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louis vuitton luggage OK guys, I need your help. I wanted to conduct a little survey of sorts on here because I've been obsessively researching (as I tend to do) and I'm having a hard time finding like minded ladies' opinions on this topic across the general internets. Here's the deal: I'm heading to Italy in a couple of weeks (eee!), and I'm in need of new luggage. I'm in hardcore shopping mode and I'm all over the place between the cheapest and pricier options. I feel like a suitcase is one of those coming of age purchases. Since it does take a beating over time, it's normal to go through luggage fairly frequently, having to say goodbye to the one the TSA has battered and abused for the past few years, and move on to something new. While the fact that luggage gets so beat up is a reason not to spend a lot, at the same time there is nothing worse than a suitcase breaking on you mid-trip. I know because it's happened to me with every piece of luggage I've ever owned, and it makes me SO ANGRY. Ok maybe that's also because I'm usually hungry and tired while it's happening, but still. THE WORST. I've never splurged on luggage but I'm considering stepping it up from the cheapest of the cheap for this next purchase. What kind of luggage do you use? Hard side or soft side? Cheap-o or splurgey? I'm considering going middle-of-the-road. Not the cheapest, but not $800 either. And I'm REALLY into the white hard side cases, regardless of how silly that may be. It's just so chic, and I don't mind putting in a little work to keep it clean. Has anyone owned a white suitcase? I'm dying to know your luggage experience and tips ladies, so please do share!

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Victorinox / Globe Trotter / Rimowa / Mandarina Duck / Tumi / Louis Vuitton / Ben Minkoff / DVF / Samsonite

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