I couldn't resist decorating my LED winter tree with Fendi Bag Charms. I've been collecting bag bugs for years and there is a special story to go with each one. I'm not gonna share my silly antics - My Fendi bag charm obsession was and is a little ridiculous.
These are my Fendi bag charms from Christmas' past - Kooky, Fur Me, Strangee, Karlito, an angry monster with red eyebrows (I don't remember the name), Birgami, Archy and the white fruits bag charm (pineapple). These furry bag charms aren't on trend anymore, but my obsession with these monsters is profound.
Oh and my Toy Poodle is captivated by them. He sits and stares at the tree hoping one will fall into his mouth. That's what Teddy does when he wants something - stares at it like he's using the force! He hasn't mastered telekinesis yet, but he's a determined little bear.
Casual and comfy in an Iggy Pop tunic and Converse. Oh and the furball is my favorite Fendi bag bug Strangee (I didn't name
December 29, 2014
The arctic winter climate in Montreal calls for layers of shirts, sweaters and of course, fashionable fur! Pictured here: Elizabeth and JamesÂ Bianca rabbit and coyote fur jacket, Alice+Olivia Izzy cardigan,Â Marc Jacobs Boots,Â J Brand Photo Ready skinny jeans, Louis Vuitton Alma handbag, and Fendi's "Strangie" Bag Bug (I luv Buggies!).