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Nothing like a little heat and humidity to put some real strain on your bag. These find shops can service your handbag and bring it back to life!

Bridget’s Shoe & Handbag Repair Store
2429 Galiano St.
Miami, FL 33134
Phone: (305) 443-5217

Sunset Cobbler
5610 Sunset Dr
Miami, FL 33143
Phone: (305) 665-7065

Bagmaster Luggage Repair and Sales
18751 West Dixie Hwy
Miami, FL 33180
Phone: (305) 935-0327

Getting Your Louis Vuitton Repaired In Miami

Louis Vuitton Miami Coral Gables Neiman Marcus
Village of Merrick Park 390 San Lorenzo Ave., Coral Gables – FL 33146
Phone: (305) 446-0116

Louis Vuitton Miami Design District
140 NE 39th Street, Miami – FL 33137
Phone: (305) 573-1366

Louis Vuitton Palm Beach
150 Worth Avenue Level 1, Suite 107, PALM BEACH – FL 33480
Phone: (561) 659-1626

Louis Vuitton Palm Beach Gardens
The Gardens Mall, Level 2 3101 Palm Beach Garden Boulevard, Palm Beach Gardens – FL 33410
Phone: (561) 627-2298

Getting Your Chanel Bag Fixed

Chanel Palm Beach
301 Worth Ave, Palm Beach, FL 33480
Phone: (561) 655-1550

Chanel Neiman Marcus – Palm Beach
Street Address: 151 Worth Ave, Palm Beach, FL 33480
Phone: (561) 805-6150

Saks Fifth Avenue – Palm Beach
Esplanade, 172 Worth Ave, Palm Beach, FL 33480
Phone: (561) 833-2551

Chanel Palm Beach Gardens
The Gardens Mall, 3101 PGA Boulevard, Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33410
Phone: (561) 622-2055

Saks Fifth Avenue – Palm Beach Gardens
The Gardens Mall, 3109 PGA Boulevard, Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33410
Phone: (561) 694-9009

Tips For Keeping Your Bag in Good Condition in Miami

Harsh weather can have a negative effect on all kinds of valuable items. Whether it’s guitars, cars or handbags – the weather isn’t your friend. In Miami, your precious belongings get an even bigger dose of hardship because of extreme heat and humidity. The only luxury goods that love Miami weather are probably cigars!

So what can you do to give your handbag some extra lifespan?

1. Don’t leave your bag in your car

The internal temperature of a car sitting in the sun can easily exceed 120 degrees Fahrenheit after a few minutes. Bag materials can stretch, expand and/or discolor in this kind of environment. Remember, a lot handbags are designed in Europe where the weather is a lot colder. Something to think about.

Additionally, glues will begin to melt and ooze at high temperatures. If you HAVE to leave your bag in your car, the trunk is probably the safest place for it.

2. Avoid leaving your bag in direct sunlight

Direct sunlight can discolor and destroy bag leather and fabrics. Again, this is why you don’t want to leave your bag in your car. But this is also an issue at your home, where a bag can still be left near a window or sliding door where the sun can beat down on it. Read our How to Store Your Designer Handbags article for tips on how to keep your bags in great condition at your home.

3. Watch out for the dangers of night life!

Of course you’re going to want to show off your newest bag when you go out on the town. But this is a bigger danger zone for your handbag! Busy clubs with people running into you, food and drink accidents, and trips to the bathroom – all hazardous situations. Maybe take a second to think about what bag you really want to take out at night.

4. Don’t take your good bags to the beach!

The beach is the worst place for a designer bag. Not only do you have the sun and humidity in full force, you have salt air and even worse – sand! Sand and wind is natures’ derm-abrasive 🙂 – unless you want to turn a full grain bag into nubuck, we suggest bringing a beach-friendly tote along and leave the designer bag at home.

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