If scrolling the LV site was an Olympic sport, then hand over those gold medals. From scouring new collections, to keeping an eye on when highly coveted items are back in stock, we might spend more time here than on Netflix trying to decide which binge-worthy show to watch next.
With recent and repeated Louis Vuitton price increases over the past months, browsing bags, wallets, and other SLGs led us to a rather unique little something. Actually- it’s quite more than that. In fact, it’s one of the cutest bags we’ve seen from Louis Vuitton. Admittedly it’s not new, but that shouldn’t make it any less desirable. It’s just time to take a second (or third) look.
What bag are we referring to? None other than the LV3 Pouch. Let’s get into some of its features before we hammer down on that “Purchase Now” button…
The pouch consists of three, separate Louis Vuitton Monogram pochettes, attached in descending waterfall fashion on champagne gold hardware rings. The classic monogram strap is adjustable, allowing the LV3 to be worn both crossbody and on the shoulder.
Each pochette is crafted in versions of the LV monogram print. One pouch is in the classic style, while the other is an embossed, black empreinte finish. To top it all off, the pièce de résistance is the front featured, reverse monogram pochette- complete with delicate LV logo zipper.
To get into specifics, each pouch measures 8.7 x 6.7 x 2.4 inches (length x width x height) and the strap drop is between 9.8 inches to 19.7 inches long. It retails for $2500.
For some reason, the LV3 doesn’t get nearly the same attention as other Louis Vuitton Monogram bags. As compared to the everlasting frenzy over the Multi Pochette Accessories, another bag with detachable multiple compartments, the LV3 flies a bit under the radar. Somewhat. After all, it too is sold out online.
But, perhaps it’s time to look again at the LV3.
What do you think about the LV3 Pouch? Are you surprised it’s not gotten more airtime as other Louis Vuitton pieces? Will you be adding it to your cart when it, hopefully, returns back in stock? Let us know.
Updated: January 27th, 2022