When the Marc by Marc Jacobs line does things right, it’s the perfect storm of fashion and affordability. When things go wrong though, it’s so tragic that I can barely choke out a review. Unfortunately, the Eazy Taryn falls into the latter category.
Ugh, PVC. Sure, it’s great for waterproofing and durability, but let’s be honest here; it looks pretty cheap. The light blue on navy monogram printed material isn’t helping much either. Frankly, if I wasn’t looking very carefully at the monogram, I might guess that it read, “WalMart.” Also, what’s going on with the gray straps? I suppose they’re meant to provide an interesting contrast, but they don’t. They just confuse me.
The shape of the satchel is fine. Fine, as in not so bad, but not so good, either. The small duffel shape is inconspicuous enough, and regrettably, has no interesting design features to distract from its ho hum appearance. The reasonable size and durable PVC makes the Eazy Taryn a perfectly practical bag. The color will go with almost anything.
But, honestly, who cares? For $230 you can afford a domestic flight and a hot dog at the airport.
More Features Of The Marc By Marc Jacobs Eazy Taryn Monogrammed PVC Tote
- 12″ x 7″ x 8″ size
- 5″ strap drop
- Interior zippered pocket
- Fully lined in indigo satin