Would you spend 500$ on a handbag ?
by Nina - 13 hours ago
its an unnecessary cost . u must spend this money for poor people......
by munna - 13 hours ago
$500? Nah. $300? Maybe if I liked it enough. And there is this one Michael Kors bag I want so bad & it's $300. I have expensive taste xD not getting anytime soon though lol
by Mark - 13 hours ago
Is it the Coach Madison Diagonal Pleated Maggie? If so, yes. But I wouldn't buy any OTHER handbag for that.
by mbrcatz - 13 hours ago
No. The bag may last a long time, but the style won't. I have a hard time spending more than $50 on a bag, and I have bags that are almost 10 yrs old. And I go thru and donate thin out what I have and donate what I don't use.
by Terry - 13 hours ago
If I had money to spare, absolutely.
by Krystal:) - 13 hours ago
YES. Only if I can resell it for profit (;
by <3 - 13 hours ago
Personally no. but if you can afford it why not?
by Drezworld - 13 hours ago
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