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Designer Bag vs. Designer Bottle

Is it horrible that I am obsessing over this bag? I came across it in Orla Kiely's fall 2008 advertising campaign on Oh Joy, but you can't find it anywhere online. I finally tracked it down via Twig and they can order it for me at the bargain price of $725 (that's sarcasm by the way). I cannot in good conscience EVER pay this much for a bag no matter how beautiful it is, so I'm just going to have to stare at the picture and think of the multitude of other things I can do with this money...sigh...

But, I CAN afford a design water bottle - the "wottle" - developed by Orla Kiely and Brita. It's the first "designer" water bottle ever developed. Guess I can get my Orla fill this way, and still be able to pay my mortgage.


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