Professional Replica Louis Vuitton Jeune Fille #19427 Long Shoulder Monogram Canvas along with Vachetta Leather Cross Body Bag

By | June 15, 2018


For me, this tote is still a pass, but I could see it being loved by others–we would like to know if you’d love it or abandon it at the comments.A brand new year always means new things on the purse front, and a few days ago we seen one that excited us : the Louis Vuitton Neonoe Bag, among the brand’s most popular new designs and an ideal example of the strong direction where the brand is headed, now comes in leather. Epi leather, to be exact, and six colours of it.The Neonoe has always been aimed toward a few trends that Mansur Gavriel started: the trend for minimalist bucket bags, and secondly, the tendency for contrasting, pop-of-color lining. Five of those six Epi colors now available have another colour on the inside, with black being the only shade to go completely monotone. Measurements for the Epi and monogram Neonoes appear to have been shot differently and I am not sure which set is true, but based on photographs, the two bags do seem to be roughly the same size, which can be a bit more than 10″ across. Additionally they have the exact same interior structure, with a centre zip pocket that divides the main compartment into two equally sized chunks. That’s a huge aid and a wise design feature for a bucket bag, which can otherwise be a thing of a black hole to your possessions.Other compared to the substance, the largest gap between the Epi and monogram Neonoes is in the handle. The Epi comes with an adjustable shoulder strap just enjoy the monogram has, and this can be abbreviated from shoulder handle or lengthened for crossbody, but it also has a top handle, in the event you need to carry the bag from the crook of your arm. Both straps are totally removable, and they can also but attached to the bag concurrently, which gives carriers a good set of flexible options.Because it’s made of leather, of course, that the Epi Neonoe is also more expensive than the original; this one is priced at $2,080, as opposed to $1,450 for monogram.

For me, this tote is still a pass, but I could see it being loved by others–we would like to know if you’d love it or abandon it at the comments.A brand new year always means new things on the purse front, and a few days ago we seen one that excited us : the Louis Vuitton Neonoe Bag, among the brand’s most popular new designs and an ideal example of the strong direction where the brand is headed, now comes in leather. Epi leather, to be exact, and six colours of it.The Neonoe has always been aimed toward a few trends that Mansur Gavriel started: the trend for minimalist bucket bags, and secondly, the tendency for contrasting, pop-of-color lining. Five of those six Epi colors now available have another colour on the inside, with black being the only shade to go completely monotone. Measurements for the Epi and monogram Neonoes appear to have been shot differently and I am not sure which set is true, but based on photographs, the two bags do seem to be roughly the same size, which can be a bit more than 10″ across. Additionally they have the exact same interior structure, with a centre zip pocket that divides the main compartment into two equally sized chunks. That’s a huge aid and a wise design feature for a bucket bag, which can otherwise be a thing of a black hole to your possessions.Other compared to the substance, the largest gap between the Epi and monogram Neonoes is in the handle. The Epi comes with an adjustable shoulder strap just enjoy the monogram has, and this can be abbreviated from shoulder handle or lengthened for crossbody, but it also has a top handle, in the event you need to carry the bag from the crook of your arm. Both straps are totally removable, and they can also but attached to the bag concurrently, which gives carriers a good set of flexible options.Because it’s made of leather, of course, that the Epi Neonoe is also more expensive than the original; this one is priced at $2,080, as opposed to $1,450 for monogram.


These bags are very similar, and also distinct, in quite a few ways. I will explain each of them individually and then review the bag itself, setting the dimensions aside. Make sure you see my comparison video, of these two bags, in my youtube station HERE and see my Saint Laurent Sac de Jour review here.For Christmas at 2012 (my senior year in high school), Jay gifted me my very first Louis Vuitton slice, which was nothing other than the Speedy… I’d dreamed of the handbag for decades, and although I really don’t find it very as functional, I would not exchange it for the world. These days, if I hand to urge 1 designer “newcomer” handbag, it are the Louis Vuitton Neverfull. Fast forward two years, I had completed my associates degree and just got accepted to the 4 year school of my dreams, The College of William and Mary. I was so excited-and let us be real, I had been proud, really proud– and that I could not wait to start courses that Spring 2014 semester. My cousin went to William & Mary, and I just prayed one day I’d get the chance to study there also. My parent supported me during that entire process, and the trying years to follow, and amazed me with my next Louis Vuitton bag for a present! A little over two years after, a few weeks after graduation, I wanted to treat myself to something for a graduation gift, since those two years were not the best. Obviously, I did a lot of learning in the books, also about myself during this time. I wanted a bag that I could take the summer months, which would be versatile and easy to keep. I understood, after a short amount of thought, that I wanted to purchase the Louis Vuitton Neverfull MM in the Damier Azur printing. Especially after seeing the Rose Ballerine interior. Can we say magnificent? There was instant that I believed I might have wanted a Céline luggage bag, but I simply don’t know they’re “timeless investment” like the Louis Vuitton bags. So I purchase the bag and now we’re here to compare them!


  • Next, I always always carry notebooks around with me in my handbag (I have done this since I was a little girl!) . I love to keep To do lists, packing lists, etc., and at times random jolts of inspiration will hit while I am out and I want somewhere to jot them down. I picked these up notebooks from Target in the office supplies section. The polka dotted one states “Goal Digger” – they’re adorable & a reminder to go after your dreams!I also carry a couple of pens – my mom bought me the adorable Golden Retriever pen so that it’s sentimental to me! My favorite pen to write with predicated on caliber is this Acroball pen from Target. I’ve got a zillion of these all over my home and they are the only pens I will use.You can always find a pair of shades in my bag! My favorites are now such Celine aviators. I have been wearing them nonstop, they are really lightweight and match my face perfectly!I’m the lady that constantly has snacks stashed in her tote – I’m always out running errands and realize I am starving! I like these 100 calorie packs of whole almonds & walnuts (occasionally I buy only the almonds) because they are a fast, healthful snack. I’m now hoping to avoid processed foods as much as you can, which explains why I turn to whole nuts instead of a granola bar or some thing processed!Next is this stunning Louis Vuitton Pallas wallet which I picked up in Charleston. I really don’t use this wallet daily because I typically use my key pouch – however I bought it to use on some forthcoming trips. I think it will be a fantastic travel wallet, particularly if you’re going out of the country! The two photos above show the front and back view. I really like how the “Rose Ballerine” color complements the traditional monogram print.


  • The most striking bags in the group are frame-top choices that industrialize out a lot of this overt primness of this contour. They are still neat and formal, but the finishes make them feel futuristic instead of retro, which is a true challenge with frame totes. They also don’t feel really Louis Vuitton, but that appears to be the stage. Maybe Louis Vuitton is lots of things.For purists, the collection comprises a few of the favorites of Nicolas Ghesquiere’s tenure, like the Twist and Twist Malle bags, in addition to some that feel much more classically Vuitton down into the monogram details. And as with all of Vuitton’s runway collections, this represents just a very small fraction of those bags which are going to be produced for the summer season, and it’s only the most forward-thiinking; there will surely be lots of more traditionally Vuitton bags to go around. Check out all the runway bags beneath. As routine PurseBlog readers have likely noticed, I have mostly loved Louis Vuitton’s work within the last couple seasons. Designer Nicolas Ghesquiere has hit his stride with the brand, and in particular, the way his accessories section combines the classic LV monogram fabric with colorful leathers in clean-lined, contemporary designs has made one of the luxury world’s oldest icons feel fresh. And I am far from the only one who’s impressed: Vuitton bags are heading from stock right and left. Input the Louis Vuitton Millefeuille Tote, the latest new design to utilize the monogram-and-leather approach that is won so many fans.


  • For me personally, this tote is a pass, but I could see it being adored by others–we want to know if you’d love it or abandon it at the comments.A brand new year always means new things on the handbag front, and a couple days ago we seen you that really excited us the Louis Vuitton Neonoe Bag, among the brand’s hottest new designs and an ideal illustration of the powerful direction where the brand is led, now comes in leather. Epi leather, to be exact, and six colours of it.The Neonoe has always been aimed toward a couple tendencies that Mansur Gavriel started: the tendency for minimalist bucket bags, and secondly, the trend for contrasting, pop-of-color lining. Five of the six Epi colors now available have another colour on the interior, with black being the only color to go totally monotone. Dimensions for the Epi and monogram Neonoes seem to have been taken differently and I am not sure which set is true, but based on photos, the 2 bags do appear to be roughly the exact same dimensions, which is a bit more than 10″ across. They also have the exact same interior arrangement, using a centre zip pocket which divides the main compartment into two evenly sized chunks. That’s a massive help and a smart design feature for a bucket tote, which may otherwise be something of a black hole for your possessions.Other compared to the substance, the largest difference between the Epi and monogram Neonoes is in the handle. The Epi features an adjustable shoulder strap exactly like the monogram has, and this can be shortened from shoulder carry or lengthened for crossbody, but additionally, it has a short top handle, should you want to carry the bag in the crook of your arm. Both straps are totally removable, and they can also but attached to the bag simultaneously, which gives carriers a solid set of flexible options.Because it is made of leather, of course, the Epi Neonoe is also more expensive than the first; this one is priced at $2,080, as opposed to $1,450 for monogram.


  • These bags are extremely similar, and also distinct, in quite a few ways. I will explain each of them separately and then examine the bag itself, setting the dimensions apart. Make sure you see my comparison video, of both of these bags, on my youtube channel HERE and watch my Saint Laurent Sac de Jour review here.For Christmas at 2012 (my senior year in high school), Jay gifted me my very first Louis Vuitton slice, that was nothing aside from the Speedy… I had dreamed of the handbag for years, and although I don’t find it very as practical, I would not trade it for the world. Nowadays, if I hand to urge one designer “starter” handbag, then it would be the Louis Vuitton Neverfull. Fast forward two decades, I had completed my associates degree and just got accepted into the 4 year college of my dreams, The College of William and Mary. I was so excited-and let’s be real, I was proud, very proud– and that I could not wait to start courses that Spring 2014 semester. My parents took a small vacation trip to vegas and when they arrived home, they gifted me my Louis Vuitton Neverfull GM tote as an endorsement gift. My parent supported me during that entire process, and the trying years to follow, and amazed me with my second Louis Vuitton bag as a gift! A little over two decades later, a couple of weeks after graduation, I wanted to treat myself to something for a graduation present, since those two + years were not the very best. Obviously, I did lots of learning from the books, and about myself during this time. I needed a bag that I could carry in the summer months, that would be flexible and easy to maintain. I knew, after a short amount of thought, I wanted to Buy the Louis Vuitton Neverfull MM from the Damier Azur print. Especially after seeing the Rose Ballerine inside. Can we state stunning? There was moment that I thought I might have desired a Céline luggage tote, but I just don’t understand they are “timeless investment” like the Louis Vuitton bags. So I buy the bag and today we’re here in order to compare them!


  • For starers, I love the overall form of the Twist MM. Any bag that can be worn across the shoulder and crossbody is one that I believe perfect for me. I love the semi automatic strap, and I feel that is just one huge plus of the bag! I also really like how the tote features an enjoyable take on vintage monogram, and is also mixed with black leather. One of my biggest pet peeves is mixing LV monogram with each the black I wear! I know that it’s classic and can totally be done, but how this bag has both brown and black in it makes it even better. The floral is eye-catching and fun, along with the LV twistable lock, that’s the bag’s namesake feature, completes the tote. I simply love it and I need it to be mine all mine.The LV Twist MM can be dressed up or down, and that I took it to the streets of NYC for a little spin paired with jeans, a striped sweater and a plaid checkered jacket. I would also like to wear this at night with a fantastic set of heels and a fun outfit! The bag has two interior slit pockets–one on front interior with a removable mirror and one on the back interior. The overall dimensions of this Twist MM are 9.1″ x 7.1″ x 3.1″, which retails for $4,200 through Louis Vuitton.Without really realizing it, there are probably some aesthetic cues and details that read for you as particularly Louis Vuitton. Beyond the apparent logos and prints, maybe it is a particular kind of closure or stitching, or the specific way a handle zipper or attachment is shaped, or maybe how the leather is completed. They’re hard to describe one by one, but together, they are what make you have a look at a new tote and guess it’s from one spot or another, absent an obvious logo. For Fall 2018, Louis Vuitton’s runway bags have dispensed with almost all those visual signifiers, and in their place you’ll discover innovative leather finishes and intriguing hardware.


  • You can always find my keys with me. I love this monogrammed keychain which makes it easy to place my keys, plus it is only around $35! Like I mentioned previously, I use this Louis Vuitton key pouch each day for my driver’s license, money and cards. It surprisingly fits a whole lot of stuff inside and makes it really simple to switch purses!! (Earlier I had this key pouch, I’d switch purses and accidentally leave my wallet or money from the other purse.) While I use this key pouch I do not even require a wallet. And finally, my notebook and cell phone also constantly go with me anywhere! Since lots of my job revolves around interpersonal networking, having these items with me constantly is vital. Also – how cute is this Kate Spade phone case that I ordered recently?! After submitting a “What’s Inside My Bag?” Video a month, or so ago on my youtube channel, I obtained quite a bit of feedback wanting a contrast of my Louis Vuitton Neverfull MM and GM bags. I have always been a fan of handbags, and leap any chance I get to talk about them! The Louis Vuitton Neverfull is undoubtedly one of my favourite designer bags and, if your budget permits, is an excellent investment piece. It’s by far the most flexible, and classic bag (besides the Chanel classic flap-of class), on the current market, and I do not expect it going away anytime soon. I have always had this impulse of overusing a thing if I love it. Whether my favourite restaurant, meal, movie, or clothes shop, If I love it, you will find me nonstop! But when it comes to handbags, I have not been one to “repurchase” the same bag. This could possibly be because there is another bag on my list, which I want to buy, however when summer rolled around this season that the only thing I could think about was the Louis Vuitton Neverfull MM from the Damier Azur printing. I’ve been amassing Louis Vuitton for several decades now and I do really love the brand. In order to complete this post, I wanted to provide a little backstory, on why it’s that I’ve got TWO different versions of the same handbag. Consequently, if you are here strictly for your comparison of the MM and GM, skip down to find that!


  • It is no secret that Louis Vuitton has a few of the best bags around. Recently, I discovered a binder full of collages I used to create from fashion magazines I would beg my mom to buy me at the drugstore. It was back in middle school that I would spend hours cutting and gluing pictures of bags, shoes and designer clothing onto cardstock. Sure, I had a page cut out with my fantasy items and there on hot pink paper was a clipping of the Louis Vuitton Speedy bag. The year was probably 2003 or so, and when I stumbled upon my old magician I remember thinking how cheap the Speedy was back then! Through time, I got a few more LV bits ahead of my fixation on Louis and only Louis faded.Recently, however, with the revival of must-have monogram, LV is back front and center in my tote radar. I love the way the brand is consistently reinventing the wheel coming out with styles and bags that feature the classic monogram, but with a twist–no pun intended! My latest obsessed is The Twist MM in Floral Monogram.


  • 1. It can hold up to 200lbs. Now, I can’t take 200lbs, but I know I can load up the bag without fear. I spoke with an executive from Louis Vuitton in their San Diego store opening a couple of months back and he clarified that they did put the bag through intense stress testing to develop this number.2. It holds my clunky notebook, DSLR camera, iPad along with other random things with space to spare and without showing signs of stress. Regardless of the open surface, things do not spill out of it as I’d envisioned. Of course, if you up-end it your possessions will fly everywhere.4. Close to the golden buckle, tighten the sides and then shove it in bottom initially to avoid stuff from falling out.5. The oldest and most-loved member of the LV set is a backpack that is 12 years old. It’s carried a ridiculous amount of crap, been shoved and dropped in arbitrary areas, and has lived on three continents. It still looks great.The bottom line is I can take all my things, feel awkward about it, and look great doing it.Maybe it is me, but that I visit luxury handbags trending toward symbols that are minimal. Even though it’s heavier, I would have chosen this bag to come from the understated Epi leather. It doesn’t. Temporarily, the stunning She’s So… collection features the Neverfull in Monogram with blue or pink handles. It’s so cute, but priced almost 50 percent greater. Anyway, I thought Damier Ebene was as understated as I could get, plus its the only one with a contrasting red interior.


  • Next, I always always carry notebooks around with me in my handbag (I’ve done this because I was a small girl!) . I love to keep To do lists, packing lists, etc., and sometimes random jolts of inspiration will strike while I am outside and I want a place to jot them down. I picked these up laptops from Target at the office supplies department. The polka dotted one says “Goal Digger” – they are adorable & a reminder to go after your dreams!I also carry a few pens with me – my mother bought me the adorable Golden Retriever pen so it’s sentimental to me! My favourite pencil to write with based on caliber is this Acroball pen from Target. I have a zillion of them all over my home and they’re the only pens I will use.You can always find a pair of shades in my bag! My current favorites are now such Celine aviators. I’ve been sporting them nonstop, they’re really lightweight and match my head perfectly!I’m the woman that constantly has snacks wrapped in her bag – I am always out running errands and recognize that I’m hungry! I enjoy these 100 calorie packs of whole almonds & walnuts (occasionally I buy only the almonds) because they are a quick, healthful snack. I am now hoping to avoid processed foods as much as possible, which explains why I turn to entire nuts instead of a granola bar or something processed!Next is this gorgeous Louis Vuitton Pallas wallet that I picked up in Charleston. I don’t use this wallet daily since I normally use my primary pouch – but I bought it to use on some upcoming trips. It has a lot of compartments for cards, a passport, travel documents, etc., plus it’s pretty small so it fits in smaller purses such as crossbody bags. I believe it will be a fantastic travel wallet, particularly if you’re going out of the country! The two photos above show the front and back view. I really like how the “Rose Ballerine” colour complements the standard monogram print.


    • It is no secret that Louis Vuitton has some of the best bags around. We cover Louis Vuitton bags often here in PurseBlog because not only do we enjoy writing about them, but you guys seem to love seeing them and reading about them as well! Recently, I found a binder full of collages I used to create from fashion magazines I would beg my mother to buy me at the pharmacy. It was way back in middle school I would spend hours cutting and gluing pictures of bags, shoes and designer clothes onto cardstock. The year was probably 2003 or so, and when I stumbled upon my old magician I recall thinking how inexpensive the Speedy was back then! Through the years, I acquired a few more LV pieces ahead of my fixation on Louis and only Louis faded.Recently, however, with the revival of must-have monogram, LV is front and center on my tote radar. I love the way the brand is consistently reinventing the wheel coming out with styles and bags that feature the classic monogram, but with a twist–no pun intended! My latest obsessed is The Twist MM in Floral Monogram.

    • [$$$]Handle Drop: 18.5” adjustable [$$$]Details: Canvas has wear, marks, and creasing. Leather has wear, marks, scuffing, and patina. Strap has creasing and shoulder pad is inside the bag. Interior has wear and marks. Bottom leather patch needs restitching. Pockets linings on top edges have peeled with slight stickiness (recommends replace linings). Slight vintage leather smell. Hardware has wear and tarnishing. Date code is shown in the picture. Sku# 19427


      Brand:

      Louis Vuitton

      Color:

      Monogram

      Fabric:

      Monogram Canvas and Vachetta Leather

      Measurements:

      9.5″L x 2″W x 8″H

      Style/Collection:

      #19427 Jeune Fille Long Shoulder Cross Body Bag

      Louis Vuitton Style Name:

      Jeune Fille Long Shoulder Cross Body Bag

      Type:

      Cross Body Bags

      Style Tags:

      Louis Vuitton Cross Body Bags


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