Whoever says that you can’t buy happiness certainly doesn’t know what she is talking about especially if she hasn’t experienced that euphoric feeling of having a handbag in tow. And well hey, you can always buy your bag your happiness with the Louis Vuitton Kensington Bowling Bag.
A signature bag like no other, this Louis Vuitton leather creation is sporty, chic, and modern rolled into one. Sporting the premier Damier canvas, it is refined with precious little details such as a signature ‘V’ in polished metal, rich leather gusset yokes and patches and a whole lot more.
This is one modern bag that has a lot of things going on for you can carry it by hand with its two puffed handles or over the shoulder with its removable and adjustable shoulder strap.
Looking inside, it has 2 side pockets, an inside flat pocket and a double smartphone pocket for easy organization.
Oh yes, there is also a tote version of this bag, we’ve featured it some time ago. This Bowling version has been just released. It’s crafted for those that need more space.
READ: Louis Vuitton Kensington Tote Bag
It measures 13.8′ x 15′ x 5.9′ (L x H x W) inches and is priced $2220 USD or €1640 euro
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Did you had viewed this model Louis Vuitton handbags yet? Named Bowling Vanity LV bag, it was coming this year as a part of Louis Vuitton Fall Winter 2014 Collection, but we were never informed about its true name.
Lots of brand new and classic model bags including the Petite Malle bags in the Fall LV bags Collection, and the upcoming Louis Vuitton Bowling Vanity bag in a true legacy, a piece of art and an eye catching accessory that’s different than many Louis Vuitton bags that we are used to. Available two style including Tweed and Tuffetage now and you can grab them at purselvforum.com for discount!
Louis Vuitton Bowling Vanity Tweed
Measuring 11’ x 8.6’ x 4.3’
Colors available are Vert and Blue
Priced at $4,550 USD
Louis Vuitton Bowling Vanity Tuffetage
Measuring 11’ x 8.6’ x 4.3’
Colors available: Blue
Priced at $5,550 USD
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In the South, we’re a little weird about college football. If any of you grew up or went to college south of the Mason-Dixon line, you’re already aware of this phenomenon. Not only do our college teams garner much more ardent support than any of our professional teams, but people devote themselves to their Alma maters with an emotional vigor that is rare to find elsewhere in all of sports.
So what’s this got to do with handbags, you say? Well, today is opening day of the 2008 college football season, and although most of the games aren’t until Saturday, a few will be televised tonight and kick off (literally) the happiest 12 weeks of the year for this sports fan. Not only that, but this time of year brings about an odd dressing conundrum for all female football fans that support schools in the South.
Because here, you can’t just wear *anything* to a game. We dress up for football like some people dress up for church – and we do it in our team’s colors. Some schools (particularly those where orange figures prominently, bleh) have a harder time of it than others, and I like to think that my school chose wisely. I am an alumni of The University of Georgia, and our colors are red and black. I’ve bought an untold number of dresses, pairs of shoes, and pieces of jewelry in red and black, thinking, “Great! I can wear this on game day!” In reality, there are only 6 or 7 home games per year, and I have more sundresses and red jewelry than I could ever hope to wear to them.
Not everyone understands the desire to dress up for a football game, but in the South, it’s a tradition – my mother and father did it decades before me (at Auburn and UGA, respectively), and it’s a custom that I’m proud to carry on. It harkens back to an era when social events, including football games, were worthy of proper dressing, and also an era where women didn’t go outside in sweatpants with words on their bottoms. Obviously, this tradition was made for me.
One thing that’s very important for a put-together look, as all of you know, is a great bag, and it’s no less important on game days. A good, functional, fashionable bag can make or break the day since keeping your things with you and safe while traipsing from tailgate to tailgate is essential if you want to eventually make it inside the game (tickets! Guard the tickets!).
My personal pick? The Louis Vuitton Epi Leather Bowling Montaigne PM in red (Louis Vuitton is more common at southern football games than you’d think). Epi leather is rigid and durable, and the bag would probably be weighty enough to use to smack an opposing fan in the head. The PM size would be small enough to tuck safely under the bleacher and the zip-top closure would keep things safely inside where the bag to tip over or fall off a seat (because if you lose your ticket, the world ends). And the color? Pure, Bulldawg red.
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