So, I think it has been over three years now that I own my classic T. At first, I was disappointed by the quality of the shirt. In the very beginning I was babying the shirt like crazy. I washed it by hand in cold water, and handled it very gently. But it would still loose its shape! After a year I stopped wearing it because it just looked like a rag (to me). I also started trowing it in the washer with all my other stuff and for some reason, the condition hasn't changed over the last two years. I now wear it when I'm inside the house or as my summer PJ's but I guess I could still wear it to casual occasions. So it started out pretty bad at first, but overall I'm pretty satisfied with the quality.
Use steam! I found out that it is the best way to get the annoying smell out of your stuff. I've tried baking soda, febreze, airing it out but nothing really helped. Suddenly I came up with the idea to use my little steamer. I bought it a year ago when I started buying second hand furniture. I wanted to be sure when I bought a chair, even if it looked clean, had nothing nasty hidden in the fabric. I've been using the steamer ever since for cleaning older stuff or delicate fabrics and I can tell you it's worth the money.
So what did I do with my bags?
|My little collection; mini pochette, pochette accessoires, Deauville, Saumur 30, Saumur 35, Sologne and a bandeau.|
When I was about seventeen, I saw a woman on the street wearing a beautiful bag with a (to me) really appealing logo print. I didn't know what brand it was, only that I wanted one too. I coudln't find these bags anywhere in the stores so after a while, me and a friend chased down a woman who was wearing one. I asked here where what bag it was and where she'd bought it and she told me she got it abroad and that it was a Louis Vuittton. Finally I knew! I typed the name into Google and found several hits of celebrities wearing these bags and I also immediately saw that I couldn't afford one of my own.
|This is my beauty|