Thinking about my upcoming Christmas in Vegas trip....wait a minute, I didn't mention it did I?
Here's the scoop: Hubby and I are having a 2nd honeymoon in Vegas for the Christmas holiday. We are staying at the Bellagio (*shreiks*) for 4 nights. I'm saving up for this trip as we speak. I'm planning on a Spa Signature Sampler at the Bellagio Spa and shopping at Fashion Show Mall. He's planning on gambling and watching College football at the sport's book. (He better make us some $$) Together, we'll be seeing "O" and Danny Gans. As well as eating, eating, and eating, oh yeah, and drinking. In between, I foresee lots of relaxing peppered with blackjack and sightseeing. Oh yeah - I'm looking forward to it.
Anyways, as I was thinking about this trip, I remembered my last trip to Albuquerque. As I was sitting in the airport, waiting for my flight, another fellow passenger caught my eye. Actually, it was her gigantic red Coach Signature tote that caught my attention. A closer look revealed a khaki Coach Signature wallet poking out the top. I'm pretty sure she was also carrying a Coach Signature Demi pouch, but I don't remember exactly. What I do remember, however, is that she was wearing a black/grey Coach Mini-Sig Belt.
Was I envious? Well, honestly, no. Hers was a case of Logo Overload (LO). She was wearing so much Coach signature stuff, that I really had to doubt the authenticity. Is this me just being bitchy? No, it isn't. I'm merely stating that there is such a concept as too much of a good thing. It could have been real authentic Coach stuff owned by one lucky girl (she was young like me), but wearing ALL of it made it appear fake.
*sigh* When good logos go bad... Please, do NOT abuse status logos. Thank you.
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