The 5 Must-Have Handbag Review

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Hi there, friends! Today, I want you to give me the practical answer to the following question:

If you had to pick between jewelry, a handbag and a pair of shoes, which would you prefer to buy for yourself?

When answering this question, especially if you’re on a budget, I think the best way to approach it is to think about what is the most practical. What will you get the most use out of? Which of these will you NEED to use every single day? Now, I know it’s not as fun to think of it that way. In a practical way. I mean, personally, I would pick a pair of shoes but, how often can you wear the same exact shoes every single day for every single type of occasion you get dressed for? Not often. I’ll be the first to admit.. I’m not a very practical person, so I tend to have to call for backup when I’m faced with these situations. Today, I want to be your backup …

This post was created in response to the many requests you all have sent in to me asking about particular handbags that I own, particularly the designer handbags. These are handbags that cost more than my personal rent check and I’m well aware that that is insane. I’m also well aware that not everyone can make that kind of financial commitment to a handbag right now, and I know that because [1] you all share it in the comments on my Instagram and blog and [2] I haven’t always been able to buy the handbags that are currently sitting in my closet. I’ll never sit here and think that it’s no big deal to buy one … because it is. I don’t think any of us should take the ability to buy one of these bags, no matter how long it took you to save for it, for granted. It is a big deal.

With that said, though, I also feel it’s necessary for everyone to remember that everyone’s budget is different for handbags and, no matter what that budget is, especially if it’s different than yours, we should be respectful of it. It’s all objective and we shouldn’t shame each other, or even ourselves, for what we can and can’t afford. I see it often, when girls align their personal value on whether or not they can achieve the price listed on the latest ‘it’ handbag. I can promise you … a handbag will not change your life and fulfill the emptiness in your heart. So, just be honest with yourself and be smart about how you’re spending your money.

[I feel like people are pretty quick to be like ‘that’s easy for you to say, Alyson Haley’ … but y’all … I’m going to be super transparent here:
I have made horrible financial decisions in the past. I’ve spent money I didn’t have. I’ve skipped multiple credit card payments. I’ve consciously neglected putting a percentage of my income away in savings. The list goes on, and it was all to “keep up with the Jones-es”, so-to-speak. Years ago, the shiny things of this world became an idol of mine and, as a result, I had to deal with really frustrating consequences of those decisions. I learned the hard way how detrimental these irresponsible financial decisions were on things that really matter, like your credit score, your ability to be eligible for loans for a future home, etc. It seriously kicked my butt in gear! I realigned my values and I was real quick to put together a plan and, eventually, got myself out of it. The strategy behind it all was, basically, doing what I’m telling you to do. Be honest about what you can afford and be smart about how you spend your money. If you can’t afford it, do not buy it. It took a lot of time to get myself out of the place I put myself after making all those bad financial decisions, which is why I’m being really honest and open about money in this post. I may be in a secure financial position now but, it’s not because I am ‘lucky’ … it’s because I’ve decided to be intentionally smart about how I handle the money I make every two weeks.]

The decision I came to about how to structure this post was to select a couple designer handbags that you all have asked me to review [the Chloe Marcie Leather Satchel & the Louis Vuitton Damier Ebene Neverfull MM] but then also include & review three other bags, all of which I have recently purchased, that I feel would be great, affordable additions to your wardrobe, especially considering the season we’re in! I’ll be reviewing the quality, wearability, functionality within the PRO’S & CON’S section for each bag, as well as my overall recommendation at the end. You’ll also find more options from each designer and brand as well as dupes of the designer bags for anyone who would like to sport the look for less at the end! Please keep in mind that I can only do as good as what is available online in regard to similar bags.

With all that said … let’s get started!

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designerhandbagreview, thefivemusthavehandbagreviewThe Chloé Marcie Satchel is divine. Y’all know I love it. I wear it quite a bit and have it in the Tan color and the Nut color [no longer available]. The quality is top-notch. It’s made in Italy out of calfskin leather with multiple storage compartments within the main body, as well as underneath the front flap [see photo’s]. The handles are wrapped with leather and secured with gold hardware shaped like bow’s, a signature for Chloé.

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The small depth of this bag is a con, in my opinion. I tend to only carry it if I think a handbag is more appropriate than a clutch wherever I’m going, and I don’t need to carry a lot with me. Sometimes I wish it was bigger if I am needing to carry a few more things with me. Honestly, that is the only major con that I can think of that bothers me a bit at times.



I highly recommend this bag for anyone in the market for an every day bag that can be used to run errands, go out to dinner with friends, etc. You will certainly get a lot of use out of it, making it a very practical purchase. It will also last a very, very long time due to the quality of the products used to make it.


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designerhandbagreview, thefivemusthavehandbagreviewThe color of this signature Rebecca Minkoff handbag caught my attention right off the bat! I usually gravitate towards turquoise this time of year but, I’ve been seeing TEAL everywhere instead for some reason this year, and it’s been drawing me in! I thought it’d be a fun pop of color to play with and add to summer outfits so, decided to give it a try! The quality of the leather is pretty impressive for the price. I prefer soft leather over hard and this bag is like butter … SO soft! It has a large zip compartment, which I love, as well as two small pockets for other small items like your phone or lip glosses on the other side. The inside is just enough space for the things I like to carry with me. Overall, I’m really impressed with this bag. I would assume it would last about two years of continued use.

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I honestly don’t have a lot of negative things to say about this bag. The thin tassel details may be a lot for some people. Sometimes I think maybe there are too many. It’s also a little short. I think I’d like another inch or two added to the height of it.



If you’re looking for a small summer satchel that is made of good quality material, will last a couple years, carry all of your necessities, while also adding a fun pop of color to your outfits on a daily basis, I think you will be really happy with this bag. I’ve had fun wearing it with some of my bright dresses and will be bringing it on a weekend getaway this weekend! 🙂


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Where do I begin? Louis Vuitton’s Damier Ebene Neverfull Tote is my favorite bag right now. I had it on my lust list for years and years, but found the Longchamp’s Le Pliage Medium Tote to be an amazing alternative for a much more affordable price. It’s been my go-to tote since college and, while I still believe it deserves high marks in functionality and comfort, I recently decided to finally pull the trigger on the LV Neverfull and am so happy I did. It has a gorgeous red striped fabric on the interior. The MM has just enough space for all of my work necessities, which helps me to not overpack and weigh myself down. It has a large zip pocket on the interior, and also comes with a small pouch to prevent your small items from spilling out all over the bottom of the tote. I also LOVE the little keychain detail on either side of the inside at the top. I hang my keys on them. All of these little details help keep me SUPER organized, which is typically hard to do!

designerhandbagreview, thefivemusthavehandbagreviewThe leather on this tote is very stiff, especially the straps, when you buy it from your local Louis Vuitton store. I’ve been using mine so much lately and it’s rare that my shoulders don’t feel a little tender from the straps digging into them. Over time, they will loosen up a bit and it won’t be so uncomfortable but wearing them in is a little painful. I think it’s important to not over stuff these bags in the beginning. It is a tote but I would recommend being a little more conservative for that reason.



If I were to recommend ONE designer handbag to you, it would be this bag. It is SO functional. You can take it to work. You can use it as your every day bag. You can use it for travel. The value of the bag will grow over time, being that this bag has been available at Louis Vuitton stores for years and years and, every year, the value of it increases. It is the most practical purchase you can make when it comes to designer handbags. I’d like to encourage you to consider buying a gently used LV from the links above and below because I believe the more broken in these items are, the more comfortable and impressed you’ll be by them. [My shoulders and I seriously wish mine were broken in, hah!]


All of these items are all authentic, gently used Louis Vuitton pieces.



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As much as I typically love all the colors Kate Spade handbags come in, I typically don’t find myself wanting one of their bags as much as I did with this pink, pebbled leather cross body. In my opinion, these bags are the best no-fuss option to invest in during the Spring and Summer. When you’re off to a summer picnic in the park or concert, you don’t want to carry a lot of stuff with you and you want your hands free and available, so these bags are just the best. This one, in particular, is a good size and fits all the necessities within the lined interior, as you can see in the photo’s. I was surprised it even fit my wallet! I personally prefer pebbled leather to saffiano so I really like that detail, and it’s the perfect medium shade of pink. I know it will compliment so many of the outfits I’ll be putting together. The cross body strap is adjustable, which is certainly a perk! You can have the bag rest on your body wherever is most comfortable for you! My Kate Spade handbags in the past have lasted about three years so, overall, I think the price is certainly justifiable.

designerhandbagreview, thefivemusthavehandbagreviewThe tassels are an adorable detail to this bag but, they’re a little large and in charge when you’re wearing the bag, to be honest. I’d also rather just use the tassels as a keychain holder.



If you’re looking for a fun pop of color and a good quality, highly functional cross body bag, this is the one for you! It also comes in other colors! I think you will be very happy with this one!


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designerhandbagreview, thefivemusthavehandbagreviewThe blue and pink colors within this adorable straw tote were what originally drew me in to consider it as my 2016 summer beach bag. The overall aesthetic is a dream, even in person, but there were a few things that convinced me to keep it. One thing I love is its size. I hope you can tell from the photo’s that I can fit quite a few things in it without it being TOO large: two towels, my drink holder, flamingo towel clips, my phone and could certainly fit a couple books and a bag of my sun protectants. I love the fact that it’s double-lined, which makes getting the sand out of it super easy. I also love that it has a small zip compartment to safely stow my phone and keys without them getting grimy and sandy while at the beach. It seems to be very well-made and the straps have enough drop to carry on your arm as a tote comfortably.

designerhandbagreview, thefivemusthavehandbagreviewWithout your towels and other beach day necessities within the tote, it does not stand up by itself. This could be a little frustrating when packing everything back into it at the end of a long, hot day. If this is a deal-breaker for you, and would like a similar one that is sturdy and stands alone, you can find one HERE.

overallrecommendationBuy this as your next beach tote only if you’re solely obsessed with it aesthetically. I only say that because, after reviewing the similar sturdy option I listed above [I have it in pink], it seems you get a little more with that one than the Tory Burch one. It is a little larger all over. It stands on its own. It has a small storage compartment AND it has three color options to choose from. Not to mention, it’s much cheaper. Hope this recommendation and review helped!



And there you have it … the first handbag review! I hope you all liked it and found it helpful! If you have any questions about any of the bags, please feel free to leave a comment! If there’s anything you would like me to comment on in the future, please include that, as well. This is the first go at it so I’m open to suggestions 🙂 I’m off to get cleaned up and packed for a fun beach weekend away! Be sure to follow along on Snapchat to find out where I’m headed! I’m getting a MUCH later start than I originally anticipated but … it’ll be worth the hustle and long night drive in the end 🙂 Thanks for stopping by, y’all! xo.



Editor's Notes



  1. laura wrote:

    loved this post!! It was very helpful!! Please do more like this!

    Published 4.22.16 · Reply
  2. Natali wrote:

    Great picks! I would suggest the same kind of bags and the designer names are “on point” too, not too pricey, not too affordable and of a great quality for your money ratio. 🙂

    Published 4.22.16 · Reply
  3. Christine wrote:

    Awesome review! I have been waiting for this post lol. Loved all the bags that you reviewed and really appreciated your honesty and transparency. I put myself in that same financial situation a few years back and debt is no fun! I promised myself to not put myself in that position again and it feels so much better to be in control of your finances! I appreciate that you are so kind and encouraging of every girl on a budget. I love your blog and will continue to read :). XO, Christine

    Published 4.23.16 · Reply
  4. Jayne wrote:

    HI! Thank you for an awesome review of your gorgeous handbags. Thank you also, for your transparency with your financial woes. So wonderful that you have straightened them out and can now help others to be careful. There are a couple of options, as you probably know for people who really want the designer bags, but can’t afford the full price. There are several “rent a bag” sites out there now, as well as consignment luxury sites. My daughter and I have used both options and were very happy with both ways of receiving them. Just ,aka sure they are “authenticated” sites. Thank you again- love your blog!

    Published 4.23.16 · Reply
  5. Camille C. wrote:

    Oh my goodness. I just think you are great! I love your blog and although I will never be able to afford (grad school husband and part time nurse and full time mama) a lot of what you post about, I know you work hard for what you have and hope you enjoy every second of your fun splurges! You deserve it and I will keep following you whether I can afford it all or not! I get so much fashion inspiration from you and the other bloggers I follow and that’s why I follow you.

    Published 4.23.16 · Reply
  6. Jaclyn wrote:

    Thank you so much for this handbag review. I have been hoping that you would do something like this! I also appreciate you talking about the financial aspect of handbags. I’m a nurse so I always ask myself how many extra shifts do I have to work to buy this and is it worth it to me. It’s just so easy to get caught up in commercialism. Thank you for your advice!
    Please do this again with your other handbags. Maybe your TB Perry tote and your Prada. And I would love to hear your thoughts on the best handbag for travel and why. I’ve heard many people say the Neverfull GM but it looks gigantic. Thank you!

    Published 4.23.16 · Reply
  7. Natalie wrote:

    This post was SO helpful! I love how you shared the pros and cons of each bag. I also love that you shared less expensive alternatives. I would love to see more posts like this!

    xo, Natalie

    Published 4.23.16 · Reply
  8. Elizabeth wrote:

    Great post!! Your transparency in regards to finances is refreshing and is truly missing from other bloggers.

    Published 4.23.16 · Reply
  9. How 2 Wear It wrote:

    This was a fabulous post! Well executed, thorough, researched .. nailed it girl! I’m glad you addressed the price point issue as well. Everyone’s budget is different and you were mindful of that. Love love loved!

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    Published 4.23.16 · Reply
  10. Kelsey wrote:

    Very helpful post! I do have a question about the Chloe bag. Did you ever compare to the medium Chloe Marcie bag? I noticed Nordstrom doesn’t carry it currently but Saks does. I was just wondering since you mentioned the interior is a bit small. Also have you ever seen Chloe Marcie bags on any type of sale?

    Published 4.25.16 · Reply
    • AlysonHaley wrote:

      Hey Kelsey! Actually, the Medium Chloe Satchel is only larger in the width, not in the depth. The depth is the interior of the bag and is what I would prefer to be larger. What I’m not sure about is why they’re the same price, lol.

      Published 4.25.16 ·
    • Shay wrote:

      Hi I was curious, the bag you have is the small or medium size? The link is taking me to the medium satchel which is $1990 vs. the small which is $1750. Which is this one?

      Published 2.27.20 ·
    • AlysonHaley wrote:

      That is the medium! Sorry if it is classified as the small. I definitely didn’t realize I made that mistake! xo.

      Published 2.27.20 ·
  11. Elizabeth wrote:

    This was a really fun and informative post – I loved it! That kate spade bag is my favorite!

    Published 4.25.16 · Reply
  12. Taryn N. wrote:

    I loved this post! I have also kept a Tory or Kate spade bag, but lately want to get a couple upscale designer bags. I want 2 just as staple everyday pieces. So this was helpful, thanks!

    Published 4.25.16 · Reply
  13. Kathryn wrote:

    I’ve heard tons of people suggest the Louis Vuitton never full bag! It sounds like a must have 🙂

    xx Kathryn

    Published 4.25.16 · Reply
  14. Jane Ann wrote:

    loved this post!

    Published 5.4.16 · Reply
  15. Amber wrote:

    Loved this post!!

    Published 5.15.16 · Reply
  16. Vela wrote:

    Finally, a thoroughly researched and well executed blog post. I’m glad you included con’s part also to utterly describe not so known features of bags. Simply Loved it!

    Published 8.2.16 · Reply
    • AlysonHaley wrote:

      Glad you enjoyed it Vela! xo.

      Published 8.2.16 ·
  17. Angela wrote:

    Would love to know your thoughts on goyard totes?

    Published 9.19.16 · Reply
  18. Kim wrote:

    How has your Neverfull held up? I have the Classic Mono one and have been disappointed and I’ve heard a lot of complaints about the Damier straps cracking?? Trying to decide if I want the Damier or not.

    Published 11.2.16 · Reply
    • AlysonHaley wrote:

      My Neverfull has held up great and I wear it ALL the time here in London, because I’m always out for a long time and always have my camera in it as well. I see no wear and tear on the straps of mine.

      Published 11.3.16 ·
  19. Lucinda wrote:

    Great detailed blog. I would suggest you try Susurro Ldn I bought their Amdrilisa tote it’s so practical fits everything I need and the quality is amazing.

    Published 1.14.17 · Reply
  20. CECILIA wrote:

    Awesome! Love it

    Published 1.23.17 · Reply
    • AlysonHaley wrote:

      Thanks! 🙂

      Published 1.23.17 ·
  21. Tammy wrote:

    Great reviews. I own several Louis Vuitton & they are not leather is the reason they are stiffer (which I love because I love more structure) but are a sturdy canvas that is patented & makes it weather resistant & resilient to scratches. This is why a bag that is 30 years old looks as good as a bag bag that is five years old & you are so right about the investment & value going up & would suggest anyone making that purchase to save your receipt, box & bag that come with it, making it easier to sell if you should decide to. Thank you for sharing your heart & love your blog.

    Published 1.28.17 · Reply
  22. Amiya wrote:

    Hi thanks for sharing this beautiful handbags. nice

    Published 2.9.17 · Reply
  23. Natalie wrote:

    This post is so helpful! I’m so torn right now between the Chloe Medium Marcie Satchel and the LV Neverfull GM. I love them both and can’t decide which way to go! Thanks for a great, thorough post! 🙂

    Published 2.25.17 · Reply
  24. Alania wrote:

    I am looking at purchasing my first Chloe Marcie (from a used or secondary site ….and would love your thoughts on the tan vs. the nut…I’m finding it so hard to decide as a first purchase!…your help would be so appreciated!….thanks from Canada!

    Published 2.28.17 · Reply
  25. Alania wrote:

    Hi…thank you so much!…I am looking to make my first Chloe Marcie purchase from a secondary site but I am having such a time choosing between the tan and nut colors (I also love the cashmere grey)…I believe you own both tan and nut and would love to know your thoughts!

    Thanks from Canada!

    Published 2.28.17 · Reply
  26. Ali wrote:

    Hi! nice review! did you saw the Massaccesi Handbags ?Bespoke Luxury Handbags ~ Made in Italy!!!!!
    quality leathers and a variety of colors all for you to decide! i love this brand! take a look and maybe one day we will see a review on your page!
    PS : website :

    Published 3.10.17 · Reply
  27. Terra Roisin wrote:

    Thank you so much- this is such a great post Alyson!

    I just got the Neverfull in the damier ebene about two weeks ago and so glad I came across your post to read your review. I’ve loved this bag and wanted it for years, but feel more certain after reading your post I made the right choice! <3

    Fifteen Minutes to Flawless

    Published 5.4.17 · Reply
  28. Kit wrote:

    Hi you have a nice classy style, the pup is so sweet. I would like your advice or anyone who may see this. I purchased the Chloe Marci large satchel…I am struggling with the size. I am only 5’2 and a curvy girl around 160. Please be brutally honest and tell me if this bag is for me or a taller lady, or fuller figure lady. Its black and so many women love this handbag. I felt the medium was too small. But now I just don’t know…Please help. 14in by 17in by 5in

    Published 10.16.17 · Reply
    • AlysonHaley wrote:

      I emailed you back 🙂

      Published 10.16.17 ·
  29. Allison wrote:

    I know you wrote this post last year but I need to tell you how much I respect and appreciate you being so forward and upfront about financial security. It is something that can be really difficult and almost cumbersome for many middle class individuals. I have been debating for a long time on buying the Chloé bag and I think your disclaimer is so important: Don’t buy it unless you can truly afford it. I have been saving up my coins and it’ll be cherished once I’m able to afford it.

    Thank you, Thank you for being real.

    Allison | Peplums & Pie

    Published 1.18.18 · Reply
  30. You share the perfect leather handbag post. I am searching on google for latest handbags and i found this much useful blog. I am impressed from this new design leather handbags. I haven’t any word to appreciate this post. Thanks for sharing the great information. Good Luck!

    Published 6.5.18 · Reply
    • AlysonHaley wrote:

      You’re welcome! Happy you found it.

      Published 6.5.18 ·
  31. Marilyn wrote:

    Thank you for the real talk! The honesty about personal spending habits is something there should be more of across the fashion spectrum. I’ve been there too. After recovering, I’ve leaned into buying second-hand consignment and vintage as a great alternative to having quality fashion classics at prices I’m more comfy with.

    Your collection is beautiful, and the tip about the Longchamp Pliage is on point. Those totes are wonderfully versatile and stylish for both work and travel. Love my medium Pliage in bilberry.

    Published 7.8.18 · Reply
    • AlysonHaley wrote:

      Thank you for your kind words, Marilyn! It’s so important to be honest about things like that in this social media realm we live in. Comparison is the thief of joy and if I can make someone feel less alone then I’ve done what I set out to do with my influence. That’s a really good tip you shared about opting to buy second-hand consignment and vintage pieces. There are so many great places to do that these days! xo.

      Published 7.8.18 ·
  32. Neil wrote:

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    Published 3.2.19 · Reply
  33. BagsButler wrote:

    Very well written blog. I’ve been following Alysonhaley for a long time and it’s one of the best blogs out there on designer handbag shopping reviews.


    Published 10.29.19 · Reply
  34. This post was really helpful! I love how you shared the pros and cons of each bag. I also love that you shared less expensive alternatives. I would love to see more posts like this!

    I actually wrote a blog that showcases personal stories in an easy-to-understand way.
    Here is the link to my blog and website

    Thanks a lot.

    Published 5.12.20 · Reply
  35. Love your handbags, the colors, and descriptions. Thank you for sharing.

    Published 6.21.20 · Reply
  36. Thanks for your blog. It was very helpful to have options as you listed. I find that I like the Kate Spade and Tory Burch bags as I prefer not to purchase an expensive handbag. I enjoyed looking at all of the bags on your blog and appreciate your recommendations.

    Published 2.27.21 · Reply
  37. Rolinda Abbs wrote:

    I love the Chloe bags❤️

    Published 1.30.24 · Reply