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"Vintage" Jil - released just prior to her leaving the label after it was sold to Prada. Made in Italy. Lush material - cotton is like a soft tee. I have really only worn it once or twice. It's always been a bit too small for me. Size is EU46 - while it fits TTS, it is also a slim fit. If you are between 46 and 48, it'd be too small for you. Price includes shipping ConUS locations and PP fees. P2P - 17.5" $99 > 85 > 75 > 70 > 65
^ Personally, I'd go for the Filson 256. The new version in navy looks fab. It'd also last much longer vs the Ecoalf. Disclaimer: I am not a fan of nylon, and my personal experience with Filson bags, as a daily user, has been great.
Only used 2-3 times to work. Decided I'd just stick to a briefcase type of bag. More info here: http://www.ernestalexander.com/shop/bags/mercer-leather-messenger?product=2 It's the same bag! Made in USA. Like new condition. Free shipping to conus locations.
Brand new with tag! Approximately 16" x 12" x 5" (widest at bottom) and 3" (narrowest at top) Free shipping to conus locations.
Used 2-3 times to carry stuff to work so it's only seen my office and my passenger seat. Here's more info + measurements: http://www.norsestore.com/commodity/14310-ally-capellino-jimmy-luggage Still in great condition! Price includes shipping to contiguous US locations and PP fees. US$299>270>250
^ My mother bought two big suitcases made out of buffalo leather from Spain years ago. We have been thinking about using the leather to make bags!
I agree. I have a pair of navy Nycos, my first piece of clothing from Outlier, and the quality is very impressive. Yes, slim cuts though.
A stockist is offering some nice deals on Ernest Alexander bags: http://www.ebay.com/sch/indianaleather/m.html?_nkw=&_armrs=1&_from=&_ipg=&_trksid=p3686
I have a couple of the florals from this series. They are great shirts!
Smaller and cheaper: http://roztayger.com/sale_product_detail/brown_shoulder_bag_by_ro
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