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Enjoy your new Bays! There is nothing quite like the smell of a lovely new Mulberry bag.
Yes, the smell is amazing. I'm kind of addicted to it.

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Just received my Bayswater! It is beautiful, and I know what you mean about the smell... It reminds me of horses and saddles but in a strangely nice way!

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Oh, enjoy. It's so nice toting a nice fresh bag around town! Although the good thing about Mulberry is they look just as good when they get all beaten up and vintage!

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Could anyone advise me? I am stuck between the East West Bayswater and the small Bayswater satchel. I am quite small, so would prefer not to lug the regular Bayswater around with me. At most I carry a purse, phone, small paperback book, and a few small odds and ends with me at any time. Has anyone used either of these bags recently?

I do prefer the satchel strap, and had originally considered an Alexa, but there's something so compact about the Bayswater that attracts me more.

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Hi Lapin...here's me with my Bayswater satchel. I'm 5"1 so am pretty petite and the satchel doesn't seem too big on me. I carry my wallet, a phone, a book, sunnies and keys and they all fit fine in the bag. One thing I would say is if you overstuff it, the strap starts to weight down and hurt your shoulder quite quickly.




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Thank you Liv Liv! It looks exquisite, and exactly as I had hoped, size-wise. I like that it can be worn both practically and elegantly, too. It is actually the perfect sized bag for me. I am hoping to possibly purchase a black one
I also adore your dress.

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Liv Liv: the bag looks so great on you!!

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Wow beautiful bag!!

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Thanks guys! I'm really pleased with it and hope to be using it for a long time to come.

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Has anyone seen this bag in real life? I keep searching for different images of it to view it from all angles but there appear to be none online.

Hope you can help! x



mulberry.com

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I really want to buy a Black Alexa but I'm not sure if I should get the regular one or the oversized version.

Is the regular one big enough to use as an every day bag?
Is the oversized one as roomy & heavy as the Bayswater?

TIA.

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The oversized one is not as heavy as Bayswater but definitely as roomy. I would definitely pay 100 or so euros more for the oversized one, the smaller one just doesn't worth its price tag when you can get the big one for such a small money difference.

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100 euros?!!
Where are you buying your Mulberry's?! I'm obviously paying way too much lol

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Has anybody used this site?

http://www.ukmulberry-bags.com/index.php

hmm why are they so cheap? fake?

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Fake fake fake. Don't waste your money on there! If it seems to be good to be true it usually is. The real Mulberry online store is mulberry.com.

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