I like fish but I’m a little terrified by these bags…or their handles, to be precise. Vivre suggests that I make this my “signature bag.” I’m afraid I’m going to have to pass on that. However, I still hope I will find the crazy Louboutin fish shoes marked way down to about $100 or so. I would definitely spend $100 to have hilarious fish feet. But not $1000.
Cris in OR says
Actually the bags are kind of cute, but they do look a bit uncomfortable to hold onto. 😉
Thanks for the nice comment on my blog.
yea those are interesting…. i would not be ablt to pull that off lol
They’re creepy, definitely… but I can’t help but sort of like them!
– Lillian from paperchandelier.net
fish feet are important to happiness and well-being. but not $1000 important.
More and more, Dorkas, I feel my life is not complete without fish feet. How will I ever achieve this at a reasonable price? Maybe Christian Louboutin has someone whose full-time job is to obsessively Google him. In that case, Christian Louboutin employee, please send me the fish shoes that everyone hates in a size 36.5! I will make people sorry for making fun of those fabulous piscine peeptoes!
In Yr Fshn says
Oh, I do not like these. They give me the willies major. (Doesn’t that sound like an inappropriate constellation?)
But Wendy, I admire that you recognize the importance of fish feet. (And alliteration, apparently)
Alliteration is alluring!
this is an whimsical concept (and i LOVE whimsy!), but i don’t care much for the body of the bag…it’s a little too plain for me.
i do hope you get your fish feet, though! i’ll cross my fingers for you 🙂
Thank you, dreamecho! 😉
okay, SO MANY POINTS for the phrase “piscine peeptoes.”
I’m trying to come up with more alliteration but I’m, um, floundering.