Burberry Buffalo Tote, $1095 via Neiman Marcus.
I personally bought a gorgeous tote with the renowned Haymarket print (for which Burberry really lost a trademark suit for meaning anybody can use that particular print they are renowned for — yet another negative for their luxury image) and am very pleased with the replica bag I’ve purchased! The bag is much more than magnificent and if you peruse the pictures below you will surely see why. The canvas weight of this bag is fine and heavy like the pieces (I actually do have 1 authentic vintage Burberry crossbody which was my mom’s and she handed it down to me, so I compared the weight of the two). The finishing are also real leather indicating the bag is truly a counter quality or superfake version as opposed to the reduced quality of fakes which use plastic to finish off the trimmings to cut prices. Have a look and let me know what you think in the comments below!Burberry has presented a new DK88 bag set at its brand new show in London earlier in February, with a name that’s devoted to the home code of its trademark gabardine cloth. Following its recent international launch, we can not help but noticed that everybody from stars to bloggers worldwide have been spotted wearing this new iconic bag. So what’s so unique about it? Scroll down to find out what we’ve found out so far.The DK88 comes with a luggage-inspired design plus a timeless, sculptured shape that complements the rest of the seasonal runway set. It features a high grip and an oversize brass tone lock, which is also accompanied by an old-fashion looking key. There is an inner pocket in the bag that is layout particularly for the key.
Like any brand, Burberry has created bags that I’ve both wildly loved and totally hated over the past few seasons. There have been moments of both happiness and confusion at the brand’s accessories, but based on the success of the bags in the Fall 2011 runway show and the beautiful Burberry Buffalo Tote from Pre-Fall 2011, I’m feeling nothing but optimism about Burberry handbags. Plus, I’ve seen a few shots of the brand’s Resort 2012 bags, so I have it on good authority that the dog days are over.
Something about the color of this bag is hitting me in just the right way. Extremely light grey feels so pretty and unexpected in the midst of a season full of bright colors, and even though this isn’t necessarily the shade that I’d pair with brights, the pre-order won’t come in until July anyway. By that time, we’re all going to be sick of our summer clothes and waiting for those first few non-sweltering nights in late August, and when those days hit, this bag is going to feel like a brilliant option for the seasonal transition. Plus, the price isn’t bad either. Buy through Neiman Marcus for $1095.