If you’re a normal human who likes fashion and occasionally buys something nice for yourself, you’ve probably been shamed for it at some point, by someone. Friends, boyfriends or girlfriends, parents, coworkers, the parents of your kids’ friends–everyone’s got an opinion about how other people should spend their money. As it turns out, not even the rich and famous are immune from that kind of judgment; in her recent New York magazine cover profile, Joni Mitchell recounted being bag-shamed by Warren Beatty.

Mitchell, legendary folk music goddess and among the stars of a new Saint Laurent campaign, talks at some length in the profile about how famous men used her fashion choices as a way to criticize or belittle her, but the most specific story is about a Chanel bag (which sounds like it was a Chanel Classic Flap, based on her description) she carried in the 70s. Beatty, apparently unprompted, told her that such a bag was “an unbecoming purse for an artist”–that she was somehow undermining her own talent by owning and carrying a bag that she liked and could obviously afford.

The implication, as it so often is, is that only silly girls would find value or pleasure in fashion, and that silly girls are unable to have serious thoughts or interests or make serious art; that fashion devalues those associated with it. Unfortunately, that’s a familiar battle for most of us.

One of the upsides of working at PurseBlog is that I’m rarely bag-shamed anymore; people understand that my personal taste is part of my job, and they usually leave me alone about it. Living in New York City helps, too, because expensive bags are status symbols here in the way that cars are in most other cities. It wasn’t always that way, though; I can remember coworkers at previous jobs pestering me to tell them how much my bags cost even though I obviously didn’t want to, as well as well-meaning friends who were a little too interested in my spending habits.

Most memorable, though, was my college boyfriend. I found the PurseForum while we were dating and took a particular interest in Balenciaga bags. I bought a couple of pre-owned bags on eBay after careful research and saving as much cash as I could from my part-time job at Best Buy, and despite having expensive hobbies of his own, he thought that was frivolous and maybe dangerous. One day, he DVR’d an episode of Oprah that included a segment on compulsive spending and asked that I watch it.

I did watch it, even though I knew that a couple pre-owned bags did not a compulsion make. The show reinforced my belief that I wasn’t doing anything wrong, of course, and that my then-boyfriend was overreacting because I was interested in something that he thought was stupid. The other segment on that episode of Oprah featured the author of a book called Getting The Love You Want: A Guide for Couples; I ordered it on Amazon and had it delivered to his house. I’m sure it will shock you to hear that we eventually broke up.

That’s my worst tale of bag-shaming by far, and we’d like to hear yours in the comments.

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Futuredesignerbagowner
Futuredesignerbagowner
7 years ago

Everyone has something they’re into, expensive bags, gaming consoles, etc. I’m always irritated by people overly concerned with how other people spend their money. Or the, “OMG, you spent THAT on whatever item, you could have given that to the poor!” comments. Not the same thing and very inappropriate.

Amanda Mull
7 years ago

I find the “you could have given that to charity!” comments particularly annoying because they’re so disingenuous. They never come from people I know who actually do meaningful volunteer work, and they make a lot of totally false assumptions about how people spend money in general in order to make someone feel bad for doing something that is totally within their rights with the money they worked for.

Ellejays11
Ellejays11
7 years ago

Yes! On the lighter side, some friends and family will laugh off my bag collection as frivolous or silly. On the heavier side, I’ve had people remark that they could absolutely never fathom spending that amount of money on a bag, as though they were/are above that type of thing. Interestingly, it was one of the latter who changed her tune when her income allowed her to purchase such a bag. Then it wasn’t so unfathomable. So, perhaps a type of jealousy? I try to shrug it off; to each their own.

Name
Name
7 years ago

I really appreciate this post. I am often bag-shamed. I think the natural assumption is that if you carry a luxury handbag– or any luxury item for that matter– and you are a certain age you are materialistic, frivolous and/or broke. In my case, none of these assumptions accurately describe me or my financial situtation. What I have come to understand is that bag-shamers are more than likely one part jealous, and one part overly judgmental individuals. Just as I don’t concern myself with how they spend their money, they should not be concerned with how I spend mine. As long as my bills are paid, my committments to my church and community are taken care of (i.e. tithes and charitable contributions) and I am not a detriment to myself, my family or my financial future, I shoudl be able to carry a designer handbag in peace. Sadly, “haters are gonna hate”; but, (cue Taylor Swift) I plan on shakin’ those bage-shamers off.

Mina
Mina
6 years ago
Reply to  Name

The best part is that if you really percieve it as shaming it means that there is some truth in it!

Kate
Kate
3 months ago
Reply to  Mina

I disagree. We recognize bullying when we see it, whether it applies to us or someone else and the same applies to shaming.
Guilt lies with the shamer (like the bully) not the one being shamed or bullied.

Kelly Rae
Kelly Rae
7 years ago
Reply to  Name

completely agree

Adrianne
Adrianne
7 years ago
Reply to  Name

Hana! That last line was so funny! Well said!

Ghanima
Ghanima
7 years ago
Reply to  Name

Totally agree ! It’s a choice that we made… our own choice , some people spend their money on electronics, cars Etc.. But nobody judge them.
For me it’s shoes and bags ????.
And I belive they last more than gadgets ????.

Amarie
Amarie
7 years ago
Reply to  Name

Very well said! It should be each to their own!

buffmom33
buffmom33
7 years ago
Reply to  Name

Agree!!

Liza
Liza
7 years ago
Reply to  Name

*applause*

FrenchBulldog
FrenchBulldog
7 years ago
Reply to  Liza

Bravo!

Anon
Anon
7 years ago
Reply to  Name

Well said.

Wonah
Wonah
7 years ago

Yes, hate those people who make comments about how expensive my bag is or how they make fun of me for buying a Chanel or whatever designer bag I’m carrying.

Well first of all, it’s my money that I spend and not yours. Secondly, wherever I spend my money whether it’s an expensive bag or not is none of your business. And last, buying an expensive bag does not make me stupid just because you think it is stupid.

Maya
Maya
7 years ago
Reply to  Wonah

Agreed!!

Amazona
Amazona
7 years ago
Reply to  Maya

Totally agreed! You have the right to enjoy your earnings the way you like to, even if it’s something – like a handbag/many handbags – that everyone else won’t be able to understand.

In the end, it doesn’t matter whose money you spend just as long as you own up to it. If you make your own, you spend your own the way you like. If you marry money and spend it, please feel free to do so in the way you like, just own up to it. It’s not bad, it’s not something to be ashamed of, unless you tell lies about it.
I’ve seen SO many women on blogs and YouTube showing off their bags – honestly, who makes 25 “What’s in my bag?” videos with exactly the same contents, only with a new designer bag every time if they’re NOT attempting to show off – and aggressively raving on about how they make their own money and it’s their business how they spend it. Only to follow it with “My spouse got me this bag”. o_O

DanaS
DanaS
7 years ago

Thank you. This is a recurring topic with friends and family.

Rosa Lily
Rosa Lily
7 years ago

What ticks me off more after getting bag-shamed is asking if it can be borrowed. I get the full satisfaction of denying that request!

Averil
Averil
7 years ago
Reply to  Rosa Lily

Oooh, outwardly they chastise you, but it’s all seething jealousy on the inside! What hypocrites!!!

Runswithscissors
Runswithscissors
7 years ago

I have left a friendship because the person commented harshly on how I spent my own money. Somehow, to her, it became a moral choice that I would choose an LV bag over just getting something cheap at Khols…

Immodest Goddess
Immodest Goddess
7 years ago

I have a friend that has gone through dozens of Guess and Coach bags over the years and judges me for my luxury bags. At any given time she will have at least a dozen cheap bags bought on sale and I believe in having a few classic pieces that I know I can use for years. To me what she does is madness because her pieces do not last.

iNeedCoffee
iNeedCoffee
7 years ago

See, now you are bag shaming her for her choices. And since when is Coach “cheap”?Just because they don’t cost $2,000? I realize they aren’t a premier designer, but they ARE good quality. They are not “cheap” bags.
As for them not lasting, I’ve got Coach bags that are 20, 19, and 12 years old, and they still look great-and I still carry them.
We carry what we love, whether it be luxury..or “cheap” bags. No one should shame ANYONE’S choice of bags.

Immodest Goddess
Immodest Goddess
7 years ago
Reply to  iNeedCoffee

You clearly misunderstood me. I also have a Coach bag that I love. The point I was making is that she has a problem with the few bags I have while she has dozens of bags that she has spent good money on but has not taken care of so they have to be replaced often. ALSO, she believes in having lots and lots of bags and prefers to have lots of cheap bags NOT NECESSARILY Guess or Coach. Do not read my poss for the purpose of being personally insulted because that is NOT what I meant. You simply could have asked for clarification.

Trying to be a better person
Trying to be a better person
7 years ago

Five years ago I lost a life long friend because I made one stupid, wrong, insensitive comment about her choice of purses and the way she chose to spend her hard earned money. No matter how many times I have apologized, my poor choice of comments made so long ago stays with her. She came to be with me during a very hard time, due to a dumb man, my bad. And I hurt her to the core with my again stupid insensitive comment. To this day she has not let it go. I morn the loss of our friendship but mostly I wish she would let it go for her own well being, whether she speaks to me or not. We all say the wrong thing sometimes, thats what being human is but also being human is learning, forgiving and loving. Running with scissors, which I hope you don’t do. Forgive your friend for yourself. you don’t ever need to speak with her again, but forgiving her will help you. Best of luck and all my love. – Trying to be a better person every day.

Sofia
Sofia
7 years ago

Morally, I’d say it’s better to buy LV than a bag at Kohls, because the bags at Kohls are for sure made in horrible sweatshops.

Rachel
Rachel
7 years ago
Reply to  Sofia

This is what I think. The ethical and moral cost of buying something that has been made in a sweatshop is far greater than the monetary cost of an expensive designer product.

Nancy
Nancy
7 years ago

When bag shaming is done by a man, especially one with whom you are in a relationship, it is usually done to keep the “little lady” in her place and is a reminder that she is not worthy in his eyes. This is a control issue. When it is done by a female friend, it’s usually out of jealousy. Both instances signify that the relationships is one-sided.

mrfixit123
mrfixit123
5 years ago
Reply to  Nancy

Thats bullcrap. It means you have questionable character because you think its reasonable to spend an outrageous amount of money on what is just a bag. You cant compare a car to a bag. A bag is just a wired up piece of leather cloth there is no workmanship in it and no need to fork $4000 for one even more. especially when you cant afford it. $400 maybe is resonable. Its the same as idiot guys buying 3 rolls royces. If they are not bananas wealthy….then those guys are losers.

Mark McCarrion
Mark McCarrion
5 years ago
Reply to  mrfixit123

Big bro hug there for your comment. These women must be super victims. $4000 for a bag! That is just dumb. For that, you can hire a valet or an assistant to carry your stuff for you. Plus have money to fly coast to coast round trip PLUS the hotel.

Rumbabird
Rumbabird
7 years ago
Reply to  Nancy

I totally agree. You don’t hear men shaming other men for their choice of luxury timepieces or automobiles. Instead, they are usually awestruck and envious; but you don’t hear them poo-pooing other men’s high dollar purchases, do you? What gives? Incidentally, my husband wouldn’t dream of criticizing my decision to purchase designer bags – he enjoys his own luxuries after a life of hard work, and understands my enjoyment of same. I wonder if there is a comperable article in a men’s luxury watch blog – “do people criticize you for wearing a Rolex?” That would be too funny!!

Mark McCarrion
Mark McCarrion
5 years ago
Reply to  Rumbabird

Men do not waste money on useless clothing items or accessories. Men buy nice cars, yes. And that car has an engine, can carry passengers, can take you across the country and can in a pinch, be slept in or had sex in. For many many years that car will continue to provide measurable benefits for it’s owner and passengers. Your dumb bag does no more than a paper bag. You can literally dump 100% of the contents of your $1000 bag into a canvas grocery bag and lose no functionality whatsoever.

The designers have tried many times to get men to start buying bags and dumb expensive accessories, but we just know better. Many women are frivolous when it comes to buying things. For rich guys, this might not be a problem, but many rich men would rather his money not be thrown away into a dumb bag that only other women will know what it is or how much it cost.

Rumbabird
Rumbabird
5 years ago
Reply to  Mark McCarrion

A more apt analogy to your “canvas grocery bag” example would be someone who loves luxury sports cars settling for a 1970 Toyota Corolla. Nothing wrong with driving a 1970 Corolla – but a certain population would yearn for something a little fancier – just as some people yearn for nice bags.

Mark McCarrion
Mark McCarrion
5 years ago
Reply to  Rumbabird

I drive a Mercedes Benz, but I have been able to use it to move bikes, appliances, carry tools and materials, camp with it, and carry other people in it to faraway places where it will also be valet parked and carry elegantly dressed passengers to elegant venues.

A bag is a bag. It cannot be anything more than a bag. And it serves only the spendthrift, materialistic woman who purchased it. It does not impress men (except in a negative way), and most women too. If any woman tells me she spent $4000 on a bag, that is a dealbreaker. The cow it came from is more useful and costs only $2500.00

Rumbabird
Rumbabird
5 years ago
Reply to  Mark McCarrion

All the things you list doing with your expensive Mercedes can also be done with a 1970 Corolla. Get it?

Mark McCarrion
Mark McCarrion
5 years ago
Reply to  Rumbabird

But that is not true. How many Toyotas can go zero to 60 in 5 seconds? How many can hold 6 passengers in complete leather lined comfort, and also be proudly parked in front of a venue instead of in the back? Your bag is not going to give you any prestige amongst men. Only women, and only those who are impressed by expensive bags. If impressing others is not the reason, then buying one is even more stupid. It can only be a bag. It can’t be luggage, or convert into a tent ot a parachute or an inflatable boat.

Rumbabird
Rumbabird
5 years ago
Reply to  Mark McCarrion

Ah, not sure why you’re on this blog, the reason for existence of which is for people who enjoy handbags to communicate with each other? Obviously you have a visceral distaste for the subject.

Mark McCarrion
Mark McCarrion
5 years ago
Reply to  Rumbabird

Honestly? I just broke up with my girlfriend over a $475.00 bag she bought with my credit card. That is the reason for my angst. I am on the computer (my computer) she used to shop for her bags and post pictures of her with them on Facebook. This blog is a bookmark. I clicked it and got pissed at the comments of those who think it’s perfectly okay to waste somebody’s money on a dumb bag. I applaud the women on here who spend their own money on them, even if I still think the bag is dumb.

Because of her, now I will notice if a woman has a bag that costs more than $200.00 or looks like it does. I will actually ask her now, instead if ignoring it. Expensive bags are just a red flag. With that comes dumb expensive accessories to match the bag, and $100.00 nylon shorts and $500.00 sneakers.

You are right, I don’t belong on this blog.

Rumbabird
Rumbabird
5 years ago
Reply to  Mark McCarrion

Ah, the root of the problem – using your credit card without your permission. Now it’s clear. Many of us women can actually afford to buy our own nice things, believe it or not. I think your anger may be a little misdirected. If my boyfriend used my credit card to go out and buy a nice car (get it) I’d be mad too. But I wouldn’t say buying a nice car is inherently dumb.

Mark McCarrion
Mark McCarrion
5 years ago
Reply to  Rumbabird

That is not the same. Be mad if he spends $100.00 on a screwdriver which is no different than a Craftsman screwdriver found in Home Depot for $6.00. That would be the comparison. The $1000 designer purse can not carry any more than a bag of the same size and color bought for $50.00 at Kohls.

Shhhh
Shhhh
5 years ago
Reply to  Mark McCarrion

It’s also an art form which you fail to see (fashion in general). Beauty enriches our lives which you may not understand and the craftsmanship is on par with your car. Having someone rather than something (machine) produce a product speaks more to me. Moreover, if we ever tire of them many are classics and can be resold. As an economist I personally prefer this over mass produced products that waste our (scarce) resources and end up in landfills in 2 months due to poor quality. What do I know though I’m only a woman who hasn’t a clue about how to spend money or understand its value.

Mark McCarrion
Mark McCarrion
5 years ago
Reply to  Shhhh

Um no. No sewn product of any type is remotely close to the engineering and craftsmanship of even the simplest car. Even a go-kart. And the leather is not going to explain it away either. It takes more craftsmanship to create a tent than a purse.

The cold hard reality of designer bags is marketing genius and women duped by it. A $10,000.00 Birkin does no more than a canvas shopping bag and that bag only holds your stuff.

You gave the same lame justification that my now ex girlfriend gave me for buying her dumb bag. Suggestion: NEVER try and get your husband or boyfriend to “appreciate” your expensive bag. We just don’t want to know how much you wasted on it.

Shhhh
Shhhh
5 years ago
Reply to  Mark McCarrion

I don’t have to try, he does appreciate them as I appreciate the things that he loves. He would never think to belittle the things I enjoy. That is incredibly disrespectful to your partner.

Moreover, creating the design for a bag is the same as painting or sculpting. I doubt you’d share the same sentiments for valued pieces of art work. The price of art is determined by the market for them and their rarity which holds true for designer purses as well. This isn’t the case for all of them but true for many. Too many people value utility over beauty in our society today which is a shame. Architecture is a great example of this. When things are valued solely for their function then it’s easy to dispose of them and again waste those resources.

You value different things which is fine. However, I find it unsettling how you belittle the things that are viewed in our society as “feminine” in nature as frivolous and place more value to those interests which are typically “male”. You don’t realize that you are doing it but you are and it’s a problem because such views tend to translate into other facets of society. We do not need to masculinize our identity, interests, desires or characteristics in order to be respected or viewed as rationale and productive members of society. I’m speaking from what is common in gender roles at the moment for there
are many men who enjoy a good designer purse and other inherently
“female” interests. So really, such views limit both men and women.

It’s a hobby and yes an expensive one but there are many other expensive things and hobbies people use their money for. You’re upset because someone used your money in a way you didn’t agree with. The reality is when you are in a relationship where real love is present there is no mine or yours. Instead everything becomes ours but you also need trust.

Perhaps these passages from Thich Nhat Hanh in How to Love may help…

“In a deep relationship, there’s no longer a boundary
between you and the other person. You are her and she is you. Your
suffering is her suffering. Your understanding of your own suffering
helps your loved one to suffer less. Suffering and happiness are no
longer individual matters. What happens to your loved one happens to
you. What happens to you happens to your loved one.

In true love, there’s no more separation or discrimination. His
happiness is your happiness. Your suffering is his suffering. You can no
longer say, “That’s your problem.”

When you love someone, you have to have trust and confidence. Love
without trust is not yet love. Of course, first you have to have trust,
respect, and confidence in yourself. Trust that you have a good and
compassionate nature.

True love cannot be without trust and respect for oneself and for the other person.”

It seems that she did not have respect for you but it is clear that you did not have any for her.

Mark McCarrion
Mark McCarrion
5 years ago
Reply to  Shhhh

Other than your unhealthy spending perspective when it comes to not-unique “designer bags” which are sold in retail for “X” amount of dollars, you seem like a fascinating woman.

I love art. Adore it. Appreciate it. And designer bags are not art. Their designers are artists, to be sure. But these artists are designing a PRODUCT which is made expressly to be sold at a ridiculously inflated profit. All luxury items (or objets d’ art if you prefer), are carefully marketed to exclusive critics, vendors and marketers after a construct has elevated it’s desirability to it’s highest level. This involves placing it in the hands of the wealthy and powerful for free, publishing models carrying them in elegant venues, entering and exiting premium automobiles and hotels, wearing furs and bedecked with jewelry, etc etc etc. Women who buy these bags are victims. And most are seen as naive and/or materialistic. Just the facts.

When the woman I love spends the equivalent of two weeks salary on a bag, that really makes a bad impression. Even if I were a very wealthy man, which I am not, I would not appreciate this at all. Why just tell you? How about the next time you get a chance, don the most expensive bag you can find in your collection and go to the wealthiest waterhole you can enter. Observe and remember what you see the MEN do. Are they comparing their cars? Some are most are not. What type of men are comparing their cars or even playing the one up game at all? What type does not? Your choices are yours and I cannot shame you for any of them. What I have done is start noticing the type of women who buy these bags and I do not like what I see. Many will actually change which arm the bag is on so that her competitor can clearly see it and be put in her place. Amiright?

Carry your bags proudly.

Gia
Gia
7 years ago
Reply to  Nancy

Here’s how to know he is a keeper….he buys you a luxury bag you want.
If a man bad mouths me about my bag or negative about what I own or how I look…he can suck it! He can hit the road, cuz I deserve a man who encourages and thinks the world of me, if not…see ya.

Mark McCarrion
Mark McCarrion
5 years ago
Reply to  Gia

Here’s how I know when to dump her – when she thinks that spending $1000 on a bag to carry tampons and gum and has no job or education. Usually they are young and pretty and naive. And lack any common sense.

bongkibongki
bongkibongki
6 years ago
Reply to  Gia

well, my partner bought me all my hermes and my chopard watch. She paid my credit card bill too for my jimmy choo. but often times she get mad when the bills is quite high and she told me to sell those hermes I never worn. and I get shamed for my love keeping those purses inside my closet.

Amanda Mull
7 years ago
Reply to  Nancy

Totally agreed. There is definitely a paternalistic motivation to bag-shaming done by men; us lil ladies are too stupid to know how to spend our money, so they have to step in to make sure that the evil fashion industry doesn’t steal more of our dollars that we’re too dim to protect.

Meanwhile, they have golf clubs and video game systems and fancy cars, all of which are totally rational purchases because they work hard and earned their money and can make decisions about it that apparently their wives, girlfriends and daughters are incapable of.

The only people who will make you feel bad for doing something nice for yourself are those who don’t want you to feel like you deserve it.

I could rant about this subject for a long time.

Mark McCarrion
Mark McCarrion
5 years ago
Reply to  Amanda Mull

The golf clubs, video game systems and fancy cars ALL have multiple uses and can be SHARED with others. Your dumb bag is only for you. And to most men it represents a waste of money. Even if it’s your money. When you buy a $4000 bag, you better not expect your man to like it. It is ONLY a bag. That’s it. A bag.

Ever notice how men do not care about or appreciate any of your purses, shoes or jewelry? We are not the targets of such useless luxury branding of clothing items. Men buy quality and fit, not names. A man wearing a $1200 suit is different than one with a $1200 wallet. If any man bought a $4000 briefcase, his man card would be revoked.

mrfixit123
mrfixit123
5 years ago
Reply to  Amanda Mull

A video game system is a few hundred bucks. How can you compare that to a leather bag made to hold makeup and serves no real useful purpose. You can get a one dollar bag that does the same thing. You cannot buy a one dollar car.

The Bag Love
6 years ago
Reply to  Amanda Mull

Amanda I don’t exactly believe that men think us lil ladies toostupid to know how to spend our money. I think they are intimidated by our monkey making. An expensive luxury item like a designer handbag is a piece of power statement. And a woman that carries one, moreover a woman that can afford it herself, is a huge discrepancy in our Patriarchal society. The majority of men can’t stand the fact that there are a lot of women out there that make good money, often even more money than they make. That is not something to be taken lightly. And I believe that is the cause of all the bag shaming, coming both from men and women (women that have succumbed to Patriarchy).

mrfixit123
mrfixit123
5 years ago
Reply to  The Bag Love

Bs. They just show bad judgment. Most women who buy these bags are not millionaires and if they rely on their husband for living costs, do they even care about blowing his hard earned money?

Immodest Goddess
Immodest Goddess
7 years ago
Reply to  Amanda Mull

“The only people who will make you feel bad for doing something nice for yourself are those who don’t want you to feel like you deserve it.”

This is an excellent point.

Jess
Jess
7 years ago

Love that topic.
Apart from my boyfriend nobody knows exactly how much money I spend on bags. My colleagues know that my bags are expensive, but they think they cost $500 or so and I am glad that they are not into fashion and have no idea about the real price tags.
For most people who I know it is absolutely ok to spend $30K on a car, but when I would tell them that I have spent $4K on a bag, they would think I am totally mad.
This is not fair. One of my friends has asked me how much my Chanel bag has cost. I didn’t want to tell him, but I said that it was less than a regular smoker would spend on cigarettes within 4 years.
Yes, I love bags and I spend a lot of money on them. It is my money and I have worked for it. I don’t own a car, I don’t smoke and for more than 10 years I am even sponsoring a child in Chad. So where is the problem?

Mark McCarrion
Mark McCarrion
5 years ago
Reply to  Jess

$4000 on a bag to carry tampons and lipstick and keys? DUMB. $4000. Even though I make enough to buy such a bag for my girlfriend, if she tried to get me to buy it I would dump her for being dumb and clueless. $4000? For an effing BAG?

Bike Pretty
7 years ago
Reply to  Jess

You love beautiful handbags and you don’t own a car. You are my hero!

Amanda
Amanda
7 years ago
Reply to  Jess

I like how you compared it to the cost of smoking. Very smart! I’d rather have a nice bag.

soph
soph
7 years ago
Reply to  Amanda

and bags don’t give you health problems! win win 😉

Y Ajayi
Y Ajayi
7 years ago

I had a friend ask me this weekend if my chanel jumbo required an entire cow for it’s creation??!!! Confused? I was. I am constantly bag shamed by my friends. Thankfully my husband understands the bag purchasing.

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