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short handle leather purse

Posted by rabbit8 (My Page) on
Mon, Feb 27, 06 at 0:18

Just purchased a nice leather purse from Dillard. The leather straps are not long enough to carry across my shoulders. It's the kind that doesn't have a top to close it up. It just open and all you have to do is reach in it and get what you want, except for the zipper partition in the middle of it. Are the bags with the short straps a popular purse? Plus it came with the beautiful scented cream color flannel drawstring bag in it. Can anyone tell me what this bag can be used for. The purse is made by Antonio Melani and it has a beautiful purple lining in it.

Thanks for your help


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RE: short handle leather purse

The flannel bag is used to store your purse when not used.


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RE: short handle leather purse

Bags with all kinds of handles are popular, short ones, long ones and in between. Enjoy your new purse. Sounds like a pretty lining too.


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