(In my defense, I had to watch something. I tried Antiques Roadshow, but believe me, that just made it worse.)
But since she got back home, we have been junk shopping like mad. (Boy, have we been finding some really good stuff!) I've been listing our new finds left and right in the Etsy shop. We're both getting ready to start teaching again -- she's really the teacher, I just have one class. And the blog has been suffering. You know, for example, a Radar post on Friday...
Anyway, in the middle of all this, we sold this bag on Etsy:
It's a super sweet frame handbag by Dover, and it has a lovely new home in Texas. However, while I was bringing this bag from our storage studio to the house, I got several offers from people wanting to purchase it. When I told them it was sold, they asked, "Do you have any more?"
Oooooookaaaaayyyyy....What's that about? And then I checked the stats on Etsy. This bag's views spiked last Saturday. A major spike.
And then I remembered what one lady who wanted to buy this bag said -- she said, "I'm all about a red bag right now." So I looked it up, and lo and behold! EVERYBODY'S about a red bag this fall!
I feel like I am so behind the curve! But maybe it's because I'm ALWAYS about a red bag. Red is my favorite color, and if given the choice, I will always pick it.
So here's my roundup of designer bags to drool over. Look at these, and then just go to Etsy or your local antique store and buy a vintage one. I mean, ours was only $18. That's a steal!
|Roberto Cavalli, Fall 2013|
|Marchesa clutches, Fall 2013|
|Dolce and Gabbana, Fall 2013|
|All Valentino, Fall 2013|
|Alexander McQueen, Fall 2013|