My mom is the “Leave it to Beaver” mother, she is Mrs. Cleaver. This is not a bad thing at all; I love my mom more than anything in world. When I was younger my mom used to try to teach me so many things she was so skilled at, and one of them was sewing. My mom actually used to make her clothes. I, very unlike my mom in this matter, buy my clothes. She always got annoyed to see price tags on things I bought and told me, “Why, I could have done that myself! You wouldn’t even know the difference.” Sad fact is she actually can. While I was interested in learning to sew and mend, I realized I was not skilled in that area. My stitching was always horrendous and I did not care to learn about the names of stitches, etc etc. I just wanted to buy my clothes.
After reading that lovely little story I am sure you wonder where I am going with it. Well I came across this designer bag that looks like something I would do. The Versace Large Corset Laced Show Bag made me think about craft projects I did when I was younger. You see my sewing was never very good, but my mom loved it and told me how proud she was of me. She saw it all for something totally different (I don’t understand that, my patchwork was just awful!). But I think I feel the same way about this Versace bag. While it may look like something we could all make, it is actually a beautiful piece of art. Featuring a lot of different beauty, the bag is adorned in suede, calf hair, lizard-stamped leather, and smooth leather. Showing off all the detail is polished gold metal hardware and racy corset lacing on the front. A really cool addition is the golden Medusa dangling off the front of the bag. The straps are a chunky gold metal chain strap with a leather shoulder piece which only adds more flare. The interior is lined with black silk and contains a patch pocket, zipped pocket, and golden Versace plaque. I love this bag because it manifests the beauty of black with exotic detailing and a plethora of luxurious materials. Add this alluring bag to your collection for $2,688 via eLuxury.
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