I love my Louis Neverfull MM. It’s the perfect size for me, and the brown check pattern is great for fall and winter. With spring on the horizon, I’ve been wanting a similar tote in a brighter color. I don’t have the budget for another Neverfull right now, as 90% of my income goes back into this business, and I honestly don’t LIKE the white check pattern.
To my surprise, as I was scrolling through Nordstrom Rack for my Daily Deals one day, I came across this tote bag. It was on sale for $35, came in 5 colors, including white, and was the right size. I instantly placed an order, and it just arrived this week. Time to compare the real Louis to the Louis Vuitton Neverfull dupe!
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The tote comes in blue, red, white (pictured), black, and black with brown accents.
I got the white, which features a geometric pattern of whites and beiges. It honestly looks similar to a Tory Burch tote I’ve seen as well as Goyard print. I like that it has the stripe, too, for something different. I will say that the piping is a tad bit inconsistent around the bag, but it’s a small enough thing that no one will ever notice unless I physically point it out.
Size wise, it’s fairly similar to the Louis Neverfull MM. It maybe has an inch on it in both height and width, but it’s not anything to write home about. There are no adjustable straps on the sides of this dupe like the Neverfull, but it stands up fine on its own.
Both have similar clasps to keep the tote from spilling over AND include removable pouches. On the inside, the bags look nearly identical, with a side pocket and zipper. The Louis does have a place for the pouch to hook on, where this tote does not. The amount of space inside the bag for items is very comparable.
The pouches differ in size. The Louis pouch is smaller and has a pocket inside. This tote’s pouch is larger and comes with a wrist strap, I suppose to use as a clutch on its own.
Overall, I really like this tote. It’s great for the price, and I know I will be using it a lot this spring!
What do you think of my $35 find?!