Friday, February 13, 2009

Purse Tag

My fellow blogger diva Tara tagged me for the purse game thing.
1) Post a picture of whatever bag you are carrying as of late. No, you cannot go up to your closet and pull out that cute little purse you used back before you had kids. I want to know what you carried today or the last time you left the house. No cheating!

2) I want to know how much it cost:) And this is not to judge. This is for entertainment purposes only. So spill it. And if there is a story to go along with how you obtained it, I’d love to hear it.

3) Tag some chicks. And link back to this post so people know why the heck you’re showing everyone your bag.

So here we go with mine...

This is my Kate Spade bag that I've had for forever yet just decided to really use it about a month ago. It's made of great leather and I love it! I bought it used at My Sister's Closet a few years ago for probably $55 or something like that.

I tag:

Le Petite


bj said...

What a fun posting...and I love your purse.
I am away from home (staying with grands) and no camera so I can't do a pic. of my purse, which, is my very favorite in the world...not a name brand...almost about to wear out. I saw one in a thrift store the other day that I nearly broke my neck getting over to see it. When I did pick it up, it ws 175.00..I could not believe it but daughter said it was a designer bag (can't remember the name, of course) that generally sells for $500 big ones...GOOD GRIEF...

Ginger said...

I like your purse too. I've always bought purses on sale usually for around $20. But a couple of years ago in Vegas I went to an outlet store and bought a Coach bag for $150. Whew...not my style usually, lol. But I love the bag and it will outlast me.

Ginger said...

I forgot to tell left a comment on my blog about my Valentine Giveaway...that was last week, sorry. And the winner was Chris of Chris's corner.

Taryn said...

Did you buy it at my sister's closet, or in your sister's closet? My dad always teases my sister and I about shopping in each others' closets.