Leather is a skin, and it can stretch. Avoid overfilling your handbag, purse or wallet to maintain its original silhouette.
Take extra care with leather items you use often. Take the time each week to wipe away dust and spots with a soft cloth or brush.
Scratches can detract from a flawlessly crafted piece. Take care to avoid contact with heavily embellished clothes, sharp surfaces, or chunky jewelry when you are out and about.
Wet leather requires extra care, so if rain is forecast, remember to take an umbrella
Store the bags that you don't use every day in their dust covers, preferably in a closet or at the very least away from direct sunlight. To keep the bag's shape or to gain it back after using it, fill it with something like bubble wrap or paper. Make sure not to use newspaper as the print on it can rub off onto the inside.
Do regularly clean leather with a soft brush or cloth
Do blot away water or moisture as soon as possible
Do dry wet leather naturally, away from artificial heat
Do test any conditioners, cleaners, polishes or wax in a hidden spot beforehand