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Eye on the Prize

2012 March 15

This week has been insanely busy for me. I was slammed with work, busy with the fabulous Lizzie Sorensen on the redesign of my blog (you like?!?), planning Little D’s upcoming 5th, and now my sister is rolling into town for a last-minute weekend visit from Montreal.

So what’s one to do when you are busy, stressed and having trouble staying motivated?

Keep your eye on the prize, of course.

In my world, that means handbags. When I get a new client, score on my tax return, heck, if it’s a random Wednesday and I feel like spoiling myself, I turn to handbags first.

And these are just some of the ones I have my eye on this month. Any of them would be a fabulous prize, don’t you think?

Clockwise from top left:

MIU MIU Grained Leather Tote – love the polished pink.

Tory Burch Robinson Leather Shoulder Bag – small in size, not in style.

Maison Martin Margiela Studded Leather Tote – how to make studded leather work for every day.

Mulberry Jersey Tote – there’s a donkey on it. Need I say more?

Bottega Veneta Crinkled and intrecciato leather shoulder bag – would I ever really spend $4000 on a handbag? No. But a girl can dream, and she should always dream of Bottega…

Chloé Paraty Leather Bag – it’s Chloé. And it’s damn near perfect.

*All photos via Net a Porter

3 Responses leave one →
  1. March 16, 2012

    It is so much fun working with you! Can’t wait for the full reveal of the brand new website with all of the little touches. – lizzie

    (p.s. i love ALL of the bags!)


  2. March 16, 2012

    I think the blog is shaping up quite nicely. Great work you two.
    That Chloe bag is pretty perfect. It’s on my “a girl can dream” list.
    Have a great weekend! (Reboot as soon as you can.) xx

  3. March 17, 2012

    Love the re-design!!! Also, I have my eye on a yellow Bottega. It sadly went on Rue La La while I was in Las Vegas and I missed it. I actually cried.

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