Quick post: Using Pineider, and Happy mail

So this week I finally took out the the grey envelope style Pineider that I bought some time ago, and I am so happy that I did! It is just one beautiful planner. Pineider is an Italian stationery company that also sells other luxury leather goods such as handbags and wallets. The company has been around for a long time. I bought this on a sale that they are still having. I am so tempted to get this in another colour but I am restraining myself. I have made quite a few planner purchases recently (and you will see them all soon šŸ˜‰ ) But this planner has made me realise how much I really love tri-fold type planners. I felt very classy carrying this around with me. lol Will do a review about what I feel about it, and hopefully also make a video review as there isn’t much out there on the internet about these planners. The website also doesn’t give much detail on the planners either unfortunately…

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And below is my happy mail!!! šŸ˜€ I bid and won a scotch grain Mulberry agenda, and I also purchased a compact Malden. I sold my Pennybridge a long time ago with the intention of replacing it with a Malden. Until now, I wasn’t able to find one in the EU at a price that I could afford. Whilst I’m very pleased with this, I was kind of disappointed to see that the pockets in the Malden are not full leather, but are lined with fabric. I was under the impression that the wallet section was made from full leather! Oh well, I still like it and look forward to using it. This purple has a different texture from my old purple Malden which I sold. I much prefer the smooth texture of this one. šŸ™‚

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‘Till next time,

P.

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