Just Coach-ing, I Guess!


Fashion accessories are my very recent and off-beat friends. When it comes to brands, I always stick for the sturdy product developer ones. Let me take you back to year 2011, when I had not even heard of Coach, but owned this bag from the same –

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Me being a loader, has always had a ridiculously heavy bag. One would think the shoulder strap is going to burst open any moment now 🙂 But nothing stopped me from loading this little devil. Just take a closer look at the material. Even after years, of me exploiting this precious, it’s just given me a little tear around the strap holders! Some of my friends from the States, use Coach bags on a regular basis and call them to be the best among their lot of collection.

Then 2013 hit, I started exploring this brand’s various other gems, and never stopped since –

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[/media-credit] from Coach Outlet; USA


From Macy's; USA
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From Clothes Mentor; USA
[/media-credit] from Clothes Mentor; USA

Moving on to another favorite brand of mine, I Guess every consumer of the same is completely satisfied worldwide! Despite it being one of the high end brands, where you just do not understand the logic behind their pricing; one always dreams about owning few from the lot…

I always used to take a look at Guess handbags in ShoppersStop, India stores and wonder if they were made of panda skins,to be so expensive 🙂 So, I thought of starting with a smaller (more affordable) product of their make –

[/media-credit] from Burlington; USA – $25


Trust me when I say; it’s been 4 yrs for this sling bag now and it just hasn’t aged despite my rough use. Probably that’s the reason behind all the dough demand! Their other product that I most happily use is –

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This is the most eye catching watch that I have ever worn and it goes with almost everything I wear! Lastly, my recent and most wanted item from this brand is –

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And I just Love it to the core; it’s a 100% UV Protect, with a perfect spring based setting for the side holder and soft cushioned nose pads. Just can’t get enough of these!

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Nuff Said!

What other products should I use, of these brands? Let me know in comments below…

  1. I’ve been using Guess watch for more than 8 years now and I still adore it as the first day! How do you like the glasses??

  2. I’m not well aware of the products of Coach and Guess as I’m not into branded bags and accessories. I prefer using the extra cash for traveling. But, yes, buying branded goods is really cheaper in the U.S. We’ve received a white Coach bag. Although it’s design is stylish and it’s sturdy, it gets dirty easily so I stuck with a Nine West bag.

  3. I don’t really know a lot about bags but that one from Coach sure looks of good style and quality even after those years as you’ve mentioned. Maybe one day i’ll gift one for my wife XD

  4. Wow! That’s a great collection right there! I couldn’t agree with you more, sticking to a bit pricey item is the best thing that we can do. Items that could last a lifetime will never ever be a bad decision! And Guess is one the most trusted brand globally.

  5. I can’t really suggest what else can you use as I never tried purchasing any from these brands. Hehe. All you have look lovely anyway, especially the coach bag. 🙂

  6. I love Coach, although I find that I can’t put in as many items as I wished. Hence I use Coach for short walks and malling, but Longchamp when traveling around. I haven’t bought anything from Guess in a long time, I almost forgot the brand existed!

  7. I don’t shop designer brands often, since I find the quality isn’t always that great. But seeing the items you have and how long you’ve had them, I guess some brands aren’t all that bad.