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the tiniest change would make a big difference!

I was looking at a Patricia Nash bag that's in my wishlist...a bucket, Octavia.  Really like the style.

 

It has two sections, divided by a zippered section.  The thing is the zippered section isn't attached at the bottom.  WHY???  Why would I want two sections if they don't stay separate...if things I put in one section can easily relocate themselves to the other section?  In fact, I'd gladly give up the zippered section for two completely two separate parts.

 

The tiniest change...like attaching this center section at the bottom to give the bag two true, separate sections...how hard/expensive can that be?

 

On the bright side...look how much money I saved today!

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Re: the tiniest change would make a big difference!

You could always tack it down.

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Re: the tiniest change would make a big difference!

Good point @esme .  I am amazed now and then about what I call poor design.  Like in, how did this even make it off the drawing board, it is so foolishly designed.   And some expensive items too.


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Re: the tiniest change would make a big difference!


@Ricki Lynn wrote:

You could always tack it down.


@Ricki Lynn  Thanks.  But at that price, they can tack it down before I buy it.

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