Wednesday, December 7, 2011

A Girl can Dream: Coach's Blogger Bag

If you are a female blogger you have no doubt heard about the collaboration between Coach and fashion blogger, Emily Johnston of Fashion Foie Gras. You know what I am talking about, the Fashion Fois Gras Tote, the Holy Grail of handbags for busy gals on the go. I, like many of you, am quite smitten with this gorgeous bag from Coach. It's large, something I appreciate and it's got some classic detailing that is appealing to my eye. I would absolutely LOVE to have this bag in my handbag arsenal...So, what is the problem then? Gah, where am I supposed to get $600 (add that tax, girls) for bag? I just spent $600 to fix my car and I will be perfectly honest when I say, I think the car lends itself to being more useful in my daily life... dang reality checks! So for now, I will only longingly hope that someone very wealthy gifts this bag to me and in the meantime, as cheesy as it sounds, dreaming is free!

Introducing a leather-trimmed canvas collectible inspired by the transatlantic lifestyle. Co-designed by fashion blogger Emily Johnston of Fashion Foie Gras, a transplanted Southerner living in London, this generously proportioned tote is an homage to her adopted country. Labeled compartments, including two hidden in the false bottom, provide witty organization for your music,  "mobile," "treads," and "snaps."

  • Canvas with leather trim
  • Inside multifunction pockets
  • Bottom shoe and camera compartments with side zip closures
  • Zip-top closure, fabric lining
  • Handles with 8 1/2" drop Longer strap for shoulder or crossbody wear
  • 20" (L) x 14" (H) x 5 1/4" (W)

    1. I absolutely love this bag too, no idea how or if I would be ever to be able to get it. Thank God dreaming is free lol Thanks for stopping by my blog (

    2. The bag is definitely cute and practical, but omg the things I could buy for $600! That's crazy. There's no way I could afford that with my salary and even if I could I would have to weigh practicality vs worth and I think a less expensive bag could probably do the same job as this one. I appreciate your honesty and realness in this post.


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