DIY: Make Over Your Not-So-It Bag

So, you got an It bag. You know you shouldn't have splurged but you convinced yourself that you absolutely cannot live without it (this season anyway). You buy it. You notice that every girl (and Bryanboy impersonator) on the street is carrying "it." Now you feel like that person wearing a fedora and you have no money to purchase anything from the Fall 2010 first deliveries. What to do?
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So, you got an It bag. You know you shouldn't have splurged but you convinced yourself that you absolutely cannot live without it (this season anyway). You buy it. You notice that every girl (and Bryanboy impersonator) on the street is carrying "it." Now you feel like that person wearing a fedora and you have no money to purchase anything from the Fall 2010 first deliveries. What to do?
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So, you got an It bag. You know you shouldn't have splurged but you convinced yourself that you absolutely cannot live without it (this season anyway). You buy it. You notice that every girl (and Bryanboy impersonator) on the street is carrying "it." Now you feel like that person wearing a fedora and you have no money to purchase anything from the Fall 2010 first deliveries. What to do? 1. Ebay. You can always use the money to pay off your credit card bills (which you used to purchase said bag). However, you might get more for it a few seasons from now, when it's not so "over."

2. Store it and save it for your grandchild. If, that is, you plan on procreating at SOME point in your long, distinguished life. 3. Make like Jenny Kang--Lucky Fashion Market Editor and founder of Dads--and turn it into a completely different satchel. In this case, Kang transformed a handbag into a shoulder bag by using a strap from her messenger bag. Voila!