Replica Handbag Suppliers Louis Vuitton Duffle Keepall #19496 50 Duffel Monogram Canvas and Vachetta Leather Weekend/Travel Bag

By | June 15, 2018


These totes are extremely similar, and also distinct, in a number of ways. I will describe each of them separately and then review the bag, setting the size apart. Be sure to see my comparison video, of both of these bags, in my youtube station HERE and see my Saint Laurent Sac de Jour review here.For Christmas in 2012 (my senior year in high school), Jay talented me my very first Louis Vuitton piece, which was nothing other than the Speedy… I’d dreamed of the handbag for decades, and although I don’t find it very as practical, I would not trade it for the entire world. Nowadays, if I hand to urge one designer “newcomer” handbag, it would be the Louis Vuitton Neverfull. I was so excited-and let’s be true, I was proud, very proud– and I could not wait to start classes that Spring 2014 semester. My parents took a small holiday trip to vegas and when they came home, they gifted me my Louis Vuitton Neverfull GM tote as an acceptance present. This was a moment I had looked forward to, because I was in 1st grade. My parent encouraged me through that entire process, along with the trying years to follow, and amazed me with my second Louis Vuitton bag for a present! A little over two decades after, a couple of weeks after graduation, I needed to treat myself to something as a graduation present, because those two + years weren’t the very best. Obviously, I did lots of learning from the books, and about myself during that time. I needed a bag that I could carry in the summertime, which would be flexible and easy to maintain. I knew, after a short Quantity of thought, that I wanted to purchase the Louis Vuitton Neverfull MM from the Damier Azur printing. Can we say stunning? There was moment which I believed I might have wanted a Céline luggage bag, but I just don’t know that they’re “timeless investment” like the Louis Vuitton bags. So I purchase the bag and today we’re here to compare them!


    • For starers, I love the overall form of this Twist MM. Any bag that can be worn both across the shoulder and crossbody is just one that I consider ideal for me. I adore the convertible strap, and that I feel that is just one huge plus of this tote! I also love how the tote features a fun take on vintage monogram, and can also be blended with black leather. One of my biggest pet peeves is blending LV monogram with all the black I use! I know it’s classic and may totally be achieved, but the fact that this bag has both brown and black inside makes it even better. The floral is eye catching and enjoyable, along with also the LV twistable lock, that’s the bag’s namesake feature, completes the bag. I would also love to wear this at night with a great set of heels and a fun outfit! The bag has two interior slit pockets–one on the front inside with a removable mirror and one on the back interior. Beyond the apparent logos and prints, or maybe it’s a particular kind of stitching or closure, or the specific manner a handle attachment or zipper is shaped, or maybe how the leather is finished. They are hard to describe one by one, but together, they are what make you have a look at a new bag and suspect it’s from 1 spot or another, absent an obvious logo.


    • 1. Now, I can not take 200lbs, but at least I know I will load up the bag without worry. I talked with an executive from Louis Vuitton at their San Diego shop opening a few months ago and he clarified that they did place the bag through intense stress testing to develop this number.2. It holds my clunky notebook, DSLR camera, iPad and other arbitrary things with room to spare and without even showing signs of anxiety. Despite the open surface, things do not spill from it as I’d envisioned. Of course, when you up-end it your possessions will fly anywhere.4. It fits underneath an airplane seat or in the overhead compartment. Close to the golden buckle, then tighten the sides and then shove it in bottom first to prevent stuff from falling out.5. I’m already sold on the durability of Louis Vuitton canvas. The earliest and most-loved member of my LV collection is a back pack that’s 12 years old. It’s carried a ridiculous amount of crap, been shoved and dropped in arbitrary places, and has lived on three continents. It still looks great.The bottom line is that I can take all my stuff, feel less awkward about it, and still look good doing it.Maybe it is me, but I visit luxury handbags trending toward minimal logos. Even though it’s heavier, I would have preferred this tote to come from the understated Epi leather. It doesn’t. Your options have been Monogram Idylle Canvas, Monogram Canvas and Damier Azure or even Ebene. Temporarily, the gorgeous She is So… collection features the Neverfull in Monogram with blue or pink handles. It’s so adorable, but priced nearly 50% greater. Anyhow, I thought Damier Ebene was as understated as I could get, plus its the only one with a contrasting red interior.


    • Next, I constantly always carry notebooks around with me in my purse (I’ve done this since I was a little girl!) . I like to keep To do lists, packing lists, etc., and at times arbitrary jolts of inspiration will strike while I’m outside and I want somewhere to jot down them. I picked these up laptops from Target in the office supplies section. The polka dotted one says “Goal Digger” – they’re cute & a reminder to go after your dreams!I also carry a few pens with me – my mom bought me the cute Golden Retriever pen so that it’s sentimental to me! My favorite pencil to write with based on caliber is this Acroball pen from Target. I’ve got a zillion of them around my home and they’re the only pens I’ll use.You can always find a pair of sunglasses in my bag! My favorites right now are these Celine aviators. I have been sporting them nonstop, they’re really lightweight and match my face perfectly!I’m the woman that always has snacks stashed in her bag – I’m always out running errands and realize that I’m starving! I enjoy these 100 calorie packs of whole walnuts & almonds (sometimes I purchase only the almonds) because they’re a fast, healthy snack. I’m currently trying to avoid processed foods as much as possible, which explains why I turn to entire nuts rather than a granola bar or something processed!Next is this stunning Louis Vuitton Pallas wallet which I picked up in Charleston. I really don’t use this wallet daily since I typically use my key pouch – but I purchased it to use on several upcoming trips. I think it’s going to be a great travel wallet, especially if you’re heading out of the country! The 2 pictures above show the front and rear view. I really like the way the “Rose Ballerine” color complements the traditional monogram print.


    • I can not carry 200lbs, but I know I will load up the bag without worry. I spoke with an executive from Louis Vuitton in their San Diego store opening a couple of months back and he explained that they did put the bag through intense stress testing to come up with this amount.2. It holds my clunky notebook, DSLR camera, iPad and other random items with room to spare and without even showing signs of anxiety. Despite the open surface, things do not spill out of it as I had imagined. Of course, if you up-end it your possessions will fly anywhere.4. Close to the gold buckle, then tighten the sides and then shove it in bottom first to prevent things from falling out.5. I’m sold to the durability of Louis Vuitton canvas. The earliest and most-loved member of my LV collection is a backpack that is 12 years old. It’s carried a ridiculous quantity of crap, been shoved and dropped in random areas, and has lived on three continents. It still looks great.The bottom line is that I can carry all of my stuff, feel less awkward about it, and still look great doing it.Maybe it’s me, but I see luxury purses trending toward minimal logos. Though it’s heavier, I’d have preferred this tote to come from the understated Epi leather. It doesn’t. Your choices have been Monogram Idylle Canvas, Monogram Canvas and Damier Azure or even Ebene. Temporarily, the stunning She is So… collection features the Neverfull in Monogram with blue or pink handles. It’s so cute, but priced nearly 50% higher. Anyway, I believed Damier Ebene was understated as I could capture, plus its the only one having a contrasting red interior.


    • Generally speaking, the Louis Vuitton Neverfull is an iconic, luxury tote. In all honesty, I feel that any lady who’s a lover of luxury goods, and handbags should own at least one dimensions, of this tote. I do believe that every bag serves a different buy, however I don’t own the PM dimensions, therefore I cannot speak for that. Between the MM and the GM sizes, I’ve discovered they every greatly serve various purposes, which you can read about below. The Louis Vuitton Neverfull bag is a classic tote style handbag. Launched in 2007 by Louis Vuitton, the Neverfull features a canvas outside and textile lined interior. The tote is trimmed in natural cowhide leather trim, such as two straps for carrying the bag. Each Neverfull, now includes a removable clutch that may be attached to the inside of the bag and utilized for extra storage, or eliminate and utilized on its possesses as a pochette! This is one of my personal preferred features of the tote. You essentially have two bags in one, which are wonderful on their own, or work good together. The tote, and removable clutch, every feature gold plated hardware, which fits well with each canvas option. After having both the GM and the MM dimensions, once I think about the GM I genuinely think “Never-Full.” This tote is never-full, it holds loads, and loads, of items. It’s difficult to explain how much will fit in this bag, simply because it retains so much. I really like this bag and after taking it quite a bit lately, after having a long-term break out of it, I realized just how big it is. Every now, then, I will carry this bag as my everyday bag, but frankly I look at this more as a travel/carry all, bag bag. After owning the MM dimensions, I really don’tt see this tote as something I’d carry as a handbag on the daily any more.


    • The most striking bags in the collection are frame-top options that industrialize out much of this overt primness of this contour. They are still neat and formal, but the endings make them feel futuristic rather than retro, which is an actual challenge with framework totes. They also don’t feel really Louis Vuitton, but that appears to be the stage. Perhaps Louis Vuitton can be a lot of things.For purists, the collection comprises a few of the favorites of Nicolas Ghesquiere’s tenure, such as the Twist and Twist Malle bags, in addition to a few that feel more classically Vuitton down into the monogram details. And as with all Vuitton’s runway collections, this represents just a very small fraction of the bags that will be produced for the summer season, and it is just the very forward-thiinking; there will be lots of more traditionally Vuitton bags to go around. Check out all the runway bags beneath. As regular PurseBlog readers have likely noticed, I’ve largely loved Louis Vuitton’s work over the past couple seasons. Designer Nicolas Ghesquiere has hit his stride with the brand, and particularly, the way his accessories section combines the classic LV monogram fabric with vibrant leathers in clean-lined, contemporary designs has made one of the luxury world’s oldest icons feel fresh again. And I am far from the only one who is impressed: Vuitton bags are heading out of inventory left and right. Enter the Louis Vuitton Millefeuille Tote, the hottest new design to use the monogram-and-leather approach that’s won a lot of fans.

    The most striking bags in the collection are frame-top options that industrialize out much of this overt primness of this contour. They are still neat and formal, but the endings make them feel futuristic rather than retro, which is an actual challenge with framework totes. They also don’t feel really Louis Vuitton, but that appears to be the stage. Perhaps Louis Vuitton can be a lot of things.For purists, the collection comprises a few of the favorites of Nicolas Ghesquiere’s tenure, such as the Twist and Twist Malle bags, in addition to a few that feel more classically Vuitton down into the monogram details. And as with all Vuitton’s runway collections, this represents just a very small fraction of the bags that will be produced for the summer season, and it is just the very forward-thiinking; there will be lots of more traditionally Vuitton bags to go around. Check out all the runway bags beneath. As regular PurseBlog readers have likely noticed, I’ve largely loved Louis Vuitton’s work over the past couple seasons. Designer Nicolas Ghesquiere has hit his stride with the brand, and particularly, the way his accessories section combines the classic LV monogram fabric with vibrant leathers in clean-lined, contemporary designs has made one of the luxury world’s oldest icons feel fresh again. And I am far from the only one who is impressed: Vuitton bags are heading out of inventory left and right. Enter the Louis Vuitton Millefeuille Tote, the hottest new design to use the monogram-and-leather approach that’s won a lot of fans.


    Recently I have been getting a great deal of questions/emails concerning my Louis Vuitton Neverfull, so I guessed a full review would be really valuable for those of you that are thinking about buying one! I received mine as a birthday present last July…. Before this, I did not own any LV. After I had my own, I realized exactly how practical/useful the Neverfull is, and I’ve never looked back! The main reason I love it is due to how versatile it is. It’s the type of bag that will never go out of style and can be worn whatever the trend or season. The Louis Vuitton Neverfull comes in three distinct dimensions: PM (small), MM (moderate) and GM (large). No matter what size you have, the tote’s name fits it to a T – it really is “never complete.” I own the MM – it is the perfect size because it’s big enough to carry everything I want but does not overwhelm my frame. I think if the bag was any bigger than it is, it’d look too big! (I am 5’3 for reference)The bag comes in four distinct colors/patterns. Mine is your Damier Azur Canvas with the “Rose Ballerine” interior – a stunning baby pink color. I love pink so this was the ideal alternative for me. I wore mine all summer this past year, and even in the winter with winter white outfits (here is a good example!) . My mother owns the Neverfull in the Monogram Canvas and she loves it – she let me borrow it much during the fall/winter (here is a photo of me wearing it).


  • Now, I can’t carry 200lbs, but I know I can load the bag without worry. 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 place the bag through serious pressure testing to come up with this number.2. It holds my clunky notebook, DSLR camera, iPad along with other random items with room 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, when you up-end it your belongings will fly anywhere.4. Close the golden buckle, then tighten the sides and shove it in bottom first to avoid things from falling out.5. The earliest and most-loved member of the LV collection is a backpack that is 12 years old. It has carried a ridiculous quantity of junk, been shoved and dropped in random places, and has lived on three continents. It looks great.The bottom line is that I can take all of my things, feel awkward about it, and look good doing it.Maybe it is me, but I visit luxury handbags trending toward symbols that are minimal. Though it’s heavier, I would have preferred this bag to come in the understated Epi leather. It doesn’t. Temporarily, the gorgeous She is So… collection features the Neverfull in Monogram with blue or pink handles. It’s so adorable, but priced almost 50 percent higher. Anyhow, I believed Damier Ebene was understated as I could capture, plus its the only one having a contrasting red interior.


  • Recently, I discovered a binder full of collages I used to make from fashion magazines that I would beg my mother to buy me in the pharmacy. It was back in middle school that I would spend hours cutting and gluing pictures of purses, shoes and designer clothes onto cardstock. The year was probably 2003 or so, and once I stumbled upon my old binder I recall thinking how inexpensive the Speedy was back then! Through the years, I acquired a couple more LV bits before my fixation on Louis and just Louis faded.Recently, however, with the revival of must-have monogram, LV is front and center on my tote radar. I love how the brand is always reinventing the wheel coming out with styles and bags which feature the classic monogram, but with a twist–no pun intended! My newest obsessed is The Twist MM in Floral Monogram.

  • [$$$]Handle Drop: 4.5″ [$$$]Details: Canvas has wear, marks, and creasing. Leather has wear, marks, stains, scuffing, creasing, patina, and signs of surface cracking from folding/dryness to stripes, side tabs, and handle bases. Handles top under have slight darkening. Edges/corners have some rubbing. Interior lining has wear, marks, minor stain, and spots of discoloration. Slight vintage smell. Hardware has wear and tarnishing. Date code is shown in the picture. Sku# 19496


    Brand:

    Louis Vuitton

    Color:

    Monogram

    Fabric:

    Monogram canvas and vachetta leather

    Measurements:

    20″L x 9″W x 11″H

    Style/Collection:

    #19496 Keepall 50 Duffel Duffle Travel Gym Weekender

    Louis Vuitton Style Name:

    Keepall 50 Duffel Duffle Travel Gym Weekender

    Type:

    Weekend/Travel Bags

    Style Tags:

    Louis Vuitton Weekend/Travel Bags


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