Over the last decade I have been mindful of how I build my handbag collection, putting many hours into researching the top popular handbags that I purchased (and okay, a few impulse buys here or there as well). In 2019 I added a few game changers to my collection, such as my replica Louis Vuitton bag, Gucci Marmont bag, and a Hermes bag. Why do I consider them game changers? Because I had them on my wishlist for years and to finally be able to purchase them felt like such an accomplishment. Those pieces were instrumental in my collection feeling “complete”.
In addition to my many acquisitions the year prior, I had about a dozen other premier designer bags in my collection already and another dozen or so contemporary designer bags. I naively hoped that when I fulfilled the obsession of obtaining the Onthego, I would magically be done and the desire to buy more handbags would subside. After all, I had obtained every replica LV bag I had on my “must-list” within my budget, so why would I want to add another replica bag into the mix?
Like any purse addict knows, the desire to buy something new is hard to shake. I have a closet full of beautiful replica bags that I am very fortunate to be able to own, and yet I still find myself thinking about what’s next? Nearly immediately after buying my Chanel Classic Handbag 2.55 Shoulder, I became obsessed with the idea of owning a Chanel Flap .
Unfortunately for me, and my replica Louis Vuitton wallet, I know that I’m never going to stop buying bags all together. The thing is, replica handbags are a thing of comfort and familiarity for me, and the joy that I get from them isn’t solely associated with the act of purchasing of them.