I bought a Mr. Ernest Vogue magazine clutch when I was about 14 years old and it disappeared from my possession around 19-20 years old. It might have been lost in a move to college, or in a garage sale, or left on a Chili's counter while I ate queso. I don't know. I just know it was about the coolest thing ever and I let it go. Boo, Me.
My purse was purchased at Westwood Mall in Houston, Texas, in the 1980s, when it was still a mall. Now I think it's a church or a jail or someplace I definitely can't buy a Mr. Ernest Vogue magazine clutch or Orange Julius or $5.00 tickets to see Depeche Mode play at Astroworld.
I've looked everywhere for this purse, only to find that one in mint shape was sold on Ebay exactly a week ago. If you have any leads on a Mr. Ernest Vogue magazine clutch, even if it's not in great condition, which I don't expect it to be, can you give me a heads-up?
I'm feeling nostalgic and I want my purse back.
Causes Kayla Cagan Supports
Oxfam America, Revlon Run/Walk against Women's Cancers