On the Street: Louis Vuitton Monogram Favorite MM

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BW: How’d you pick up this bag?
D: I kind of impulse bought this when I was in the Louis Vuitton store – it was so pretty and also looked like the perfect crossbody! I wanted something functional to use as an everyday errand bag and I thought the MM size fit the profile. It also doubles as a clutch if you remove the shoulder strap.

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BW: Was this everything you had hoped it to be?
D: It definitely is my most used non-tote bag. I use this a lot on the weekends when I don’t have as much to carry with me (like work-related items). I think it also goes well with everything I typically wear because it’s a nice neutral brown color. Even with more formal situation, it looks classy and pulls the whole outfit together.

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BW: Given its high price point, are there things about the Favorite that make you regret your purchase in any way?
D: Not really – the only downside I can really think of is that the gold hardware label in the front gets scratched pretty easily. It’s a small thing, so I don’t really mind it. Oh, I also noticed that if you accidentally drop the bag the contents spill out quite easily. It was definitely not designed for someone to chuck across the room, but I think that’s just an expected shortfall of any flap bag.

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You can find the Favorite on Louis Vuitton’s website here in three different designs on coated canvas (Monogram, Damier Ebene, and Damier Azul) for $985 in two sizes: MM (larger of the two) and PM. The dimensions for the Favorite MM are: 11″ x 6.7″ x 1.6″.


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