It’s a sad day. The timeless everyday Michael Kors bag that I bought as an investment buy is no more. I’m returning it after just 6 months of using it because the stitching along the top seam has come undone and the leather came apart.
Thankfully the shop where I bought this handbag is happy to refund my money. I’m really grateful for that as I’d invested over £200 in this bag, with the justification that it was a classic item that I would be using for years and years. Unfortunately it doesn’t really count as a great investment when it breaks after just 6 months! I’m still not sure whether it was a faulty item or whether the design just wasn’t great – Michael Kors didn’t confirm whether it was a common problem or not. I’m a little bit sad about it though, as it was meant to be a bit of a treat from me to myself to celebrate my new job, so it’s a real shame that it didn’t work out. Has anyone had any similar problems with items they’d bought as investments?
Anyway I’ve now bought this similarly timeless bag from Oasis, which I think will do much better and which only cost me £40.
And as a bit of a replacement treat I have bought myself some Ray-Ban Folding Wayfarers which I just love! Sunglasses tend to last me years (I’ve still got the Armani pair I bought when I graduated), and these are so light and comfortable, plus the fact they fold up really small is so handy.
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