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Friday, September 2, 2016

Louis Vuitton Monogram Jungle Dots Neverfull

I'm so excited to be sharing with you gals this month's new bag from Bagdujour. Just in case you haven't seen my previous posts about this wonderful service, Bagdujour is a designer bag borrowing service which allows you to borrow authentic bags every month and has a large variety of designers to choose from such as Saint Laurent, Chanel, Balenciaga, etc. They were kind enough to send me this Louis Vuitton Monogram Jungle Dots Neverfull which has their timeless logo all over it while still remaining modern and unique with it's red dots and pink tropical print. Ever since I got it, I've received so many compliments and I'm pretty sure it's because no one has seen a Louis Vuitton bag in this design before and neither have I! Is it flashy? Sure. But if you're like me and have a closet filled with solids and basics then I'm sure you can switch things up a little bit. 


The leather is silky smooth (but then again what else do you expect from such a prestigious brand?) and I fell in love with the interior which is striped and blush pink with the brand written inside of it in cursive. Even though this is a bag borrowing service, the bags are in like-new condition and there are no stains or signs of damage to worry about. 
I was surprised to find that it also comes with a wristlet with a blush pink zipper which I've been using as a wallet. It's almost like receiving two bags since you can totally use the wristlet separately since it perfectly fits all of your essentials such as cards, car keys, and your phone. 
I'm just so impressed with this service and can't wait to borrow more bags from them! I just haven't been disappointed with anything and even the shipping is super quick. Just in case you're looking to buy a bag instead of borrowing, Bagdujour has a large selection of bags for sale as well so make sure to take a look. 



Thanks for reading, 


-Ruya


(Product received for testing purposes courtesy of Bagdujour. All opinions are mine.)
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