Online Safe Replica Bags Mulberry Mini Lily Metallic Shoulder Bag


The Mulberry Mini Lily Metallic Shoulder Bag has been around for some time now, capturing the hearts of lots of bag lovers here and outside our community…but wait. What is this we’re seeing right now…it looks kind of different. A metallic one? We bet you didn’t see that coming!

Mulberry is all about aesthetics and design – and in spite of its teeny size, you’d expect this piece to deliver. As the luxury house would put it, ‘minature-sized doesn’t mean minimal use at Mulberry’. We’d have to agree on that – this small counterpart is still a beauty on its own.

Made with dyed-through calfskin with a smooth and shiny mirror effect, this piece really stands out. It has soft gold components and a postman’s lock closure, which keeps all of your personal effects intact. It even has a woven leather and chain shoulder strap, which allows you to wear it on your shoulders. Inside, it has credit card slots and a microfiber lined interior. Functional, indeed!

Measuring 11cm x 15cm x 6cm (H x W x D), you can get your very own Mini Lily Metallic Shoulder Bag for £375 GBP via Mulberry Bags Worth It Replica e-store.







Regardless of debuting a lineup of more accessible bags to win back old customers and signing on Cara Delevingne to do a high-profile capsule collection and effort, Mulberry’s bundles still have not turned around. Before this week, the business issued a profit warning to investors following a 17% decline in earnings in the first half of 2014, according to Women’s Wear Daily. Be cautious of anyone who wishes to blame this to international strife or changing travel patterns, even however; Mulberry’s only got itself into blame.In yesterday’s New York Times, Vanessa Friedman enumerated the problems at Mulberry Bags Worth It Replica that we’ve been discussing here for a short time. Despite the departure of catastrophic CEO Bruno Guillon, who reached the new from Hermès and, in his brief tenure, jacked up all its costs and alienated popular creative director Emma Hill to the verge of resignation, not much has changed. The company has yet to name a brand new permanent CEO or creative director, even though they do possess Cara Delevingne on their payroll.The problem with Delevingne, however, is that so does everybody else, from DKNY to Burberry into Chanel. Although her lineup and effort together with the brand’ve obtained a moderate amount of press attention, reporters on the Delevingne conquer are spread fairly thin; without ponying up money for an exclusive, her mere presence has limited value to a brand that’s trying to differentiate itself. Mulberry has a background of gambling on the wrong stars in the wrong ways, however; remember Lana Del Rey’s bag?