Recondition a Leather Handbag

How to Recondition a Leather Handbag

This week in my first installment of Buy Less, Buy Better segment of my blog, I am going to show you how to Recondition a Leather Handbag, I’m going to be using a Chanel handbag that I’ve had for over 10 years. I decided to use my favorite bag so that you don’t have to worry whether my technique will hurt your favorite handbag.   When you purchase an expensive handbag, you want to have it looking fabulous for years to come.  If you take care of your handbags and re-condition them, they will look great for years.

 

Here is my steps step-by-step guide on how to recondition a leather handbag or you can check out the video below (all links to my favorite products are listed below the video):

  1. Clean any dirt or dust of the bag, I like this Leather Shampoo from Leather Spa.
  2. Apply leather conditioner (I like the one from Leather Spa) to the bag with a soft cloth or a paper towel, as I used in the video. Be sure to get every nook and cranny including the inside (if it’s leather that is). 
  3. Let it dry for a few minutes then use a soft horse hair brush and/or clean soft cloth to buff the handbag and add shine.
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How to Buy Less

How to Buy Less, Buy Better!

I’m starting a new segment of my blog and Youtube Channel, “Buy Less, Buy Better“.  Please note that this is not another “Style for Less” blog.  I’ve always gravitated towards a more classic style, which honestly makes it easier to buy less.  I like to keep things classic, which can be a bit boring to some, but I like the ease of it and that you always look put together.  It’s taken me a while to hone my style.  I tried many fashion fads in my teens and 20’s but unfortunately my body is not made for many trends.  At this point of my life I feel like I’ve found my sweet-spot as far as my style goes.  I have a more athletic, hourglass figure; I have curvier thighs, a butt and boobs.  I always feel best when I show off my curves rather than hide them.  If I wear pants, I like skinny jeans.  If I wear a shirt or dress, I like ones that shows my waist, etc. Most trendy clothes, IMHO are designed for skinny little things without many curves. If you know your body, trying to force yourself in to the latest trend can be a disaster…and then you toss out the cheap, trendy clothes and move on the the next trend.… Read Full Post