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Just curious, is there an authentic LV that looks like this?



I wouldn't buy this bag if it did exist though... too teeny tiny

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yes i think there was a bag like that but that one looks fake

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Yes, it does exist. It's called the Mini Sac HL. But the one posted here is fake and .

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Yes, I actually think there is. I'm not really into Vuitton bags, but I think it's the small speedy ? Though I must agree with vintage_pricess, it really looks like a fake to me ..

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Originally posted by BagGal@Apr 19th, 2004 - 10:51 am
Just curious, is there an authentic LV that looks like this?



I wouldn't buy this bag if it did exist though... too teeny tiny
It's DEFINITELY fake

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Fake! The handles are way too long for one thing..

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thanks I knew this was a fake

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This style does exist, but that one you posted is definitely fake!

Here are three authentic:



...I don't know why anyone would ever want this tiny little thing, though...

Maybe to use as a little evening clutch or something :/

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yeah they're cute, but as an evening bag? no way. i think LV is too casual to use as an evening bag, at least any of the coated canvas stuff. stuff like suhali, yes, but not any of the logo stuff.

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there r a few things that tell u that bags fake....

print placement
print colour
and general distorted shape


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Originally posted by brian@Apr 21st, 2004 - 11:00 pm


...I don't know why anyone would ever want this tiny little thing, though...

Maybe to use as a little evening clutch or something :/
exactly what I thought.
but that thing as evening bag? no way

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Originally posted by sbbbjm@Apr 22nd, 2004 - 12:35 am
yeah they're cute, but as an evening bag? no way. i think LV is too casual to use as an evening bag, at least any of the coated canvas stuff. stuff like suhali, yes, but not any of the logo stuff.
I disagree.
those LV logo chain-handled couture bags (SS 04) make great evening bags, so are the small THEDAs.
the Suhali pieces are indeed nice, but a bit too big as evening bags IMO.

as for Monogram Canvas, nope they don't normally make evening bags, but these two definitely are:

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I agree that Monogram is not suitable as an evening bag , especially compared with Vernis. But these little bags are perfect for a Ladies lunch. Or for a daughter's first LV!
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Originally posted by pursenvy@Apr 23rd, 2004 - 6:30 am
I agree that Monogram is not suitable as an evening bag , especially compared with Vernis. But these little bags are perfect for a Ladies lunch. Or for a daughter's first LV!
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lol! I'm only in like (jr) high and I am prob. getting one just to go to the movies and shopping w/ friends cause for a young teenager that doesn't carry much around in a purse besides lip gloss, wallet, and a hair tie don't really wanna lug around a big speedy or something! I do have other larger LV's though, but I hafta get this one, it's so cutttttteeeee! lol

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Originally posted by MissPurple+Apr 22nd, 2004 - 8:18 am--><div class='quotetop'>QUOTE(MissPurple @ Apr 22nd, 2004 - 8:18 am)</div><div class='quotemain'> <!--QuoteBegin-brian@Apr 21st, 2004 - 11:00 pm


...I don't know why anyone would ever want this tiny little thing, though...

Maybe to use as a little evening clutch or something :/
exactly what I thought.
but that thing as evening bag? no way [/b][/quote]
What was I thinking? ;D

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