Now, onto the little LV discussion:
I have never been that into Louis Vuittons because I don’t like their emphasis on their logo and quite frankly, I find the price tag to be ridiculous. I also think that at this point, it is a little unoriginal to own one of those monogram bags. One look and someone will be able to tell how much your bag is and conjure up in her mind the list of people she knows with that same bag. For designer wearers, a monogram LV says, I have one too. For those not into designer-wears, the bag says, you know I am an LV so look at me. I have always felt that wearing an LV, I would be judged prematurely.
Now, there are the bags without the monogram, but I think they can get a little boring. If you are going to purchase an LV, why not make it worth the money? This new Louis Vuitton Antheia Hobo may just solve all the problems. It is made of luxuriously soft lambskin leather and has embroidered flower monogram that doesn’t scream, look at me. It’s classy and subtle while maintaining all its LV goodness. But hey, what do I know? Maybe I am just partial to the slouchy lambskin.
At a price of nearly $3000 though, I know I won’t be purchasing this bag.