My mom won't tell me how much the bag was, but she did tell me she bought it at a surplus shop. Well, my mom's not that knowledgeable about certain brands, and at first glance I was quite surprised to see the bag's logo, and I sure can't tell if this one's authentic or not, but I am leaning towards the "not" side of it - but I don't know. Well, I do know the brand, but I still haven't seen and touched the real one, so I don't know how to check it's authenticity. Well, aside from that logo, the bag didn't have elaborate, showy prints around the bag, so I can see myself using this...but I am thinking of taking out that metal logo and replace it with something else, just so I won't use the brand and promote something fake. I will share to you what I did next time.
By the way, I decided to blur the metal logo - just to protect the brand because I am so not sure if this one's authentic or not.
The bag has its tag, the metal logo still had it's protective film and the inside was in pristine condition, but I found out a reason why this bag was on sale: the main zipper had a defect, but I can easily just put in a key ring so opening and closing the bag will be easier.
I love how spacious the bag is inside. It's big enough to hold my net book and it still has space for my other things, so I can definitely see myself using this. Certain events I attend require me to dress "smart casual," so having this bag allows me to have my own bag, so I won't borrow my sister's or my mom's bags anymore.