Is it right to let go of this Keepall for a Bayswater?

The last time I’ve used my Keepall 50 was during our Seoul Trip. Since then, I haven’t even taken it out, unless you count that time when I took pictures of all of my stuff. Honestly, I no longer feel like owning one because I don’t get to use it and my fondness for the monogram canvas has been progressively dwindling.

Mulberry Bayswater in Congo Leather - Manila, Philippines

I now consider selling it to buy a Mulberry bag. I’m technically not buying any bag for months but I consider this move as a trade. I will sell my Keepall 50 and then get a Mulberry Bayswater in Congo leather, the same material as my agenda.

The color isn’t exactly feminine but my concern is that the size might appear too small for me. The seller listed the measurement and it appears to be relatively large but not large enough as my holy grail Piccadilly. I was initially concerned but the Mulberry experts from the Purse Forum deemed the item as authentic, and most especially, Bayswater sizes have varied throughout the years.

I have no choice but wait for the item to arrive and judge for myself if I can pull it off. If it would be too small/feminine for my liking, then I’m going to sell it again online and find another bag.

Louis Vuitton Keepall 50 in Incheon International Airport - September 2011

Louis Vuitton Keepall 50 in Hong Kong International Airport - May 2011

Louis Vuitton Keepall 50 in Kota Kinabalu International Airport - November 2010

Meanwhile, it is hard saying goodbye to my Keepall 50 as it has accompanied me to most of my travels. But I’ve got no need for a bag I can’t maximize the use and feel a bit self-conscious with its conspicuousness, especially with the monogram and size together. I’m slowly cutting the logos for less flashy leather bags.



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