopped, but not crazily. I nearly left Hermes with a new goodie, but I decided to wait for something else and we got Vlad a treat instead, a Hermes wallet. We will photograph it later, but it is his new pride and joy. We picked up a few items from another store, and those pictures will come later.
My long rambling story short is that I realized my closet has a deficit when it comes to the shoe department. Don’t get me wrong, I do love shoes, but I just do not splurge. Typically shoes and handbags go hand in hand. People who love shoes love handbags and vice versa. But for me, shoes has never been a focal point. Blame it on my growing up in Florida on the beach, where no-shoes was indeed no problem. Or on the fact that I am 5’10 in flats, meaning that heels have me tower over most men. But my love of shoes is growing especially after our visits to Ferragamo and Jimmy Choo.
And while I love Jimmy Choo shoes and I attempted to force myself to find a pair, I was drawn to their handbags. The bag that caught my attention and looks like the sister of the Jimmy Choo Saba is the Jimmy Choo Sky Hobo Bag. So I strayed from the shoes and fell in love with this bag. The Sky hobo sports a much better hobo shape for my liking than the Saba hobo. The best part of this purse is the buttery, ultra-soft nappa leather. This is the kind of leather that you absolutely desperately seek to make into couches and bedding and blankets and anything that can be close to your skin. There is a touch of exotic on this bag, with a snakeskin-lined accent piece and handle. This is more my style, more my flow, and I just adore this bag! The shoulder strap is adjustable as well. And the inside is lined with ultra-suede lining and features a zip and slip pocket. Buy through Saks for $1495, which is a price that does not seem all that bad for what you get.