I saw this picture and just had to share.
I have to admit, it’s kind of cute.Â Not something that I would ever pay for, or take the time to do myself, but pink LV logos decorating the interior of a car is kind of fun (although very, very tacky).Â
Logos are all well and good.Â I like Louis Vuitton as much as the next person.Â I have experienced the quality first hand and have to admit, their bags are truly durable, unlike many bags I have purchased (including Gucci).Â I’m not always crazy about their designs (think neon roses and logos), but I am kind of loyal to the brand now that I’ve had myÂ Deauville for 5 years.Â I figured out the cost per wear, and because I’ve had it for 5 years, it’s down to about 2 cents per wear.Â I have definitely gotten my money’s worth, and it’s still as elegant as the day I bought it.Â You can’t say that about many trendy little handbags.Â Plus, it reminds me of J Lo.Â
I love the bags, I like the shoes although I don’t own any, and I like the clothes.Â I’m not exactly in the market for LV clothing, though, if you know what I mean.Â But that’s about as far as my loyalty goes.Â What I mean is, I would never do this to my house:
And I would also never do this:
At first, I thought those tattoos were real, but it turns out they were temporary for a runway show.Â Okay, I understand.Â But this gentleman did not go the temporary route.
Here’s another car just for fun:
Mamma mia, girls, you look pretty ridiculous.Â But Louis Vuitton is not the only logo that has been used to vulgarize perfectly good luxury cars.Â Â Check out the Burberry Maserati.Â I feel sorry for this car because it used to look good…
Oh, the humanity!Â
Dear readers, would you cover your car or your body in logos?Â Why do I think the answer will be NO?Â Â And what is your feeling about logos in general?Â Too ostentatious?Â Tacky?Â Or do you like quality and interpret the logo asÂ a representation of that quality?Â Personally, I don’t mind logos at all if they are subtle.Â And I have to admit, there is a part of me that wants the world to know that my bag was very expensive.Â I’m not sure what that says about me… shallow, materialistic, I’m not sure.Â But I paid a lot of money for the darn thing so forgive me.Â What about you?