The mistake of browsing Piperlime

I’ve been wanting to make a purchase on Piperlime.  It’s part of the Gap stores (Gap, Old Navy, Banana Republic, Piperlime and Athleta), so when a friend of mine asked about Gap, it was almost instinctive to click on Piperlime.

Piperlime has all the things a little lady like me wants.  The bags, the shoes, and the Rachel Zoe picks.  I mean, come on.  She’s the most sought after stylist in Hollywood and the fact that she gives her two cents worth means this store is fashionable, stylish and (because of its consortium) affordable!  So yeah, I did some Web window shopping of my own.

I love that this bag transforms to however I want it to.

I have always loved Kate Spade for her colors, but most of the time, I can't really "work" them. I'm not a color gal. Imagine my glee upon seeing this big bowed beauty. Ahhhh. Just precious.

The next bags are all Marc by Marc Jacobs.  Because these are the most perfect bags.  Ever.  EVER.

It's a nylon bag! I know! A stylish nylon bag that allows you to carry around anything! And it has a bag tag! So it's yours really! (That last statement is just a weak argument.)

If it's still not obvious, I love bags that transform. The soft leather, the messenger, the hand bag. The color is even something I don't usually pick, but somehow it looks formal and casual at the same time. Smart bags always have that trait.

It's an orange messenger bag! Or rust. I just love the color. Hahahaha.

I am now in pursuit of finding someone who can purchase for me these bags.  I do not intend to buy them all at once — my government salary prevents me from doing so — but if these were gifted to me, who am I to refuse?!

I know right. :D


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