August 24, 2008
post written by Bag Bliss blogger: Deysa
Coach Legacy Pieced Leather Hobo
Whether youâ€™re a fan of the All-American brand Coach, or not, you canâ€™t deny your curiosity towards seeing their latest designs each season. I always look forward to seeing their nice (and not-so-nice) pieces. For the past couple of years, Iâ€™ve seen drastic changes done to their brand, basically it seems like most of their goods are less classic in design followed by outrageously expensive price tags. Take a look at one of the many newbieâ€™s by Coach; the Legacy Pieced Leather Flap Hobo is its name. Iâ€™ve never been crazy over the brands infamous patchwork bags, and this hobo leaves no exceptions. Iâ€™m bothered by the collaboration of suede, leather, haircalf, nubuck, and soft-pebbled leather patches, it just doesnâ€™t appeal to my likings. The only details found on this piece that Iâ€™m fond of would be the hoboâ€™s design and that nice shoulder strap, other than that, this bag is way to medieval-themed for my taste. Stiff, heavy, and trendy is what I imagine this Coach bag to be and the outrageously overpriced MSRP of $1,200 is enough to make me turn away with no doubts. A classic leather Coach bag sporting a rich hue is a yes in my bookâ€¦ while this bag is definitely a nay!