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Orange Day - having 2nd thoughts

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  1. I recently took a large number of bags to consignment in my effort to downsize. I am still left with over 100 bags, so there is no shortage. But now I am second guessing saying goodbye to this orange Day bag. It would be good for beach trips, as it is older so I would not worry about damage. It lies flat for storage and is so lightweight. I often use my Louis Vuitton Delightful on the beach, but that monogram can draw unwanted attention from thieves, and it does not zip shut.

    Should I get the Bal back? I have another one in Anthracite, but the orange is cheery. Do you think the orange Day is a great bag and I am silly to lose it, or is it a smart decision to let this one go?
     

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  2. If you're having second thoughts I'd get it back. You'll end up trying to find another one on the market if you don't.

    I used to not like color but now I'm trying to incorporate it in my wardrobe!
     
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  3. Get it back. If you are second guessing if you will always kick yourself if it sells.
     
  4. I love old Bal but I've still sold some older items because I never used them despite keeping them for a long time because they were once something I thought I really wanted.

    Have you tried the Konmari method? The spark joy approach is very effective in my experience. It's a relief letting go of stuff that you don't really want and keeping the things that you really love/make you happy just looking at them/really need.

    If you have the economy, why not get a gorgeous beach bag that you really love? Instead of using a bag just because it's there- well, at the consignment store :smile: . One that sparks joy and will make you smile just looking at it? For the beach, I just use Envirosax totes with my slg in a wash bag. I have kids so my things need a bit of protection :biggrin:
     
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  5. If I hear the phrase "sparks joy" one more time I may have to kick something (not you SGCK :lol::lol::lol:). I think the colour is totally edible but you have to love it. Try carrying it for a week and then decide.
     
  6. And a sparking joyous morning (evening?) to you too, my lovely! :hugs: :lol:
     
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  7. me too!!!
    this konmari thing is already so annoying that imo itself is deserving the same method to be applied!!
     
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  8. Gorgeous colour, and i keep 7 Days even though i don't use all of them often.
    Very compact and easy storage makes me reluctant to sell any of them as they are very handy and cool bags when i need a roomy but lightweight bag
     
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  9. :lol:
     
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  10. It’s not so much the color - it’s my only orange bag - but the shape.
    It’s so dark inside and deep, and to me it seems very casual, so I would probably only carry it on vacation or walking around casually in shorts on a leisurely day. But now so many people are telling me to keep it that I might try to get it back to use on just those occasions. I can be so terrible at downsizing.

     
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  11. There will always be people that love what you’re ready to part with. Try not to let us influence you too much.
     
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  12. Let it go if you are sighing with relief at its departure. There are so many bags out there waiting for you. But...

    If you can see yourself doing a search for this bag next year, keep it. I'm a cautionary tale about fruitlessly searching for something I've casually tossed and deeply regretted.