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April 18, 2018 Comments Off on Saint Laurent Tri-Quilted Monogram Bag Professional Replica Yves Saint Laurent Replica Bags

Saint Laurent Tri-Quilted Monogram Bag Professional Replica



We all know that the brand Yves Saint Laurent is all about perfection. From its elegant and exquisite design down to the minutest detail, this French brand never fails to give us the WOW factor. We must admit that it keeps getting better and better and when it comes to the Saint Laurent Tri-Quilted Monogram Bag, ladies we’re telling you that we have nothing but praises.

A lovely and wearable go-to bag for every season, the Tri-Quilted Monogram Bag is a definite investment piece! It features a classic hue and a stylish quilted design that can instantly glam up your look. The signature YSL logo in tonal black is placed in the middle for a recognizable appeal while the interior is large enough to hold your daily essentials.

And about the tri-quilting – it’s the first time ever we’ve seen such a design. The flap is beautified with Chevron and Vertical Quilting. The lower part is crafted in diamond quilting. And there’s more, the design is called black-on-black, which means it’s entirely made in black including the chains.

This classic monogram design is spacious and features an internal slot pocket. It comes with a chain shoulder strap. Measures 5’ x 8.5’ x 2.5’ (H x W x D) inches and is priced at $1990 USD, €1450 euro, $14900 HKD, $2220 AUD, ¥199000 JPY via MyTheresa.

With all that in mind, are you going to miss Slimane’s approach at Saint Laurent, or are you prepared for something new?Saint Laurent is unquestionably among the brands receiving its bags right. The Sac de Jour bag that I found myself loving is highly desired and I continue to see many individuals carrying one of the numerous renditions of shoulder totes with the YSL logo.I find a shoulder bag that is just big enough to fit everything for everyday use to be integral to my handbag collection as it transitions from day to day easily. I clearly have a penchant for Saint Laurent croc luggage (I need this one) and hurried into the Saint Laurent Monogramme Croc-Effect Shoulder Bag and found myself attracted to it as well.This is really the tote our editor Katherine has and she loves it. You helped her decide on this version rather than the python version and now I’m producing two appearances about this one bag. Look one is about casual and comfy while appearance two is a blast from the past. Check out both looks and the bag below!I’m often critical of Saint Laurent beneath Hedi Slimane, but the man does have an undeniable knack for certain things. To me, his collections often feel cobbled together of riffs on pieces other labels have found cool-girl success with, such as Chelsea boots and leather jackets marked up till they feel rarified, but that approach will turn out a lot of pieces that are enviable on their own. This week, the piece that’s caught my attention is that the embossed snake version of the Saint Laurent Monogramme Mini Shoulder Bag.





This tote shape has always been my favorite of Saint Laurent’s offerings; it seems like the tiny handbag a very cool girl in the 80s would take into an after-hours club, complete with the retro-iconic YSL logo. Katherine has one, and I have always been just a tiny bit jealous.This variant, however, is my favourite yet. Not only is that the body of the tote snake-embossed, but if you look closely, the signature emblem is produced from a series of entwined metal serpents. The conversion goes just far enough; it’s clear what you’re looking at, but the emblem remains intact. If this variant ever shows up in dark, I will die on the spot.By now, many of you’ve read about the lengthy endeavor that lead to me to this Saint Laurent Monogramme Bag. As promised, I have used my bag lots of occasions because it finally arrived to give you an accurate look at what fits inside. Spoiler alert: I carry a great deal of stuff–anybody in the office will inform you that I am a walking Duane Reade. Personally, I despise bags which look filled full of the outside. I’m pleased to report that, even after fitting 15 things in my luggage, you would never know that it was full from simply considering it. Even so, my bag wasn’t overly stuffed, and it’s easy to get items in and out when I need them. In the brief quantity of time I have had this bag, I have taken it to function, a vacation in the Poconos, nights out in Atlantic City, family parties and out shopping, and I have never felt the need to complain about its functionality or size. It fits everything I need at any particular time, and if you buy a bag, is not that what matters?