During the Lucky FABB Blogger Conference (more on this soon), I had the pleasure of meeting the designer and getting to know more about this brand, d’andrea Handbags. The Pre-Fall 2013 Collection, “The Mister” had me at hello.
Playing around with her wallets, and clutches, immediately I was drawn to THE DESIGNER’S bag and in love.
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Of course I would be drawn to the “Mr. Emotionally Unavailable” bag. Of Course. (looks to the left and smirks)
I was so in love that they sent me not ONE, BUT two! One for me and one for a lucky one of YOU! BUT, let me tell you about this bag, that I instagrammed last week in excitement.
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Buttery soft, roomy for my life to be carried, and sassy enough to rock everyday with style? Check. Check. And Check.
Here are the specs on Mr. Emotionally Unavailable:
- 16″H × 15″W × 4″D
- Front Zipper Pocket
- Inside Zipper Pocket
- Two Small Cell Phone Pockets
- Made with Cow Skin and Bengaline Lining
- Available in Black with Gold Hardware
- Made in the fabulous United States of America
And Guess What? I am not sure if you caught that, but I have a fab one to give to a lucky reader! AND you have to move fast!
Retailing for $575, this bag is luxe, divine, and sassy! I am here for all of it! So, what do you have to do to enter this giveaway? It’s easy…
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Fill out the steps in the form, the more steps you fill out, the greater your chances of winning!
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Entries open today and close on Monday, the 20th at 11:59 pm PST!
I hope I win! I am a true bag lady. I pinned it too.
just my style, love it
I signed up for the newsletter and pinned this! Love the bag, beautiful and functional!
I married my unavailable guy 13 years ago! I also signed up for the newsletter. 🙂
I signed up and working on pinning it now. Hi everyone!!!!!!!
That was pretty much *all* I dated! Looking back at the pattern of men that I went for, all I can feel is a sense of “YIKES why why WHY did I put up with that?!”
I absolutely love that the handbag is named that, though. Love!
That’s pretty much my perfect bag.
Also, I spent years trying to deal with an unavailable man. Ugh. Luckily I found a good one.
I love this bag, I love this bag, I LOVE THIS BAG!!
This bag is REALLY nice. Looks so BUTTERY! Mmmm..BUTTER! lol
This handbag is so cute. I love it even if it is ’emotionally unavailable’! 😉
I once responded to a guy on OkCupid in which the guy listed all his flaws and foibles, in a totally charming way. I responded with all of my flaws and foibles (in what I thought was a totally charming way). He wrote back, picking them out one-by-one and talking about why they made me undatable. But his last line was “You seem like a cool person, just not a good fit for me.” Heh.
My second ex-boyfriend was a Mr. Unemotionally Available Man. A couple of months before we finally broke up, I asked him if he was sure he really wanted to be with me. Yes or no question, right? His response was “I’m 80% sure.” WTF?!?! o_O Not to mention his habit of praising other women’s looks in front of me while insisting it wasn’t disrespectful, he was just a “connoisseur of beauty.” The things you put up with when you’re young and dumb…! Eventually I found out he had a second girlfriend so I kicked him to the curb and gave a chance to a guy who I thought wasn’t my type (who is now my fiance!).
This bag is great! It has everything I’ve been looking for- if only it would love me back!
Delicious bag–I am SO trying to win it! And, I am *so* glad I know better than to try for that kind of man these days 🙂
The bag is wonderful. as for Mr. Emotionally Unavailable…he was told to grow up and get lost years ago. Best thing I could have done for myself way back when as I got myself the bestest guy in the world and would not change him for anyone!! 🙂
Im not a purse person but im in love with this one. My story: i’d rather be miserably by myself then with someone else. Lol
Mr. Unavailable was in reality a closet chubby chaser. Someone who liked big women but wanted to be seen with a smaller size woman in public. We went out for a very brief period before I realized that when we did go out, it was often on the other side of town or at his house(he loved saying he was a homebody). This was during the days before Facebook or Twitter, so the way I found out was simply being out and catching him with someone else. But this bag I could love forever and ever
Love the bags! The camel colored one is so me!
These bags are to die for! I need it! 😀
I don’t think I ever met Mr E.U. My problem was the opposite – I attracted guys that were all TOO emotional and not pleasantly so.
I didn’t date much before marrying Mr.Right. He’s known to his family as Mr.Emotionally Clueless”- does that count? 🙂
I am a straight woman, who lost a straight man to a gay man, at a lesbian bar. True story
I would love to win this bag. It is absolutely what Ive been looking for. Don’t have much of a story, one wrong guy after another.
I signed up for the newsletter 🙂
This bag is sexy! IT would be great to carry my day to night essentials during FFFWeek. A few years ago I dated and grew very attached to a man who had been scorned. Everything was a question of why. And if you know me, you already know — I’m not fond of the consistent Q&A!
I signed up for the newsletter but I was already receiving it, will I now get it twice?
He’s One of my best and was emotionally unavailable for years, and when I got over him into my current great relationship, he realized that he’d lost something good.
I meant that He’s One of my best FRIENDS and was emotionally unavailable for years, and when I got over him into my current great relationship, he realized that he’d lost something good.
I guess I’m lucky, lol, I haven’t met an emotionally men..
what beautiful bags. i recently found your blog while searching plus size fashion on google. your blog is very captivating…
I adore this bag!
I signed up for newsletter.
ALL (and I repeat, all) my HS boyfriends were gay. Not kidding. I need this bag just for the therapy of the emotionally unavailable.
I seem to meet lots of men that are in relationships or married and act like they are single. Won’t have to worry about cheating with this bag!
I don’t have many funny dates, except a blind date a friend set me up on. The guy talked about his male best friend the whole time, wondering what he was doing or telling me stories about him. At the end, I was just like, “Maybe you should think about dating your friend, hun.” He acted so shocked, but I got a Facebook message a month or so later apologizing for his behavior on the date and telling me that he and his friend had started a relationship.
Sadly, that was the last date I’ve been on. I so need this bag for emotional support!
I was on a date with a guy and we ran into one of my girlfriends and he actually asked me if she was single. What a jerk.
Dated a guy on and off for a year and every time I decided I was ready to really give us a shot he disappeared.
I thought it was TOTALLY AWESOME in college to date a guy i met on spring break through a friend. But, he lived in Ohio. And I was in cali. So ya, that didn’t work out well. He kept saying he was relocating out here, and after several months of this, he did. but then we broke up like 2 weeks later.
I went on a date w/this guy that not only inhaled his food BUT after he finished his dinner (15min before me) he took the straw out of his drink and picked his teeth with it!! I wanted to flip the table over lol and to top it all off, he didn’t leave a tip for the server. I had to go back and leave her a tip. It was terrible…I shared the story on my blog.,
I did meet him, and the coursthip lasted a week. I need spice in my dating life, not soggy cereal! we tried to be friends, but that didn’t work either. some things/people are just not meant to be.
Yes I have met him actually one year before I met my now husband. I was initially hurt that it didn’t workout but later realized it was meant so better could come along.
Blind date. Kind of an older man. I was soooooo shy and closed off, but he made no attempt to make me comfortable. Ended up sitting uncomfortably in his living room chatting until I asked him to take m home. Learned that I could end things sooner to not waste some time. Btw killer bag.
I went on a date with a guy whom I had a crush on for over a year, I thought that maybe the stars were aligning and my romantic dreams would come true. No, I was delusional. Over my Ceasar salad he told me with no emotion that his relationship with god was all the mattered and the only one he ever would have a commitment with and I was too much of a non-believer. I was so upset I walked home with him trailing me in the car to make sure i arrived safely
after my divorce i dated a ‘lot’ of winners. rolls eyes. one guy i dated for three months and found out after that he was TOTALLY putting on a false front and was completely different than who he presented himself to be. i figure three months was a long as he could carry on the charade. yeesh. so glad to have been rid of him. i have been signed up for your newsletter for a while now. [email protected]
“Mr Emotionally Unavailable” is currently my husband. Don’t get me wrong, I love him to death, otherwise I wouldn’t have married him. But due to his upbringing, his mother’s death, and a horrific marriage (in which he was the victim of abuse), my dear husband is emotionally shut off. While I know he loves me, I’m not always reassured that he is in love with me. Just recently we started therapy, so I’m hoping that with time he will become Mr Emotionally Available!!
As for following you, I just found you on Facebook recently and am loving your newsletter!!
Dated a guy who I idea of a good time was to go fishing WAAY up north and stay in a cabin with no heat, electricity or running water.
Before meeting and marrying the love of my life, I had utilized nearly every kind of outlet to meet a decent guy, including online dating. I had met this one guy and we talked for about a month prior to setting up our first date. He was sweet, cute, and lived in my area. The big day arrived and I was so anxious, I had never done this kind of thing before. When the time comes for him to pick me up, I wait by the window, and I eventually see him pull up. The anticipation mounted. That is until he stepped to the front door and I realized that heels might not have been a good choice. You see, he was probably around 5’4″, and I was 5’10” without heels, and over 6′ with them! We went on the date, but you could tell he was a bit detached. At the end of the date when he dropped me off at home, he said, “Do you mind if I don’t call you again? You’re just too tall for me…”
I tend to be the “emotionally unavailable one.” However, I’ve been with the same BF for 6 years, so I’ve been out of the dating game for quite some time! 🙂
lovee the bag, must haveeee <3
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Now that’s one special Bag! Gotta Have it. I am in it to win it!
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I married my funny emotional man.
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OMG! I want to cry! Thanks so much!!!!