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  • ElainePG

    The Tessie Hobo has lovely-looking leather… smooshy and elegant. The strap is a bit short, though… on the web site pictures, the bag looks very awkward tucked under the (6-foot-tall) model’s arm. And just imagine how it would look on the 90% of us who aren’t tall enough to play Women’s Basketball!

  • ivy

    I cant believe they actually lowering the price. Its really not a smart move. Instead of aiming or maintain as a luxurious brand, they now positioned themselves like coach, michael kors, tory burch, etc etc.

    Why cant the follow lv marketing way with no discount, only sell at boutique and of course improve their quality (probably thicker leather). I just cant see Mulberry as a luxurious brand now :(.

    • Regina George

      shed up

    • Cherryorchard

      If Mulberry went further the way of LV, they’d find themselves out of business very soon. Mulberry is a dinky, casual luxury brand – trying to go for the high profile image by simply jacking up the prices is what alienated their most loyal customers in the first place. Now they’re trying to fix things. I can’t say they’re doing a great job since the bags look very much like 90’s Mulberry my old aunts carry. I would like to see something more youthful and fresh in the future.

      • XXL

        I agree. These purses didn’t break any new grounds but I think it’s because they lack a creative director. These few were meant to make a statement that Mulberry no longer has its head in the clouds (imo). And they’re probably “just tryna get by” their low point by releasing a few affordable purses. Hopefully this will get the attention of a great creative director.

  • Regina George

    Looks like someone finally came to their senses! Off to make a dent in my bank account!

  • shueaddict

    As a Mulberry fan this is wonderful news. I know so many British girls for which Mulberry was the first designer bag. I felt alienated with the issue of the 3000 EURO striped Willow last season. It’s nice to see them going back to basics; they held a nice niche for quite some time.

  • peachbee

    I think they look kind of boring and dated. Not really for me, I’m afraid.

  • This is good news. After they released that Willow bag for $2600 I was so confused about whether they were a lux brand or contemporary brand or something else. Most of their bags are $1000-2000 rangs so it was strange to have something priced at $2600.

  • LC

    Not really a fan of Mulberry. They look outdated. For a bag at $1000 I’d rather get a Gucci or LV. Or spend less for a Tory/Rebecca Minkoff/Kate Spade bag.