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Review of the Stunning Alexander McQueen Wallets In Nocturnal Design

This is a guest review from Angie who was gracious enough to send me all of these photos and a review of each piece.  Thank you so much Angie!  I totally agree with you on unicorns and moths! "I have wanted to get a new wallet for a while.  I first learned about the gorgeous Nocturnal design from Alexander McQueen collection from Petite Impact's review of the key holder . I was instantly enamored. I am a child of the 80’s, who doesn’t want a unicorn on their wallet along with a few pretty blue moths?!  I was not sure which wallet I wanted so I ordered a few to look at, as there aren't any stores close to me in Minnesota that carried these beauties.  I found out that most of the stores that carry Alexander McQueen offer free shipping and returns, i.e. Alexander McQueen online store, Nordstrom, Saks and Neiman Marcus. Just a tiny tidbit, you can find these listed on European sites and pay less due to the currency exchange rate. (clockwise: top left key holder,

Alexander McQueen Nocturnal Key holder!

For ten years I've used a Louis Vuitton Cles as my key holder.  I purchased it mainly because I really loved the Groom print.  For something that I used every single day and for it to last ten plus years shows the kind of quality Louis Vuitton is known for. As you can see, the colors are starting to rub off but the monogram canvas looks as good as new.  I also really love the size of the Cles because it fits perfectly in my hand.   The Alexander McQueen key holder was on my fall lust wish list .  Last week I took the plunge and ordered it from their website.  As you can see the Alexander McQueen is substantially bigger than my Louis Vuitton.  It's almost too big for my small hands.  But I can't get over how amazing it looks with unicorns and blue moths.  The zipper pull is a skull which is of course my favorite part.   I don't use too many keys.  Just three keys and a garage door opener (which is actually really thick and sort of cumberso