Ask anyone that knows me (including Megs and Vlad) – I’ve never had much of a problem forming an opinion. About pretty much anything, in fact. I was captain of the debate team in high school. I took lots of comparative lit classes in college because their assignments usually involved forming an opinion on a book and then arguing it in a paper.
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I’m in a big Yves Saint Laurent mood lately, and I’m not sure why. Normally, I like things that are a bit weirder, a bit flashier, or just a bit more unexpected. Which is not to say that YSL is boring, but their aesthetic is normally just a bit more tailored and simple than my own.
I keep finding YSL bags that I really like in the past couple of weeks, however, and the Yves Saint Laurent Deerskin Hobo is the most recent.
I really hate to admit that Heidi Montag inspired me to do or say or think ANYTHING, but in this case of the Yves Saint Laurent Y Tote, I have to admit, she did. I wrote about her carrying this particular bag a few days ago on Bag That Style, and ever since I saw it, I’ve been intrigued.
Are you starting to plan for this year’s holiday parties yet? Yeah, me neither. However, if you are, I think I’ve found a clutch you might like. Yes, I was without a doubt a bit speechless when I came across the Yves Saint Laurent Satin Ribbon Clutch. I’m sure you’ve picked up on my handbag two-step thought process. Step one, do I like it?
There is a brand that continues to churn out stunning wearable bags season after season, and it is Yves Saint Laurent. After the YSL Muse took the handbag world by storm, being one of the “it” bags during “it”-dom, the brand decided to follow up with the Muse Two. The difference between the two is in the style, with the Muse Two standing out as a chic toned-down version of the Muse.
For a couple years Vlad and I were constantly on the go. Traveling back and forth across the Atlantic often, traveling back and forth from Ohio to Florida, and then everywhere and anywhere else. I actually prefer not traveling so often. I like being in one place, having my suit case in a closet and not permanently on stand-by for the next trip.
Yves Saint Laurent Tanger Large Tote
Using satin for a handbag can lead to the material snagging, getting dirty, and wearing much quicker than a studier material like leather. But on some bags, satin seems to look so beautiful. YSL bags define their beauty in simplicity. The designs are not ground-breaking, but the designs incorporate the YSL touch on a very wearable piece.
Yves Saint Laurent Small Downtown Tote
We have already covered the YSL Downtown Tote. This style made its way into the YSL lineup when YSL finally came back into the handbag market, having bags that were deemed “it” bags rather than eclectic non-wearable for the masses bags. But there is something that YSL does that so many other designers do, that sometimes I just don’t get; they reinvent a good design again and again and again.
There is something about the Holiday Season that gets me all excited. I don’t know if it is the shopping, the sales, the parties, the presents, the overall good mood people seem to be in (minus crazy last minute shoppers) or a combination of it all. Either way, I am thrilled that the Holiday Season is quickly approaching. I personally love holiday parties.
Yves Saint Laurent Large Soft Top Handle Shopper
I most recently have fallen in love with a specific YSL bag. Remember when I covered the YSL Volcano Tote? I ended up seeing it in Saks last week in pewter and I fell in love again. PEWTER! You know, that beautiful shimmery gray color that I obsess over. In fact, pewter is one of our colors for our wedding (though finding pewter bridesmaid dresses has proven to be much more difficult than anticipated).