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I just don't get it, the other day someone asked me how much my bag was, I told them, they were shocked at the amount I'd spent (especially since I was saying what a great deal I had found on it, which it was a great deal). I asked her how much she spent on her not-so-stunning bag, and she said $15.99. Come on! Are you really so cheap that you won't spend more than $20 on a handbag. You will carry it numerous times.

I'm not saying spend thousands, I just don't understand why you wouldn't want to look great with nice things. You could even get a really stylish, not so top designer handbag for like $50 - $60. You can also get a cheaper, out of season designer handbag for like $100 - $200.

I'd say that's the trick, buying not too old, but out of season designer handbags, the price tag gets cut so low compared to original price. They are still top quality, handmade, stunning designer handbags. If you cannot afford to pay the top handbag prices, this is the best step in the right direction. But overall I guess my point is just that I don't understand why you would not want to wear nice things. People who don't know you are judging you by what your wearing, don't you want them to think you look great? For example the Prada Handbag MV633 Pink Vela is available at affordable cost at Designer Purse Shop store. One Designer Bag Is Never Enough Shopping with my boyfriend, I spotted my weakness, a cute bag on sale, immediately picking it up without a second thought I marched over to the cashier to buy it.

My boyfriend seemed stunned, his point of view was that I had just got a new bag, and was yet to need another. From my point of view, I was stunned, how could I not need another designer purses and handbag? Sure I did just buy a new bag, quite an expensive one at that, but that does not mean I could not use another one. You can always use another designer handbag! After our little debate I ended up not buying the bag, not because I didn't need it, but because it really was not my style and I probably would never have worn it anyway.

This means I guess I didn't really need it. Why is it though as soon as we see a sale we just have to buy it, without a second thought, let alone logic? We could have thousands of designer handbags and still want more. .

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