Black, creme, or turtledove, the revamped Louis Vuitton Montsouris Backpack looks awesome in all

Louis Vuitton may have missed the mark with their gold monogram earphone earrings but they never, I repeat, never go wrong with the magic of their bags. Ask any girl, and she will admit her wardrobe isn’t complete without at least one Louis Vuitton bag. For some buying their first Louis Vuitton bag is an unmissable high. If you already have many or if youre waiting for that one special release from LV let me tell you… it’s here and its revamped! Louis Vuitton reinterprets the house’s iconic Montsouris Backpack from 1994 in Monogram Empreinte embossed leather and the term ‘black beauty’ never made more sense. For anyone who thinks this bag is bringing retro back is mistaken as this beauty is no longer just a fad, it’s clearly here to stay. The pack’s pure lines are enlivened with a vintage-style golden buckle and a playful yet subtle LV charm which makes it doubly attractive; the shape takes all the credit for cuteness otherwise. Girls who love to buy expensive bags that look stellar but are also functional and usable this bag can be the perfect practical bag; the addition of two adjustable leather straps make this body-friendly bag comfortable to carry while the zipped outside pocket gives easy access to essentials.

This beautiful Montsouris Backpack measures 27.5 x 33.0 x 14.0 cm and is currently available in black, creme, and turtledove. You can purchase now via Louis Vuitton for $2,700. The bag is made in France, Spain, Italy, or in the US.

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