Review: Louis Vuitton Neverfull 1st Year
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One of my firsts designer bags is my Louis Vuitton Neverfull. It was a gift from my boyfriend for my 26th birthday and the moment when my bags closet shifted completely, but that's probably a theme for another day, because today we will be talking about the wear and tear of this famous LV bag on its first year.
Specifically this is a LV Neverfull on the MM size in the classic canvas. This bag comes with a box and a dust bag for packaging, inside has one pocket with a zipper and a pouch that has a leather straps to allow it to be attach to the main bag. You can also use this pouch as a separate clutch.
This bag does all the complements to it's name. You can add anything you want and will fit perfectly and at the same time is not heavy at all, it's so light weight that's incredible (I actually had a Michael Kors Jet Set bag and ended up selling it, because I started to feel it so heavy that was buried at home). Some people used it with an organizador inside, but I don't, because for day to day I don't carry that much and use most of the space with a sweater, a scarf or a jacket in cooler days.
The part for which you can be a little concerned in this bag is only the straps, because of the light color of the leather and even with it, I had find that they don't catch dirt or make up easy. They will for sure age with the years and the color will start to be darker, but you can clean them frequently, to keep them in good conditions.
The canvas is the 95% of the bag and it's in perfect condition, has no marks, not even at the corners and I don't baby it that much. I usually sit it on the floor in airplanes and some restaurants to be sure that nobody will try to steal anything from inside (because we do have a pickpockets problem in Barcelona and this bag is open on the top).
The true is that I would 100% recommend this bag, after one year looks like was bought yesterday, goes with everything, you can stuff it without problems, it's and icon that won't go out of style and also if you get bored of it you'll be able to resell it without problems and at a good price point, because LV prices tend to increase a little bit every year, so you probably won't loss money if you decide to go separe ways.