Nadia Bartel raised eyebrows on Tuesday when she told fans her new 'everyday handbag' that costs $800 isn't 'too expensive'

AFL 2022: Nadia Bartel Says Her New Handbag Isn’t ‘Too Expensive’ But Costs $800

Nadia Bartel has raised eyebrows on her latest attempt at looking recognizable.

The former AFL WAG, known to adorn herself with designer fashion worth thousands of dollars, announced Tuesday that she had finally found an “everyday handbag” that won’t break the bank.

The 37-year-old posted a photo to Instagram of her posing for a mirror selfie with her new bag, which was handcrafted by a Melbourne designer.

Nadia Bartel raised eyebrows on Tuesday when she told fans her new ‘everyday handbag’ that costs $800 isn’t ‘too expensive’

‘It’s hard to find something of good quality… I want my everyday bag to feel soft and comfortable, still look good, but not too crazy exy [expensive]let’s face it, all the kids stuff gets thrown in here,” she wrote.

However, a quick glance at the bag’s $800 price tag suggests that Nadia’s idea of ​​”affordable” may not match that of the general public.

Nadia’s post comes just months after she left her support behind Kim Kardashian‘s now infamous business advice for women, which critics have labeled as tone-deaf and privileged.

‘It’s hard to find something of good quality… I want my everyday bag to feel soft and comfortable, still look good, but not too crazy exy [expensive]”Let’s face it, all the kids’ stuff gets thrown in here,” she wrote. Nadia also shared a video where she models the bag (pictured)

However, a quick look at the $800 price tag suggests that Nadia's idea of ​​

However, a quick look at the $800 price tag suggests that Nadia’s idea of ​​”affordable” may not match that of the general public.

The billionaire reality star had Twitter fired in March after comments she made in her family Variety profile in which women are urged to ‘get the damn job’, and complain that ‘nobody’ wants to work anymore.

Nadia – who was born to a wealthy Melbourne family, married and divorced a wealthy footballer, and now runs her own successful fashion label Henne – did not find the advice problematic at all and instead advocated Kim’s flawed work philosophy.

She posted a screenshot on Instagram Stories of Kim’s quotes alongside the caption, “She’s bang on here.”

Nadia’s (left) post comes months after she threw her support behind Kim Kardashian’s (right) now infamous business advice for women, which critics have called tone-deaf and privileged.

Nadia posted a screenshot on Instagram Stories of Kim's divisive quotes to Variety, highlighting the sections:

Nadia posted a screenshot on Instagram Stories of Kim’s divisive quotes on Variety, highlighting the sections, “I’ve got the best advice for women in business: ‘Get the fuck done,'” and, “We’re focusing on the positive. We’re working our way up’

It’s unclear if Nadia was aware of the outrage surrounding Kim’s comments when she endorsed them.

In June, Nadia defiantly told the The Sydney Morning Herald that while she ‘can’t change people’s opinion of her’, she would like people to see ‘how hard’ she works.

“Over time, I’d like people to see how hard I work, but I’m not going to tell them what to think,” she insisted.

Nadia - who was born to a wealthy Melbourne family, married and divorced a wealthy footballer, and now runs her own successful fashion label Henne - did not find the advice problematic at all and instead advocated Kim's flawed work philosophy.  (Pictured with her ex-husband, former Geelong player Jimmy Bartel, at the 2014 Brownlow Medal in Melbourne)

Nadia – who was born to a wealthy Melbourne family, married and divorced a wealthy footballer, and now runs her own successful fashion label Henne – did not find the advice problematic at all and instead advocated Kim’s flawed work philosophy. (Pictured with her ex-husband, former Geelong player Jimmy Bartel, at the 2014 Brownlow Medal in Melbourne)

In June, Nadia defiantly told The Sydney Morning Herald that while she

In June, Nadia defiantly told The Sydney Morning Herald that while she “can’t change people’s opinion of her,” she would like people to see “how hard” she works.

She continued: “You can’t change other people’s opinion. Your friends and family know who you are.’

Nadia’s interview came months after her white powder scandal in September 2021.

She was filmed sniffing a line from a cheap K-mart record during one of Melbourne’s six Covid lockdowns.

In September 2021, Nadia was filmed sniffing a line from a cheap K-mart plate during one of Melbourne's six Covid lockdowns

In September 2021, Nadia was filmed sniffing a line from a cheap K-mart plate during one of Melbourne’s six Covid lockdowns

Damn footage of the meeting was accidentally posted online by her friend and business partner Ellie Pearson.

Nadia apologized just 24 hours after the video was leaked on Instagram.

“Hello everyone, I’ve let you all down because of my actions. I take full responsibility and am committed to taking all necessary steps to ensure I make better choices in: [the] future,” she wrote.

The ex-wife of Geelong great Jimmy Bartel and three other women were each fined $5,452 for violating lockdown rules.

Nadia apologized on Instagram just 24 hours after the video was leaked

Nadia apologized on Instagram just 24 hours after the video was leaked

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