jimmy choo clutch

Ok, I am sure you are thinking to yourself, ‘Get it together, this Jimmy Choo clutch ordeal is getting old’. But I just can not help it. There is an array of versions available and I am completely bummed that I was too lame to nab the shocking blue before it sold out on NAP, so I am woefully basking in my misery and oogling over the new versions. Now I can drool over the shinier patent leather versions and attempt not to punch in my CC numbers to buy one. Version on the left is the Jimmy Choo Mave Leather Clutch in pewter antique mirror. This version also contains a suede panel ans silver square in the middle along with a foldover top. Lilac trim is the perfect clincher on this metallic beauty and price point is $975 at NAP. Version on the right is the slightly larger Jimmy Choo Marin Oversized Clutch which boasts walnut patent leather with suede panels on the back. A brass ring on the front along with a zip compartment on the bottom finish this larger version off at NAP for $1375.

Which do you prefer, if either? Or would you rather I just drop it? (Although I may choose to ignore your wishes :wink: )

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  • william

    The plum version from Saks is best.

  • catpower

    i agree plum is delicious. :grin:

  • Joan

    Plum version is the best, makes me want to hold it.

  • Bag Snob Tina

    hi megs!
    i must have read your mind because next month, Bag Snob is giving away a Jimmy Choo foldover clutch in ELECTRIC blue. better yet, it’s the larger Marin size worth $1,375. no, no, don’t drop it- it’s fab! i have it in white and use it constantly. you must sign up for it!!!

  • suzannah

    hmmmn, i’m losing my grip,’cause i think it’s like something you can find in any East-Berlin secondhand shop-I’m sorry…