Bag Talk: LV’s Neverfull

January 25, 2018

I’ve never been a big fan of LV. I think it’s due to having received items from LV growing up and design not being so spectacular (though leather quality has always been pretty decent), so the specialness of it kind of wore off on me.

I needed a more “big” bag, but not too big, so I thought the Neverfull MM was perfect for my new daily bag.

I have the NeverFull bag in Damier Azur with the Rosalina ballerina interior.

Neverfull MM’s Specifications (taken from LV’s website):
– 12.6 x 11.4 x 6.7 inches
– Redesigned interior with Louis Vuitton archive details
– Textile-lined inside pocket
– Removable zippered clutch with matching interior
– Natural cowhide leather trim
– Golden color metallic pieces

This bag has served me well! I think it’s a mix of the studying I’ve been doing recently, so it has been useful to have a bag the fit all the things I need without having to carry a backpack. Normally, I don’t mind using my backpack, but the only thing I really carry when I have been studying lately has been my iPad, a notebook, and a potch with writing utensils.

Things currently in this bag:

On the other hand, I also got a bag organizer. Finding a bag organizer took a while, but I ended up purchasing it from Amazon.The bag itself isn’t that structured, but the organizer helps keeps the bag’s shape and makes it easier to find items. It does add a bit more weight to the bag, but it’s not a bag that I go around and use as I stroll so it doesn’t bother me too much. When I do use the bag organizer, I am unable to put my laptop in. Whenever I want to bring my laptop, I end up using a bag shaper.

Overall thoughts: 

I bought this bag mainly because I thought it would be a good, large bag, but also I wanted to rotate my daily Alexander McQueen Padlock bag (I have the medium version — it doesn’t fit my laptop but iPad is fine). This is probably the biggest bag I own! What are your thoughts on the Neverfull?




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