I have a large, red quilted Chanel bag that I borrowed from my sister Ashley. I wore it to an event and never gave it back. Luckily, she's moved on to another bag, so I'm safe for now. I'm not quite sure how many bags I have, but let's just say I have a few. When I find a bag I like, I tend to wear it to death until I become obsessed with another one. This probably happens three to five times a year. But I always come back to the Chanel. The size isn't overwhelming, and it has enough subtle detail to keep it interesting.And there you have it. Are you inspired? Moved to action? Educated?
I also have the smaller version in blue and in white, but the red is definitely my favorite. I don't have a stylist — I'd rather just do my own thing and put together my own outfits. The chain-handle bag is the perfect accent to almost any combination I come up with. I look at everything with a designer's eye, but I wouldn't change a thing about this bag. I think that's why it's a true classic.
I'm not sure what she was asked to write, but the result appears to be a primary school assignment. "Alright class, go home and write two paragraphs about your favorite toy and why you like it." Mary-Kate seems to have been grasping for content towards the end, trying to stretch into two paragraphs what could've been said in one sentence. Here's a lesson in brevity:
"My name is Mary-Kate and I like my Chanel purse because it's shiny and red."