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GUEST POST: Bag of the Week – Proenza Schouler PS1 Medium Tweed

Shaakira Nobles brings you the bag of the week and explains why you’ll want it too

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This week there’s a new bag in town. The Proenza Schouler Medium Tweed is bag guaranteed to make you second guess how much you value your checking and savings account. Is it worth the splurge? Yes, because it’s important to treat your bags as an investment. This is going to be that bag you will have years from now and it’s still going to be great condition. What I like about the Proenza Schouler PS1 Medium Tweed are the adjustable straps allowing you to wear it as a crossbody or as a handbag. If you need something that’s going hold all your makeup and other essentials in each compartment then I highly suggest this bag.
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When you open the bag there are two compartments in the front, one in the middle and a compartment on the back of the bag. I think that’s all you need because you don’t want to overdue it and make the bag look super bulky. Editor-in-Chief of Lucky Magazine, Eva Chen, is a huge fan of the medium tweed and mentioned to me via Twitter that she ordered it in blue. I love the fact its tweed and not just the typical leather all over because sometimes you have change it. I know nothing about designing handbags but as a consumer creativity does go a long way.
Retailing for a whooping $1,525.00, the Proenza Schouler PS1 Medium Tweed in blue, grey, and pink is currently sold out on the company website.
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Originally published on Into the Row

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Shaakira Nobles is a fashion blogger born and raised in Brooklyn, New York. Always discovering the latest fashion trends hitting the scene, during her down time she mingles at various social networking events and meeting bloggers from around the world. Check our her blog Into the Row

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