My Mom recently pulled out an Etienne Aigner leather handbag that my Dad had given her for Christmas in the mid-70′s. And while she hadn’t carried it in many years, she just couldn’t bring herself to get rid of it due to the nostalgic, sentimental value. The leather was still in great shape, just a little tired and worn around the shoulder strap and opening. The most crucial aspect here was getting the color exact, so as to duplicate the original ‘signature’ Aigner burgundy red. Should you love but not have a vintage bag in your closet or your Mom’s, check out www.vintage-instyle.com. Their selection of vogue vintage purses is endless. And should you come across one that suits your fancy but’s just a little tired, remember Fibrenew can make what’s old, new again. Afterall, ‘new’ is a big part of our name!
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