The Details: Louis Vuitton Mahina XL, River Island Loafer Heels and Forever 21 Jewellery

Hello world,

As opposed to always showing the newest articles in my wardrobe, I thought I’d sow you a pair of old favourites of mine, my Louis Vuitton Mahina and a gorgeous pair of River Island loafer heels that according to my fiancé have probably broken my ties at least three times because of their height.
The Mahina is very special to me; not only is it a gorgeous bronze colour, but it’s so massive and roomy and it was my very first designer handbag purchase. Well actually, my mum helped pay for it as a Christmas present about 5 years ago. When I first got it, I didn’t realise how large the bag actually was; it somehow seemed much smaller in the shop stuffed full of tissue paper, but it turned out I be a blessing as I often needed to take my laptop into college.
Needless to say it got a lot of use out of it until I got my Chanel Shopping Tote and then it sadly got relegated or a few years to the back of the closet, but I’ve fallen in love with its soft and durable leather once more. I honestly never thought I’d buy a Louis Vuitton bag; I hate that horrible canvas they use and I find the monogram print so tacky, but this one was so nice and subtle I just had to have it.
As for the heels; they’re from River Island and at least 4 years old. I don’t wear them that often because the heel is so high and because as I said earlier, they have a habit of breaking my toes. But they’re still around and a perfect compliment for the bronze Mahina.

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Bag: Louis Vuitton Mahina XL in bronze
Shoes: River Island loafer heels, very old
Bracelet and Rings: Forever 21, very old
Shorts: River Island, very old

Until then,




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