#1 Reason To Buy A Pre-owned Vintage Luxury Purse Bag Wallet Instead Of New

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Brand New or Pre-owned Vintage Purse, Bag, Clutch, Wallet?

Here Are The Best Reasons To Purchase Vintage and Pre-owned Luxury


Classic styles are called classic for a reason. They have stood the test of time and are loved by many devoted fans. 


      Vintage items are made with better quality materials. Vintage luxury items were made to last a lifetime. Many newly made items just cannot compete with their vintage counterparts.

        Retired or Hard To Find

        Not anymore! Shopping vintage or pre-owned allows you to finally own rare and coveted styles or runway pieces. These may have been inaccessible when they were originally released. Have you always wanted a Louis Vuitton Cherry Cerises or Louis Vuitton Multicolor? Now is your chance! Rare styles are even more likely to increase in value over time.

          Treat Yourself

          Pre-owned allows you to spoil yourself with luxury pieces at lower prices.


              Luxury fashion items are an investment. Pre-owned vintage items often retain their value, and can even increase in value. This is why you can make a wise investment while simultaneously giving your bank account a break. 

                Save The Planet Save Animals And Look Fabulous While Doing It

                Pre-owned and vintage cuts down on waste. You are also decreasing the the demand for new animal skins.

                  Who Wouldn’t Want To Own Their Very Own Piece Of History?

                  1925: The Louis Vuitton Alma Voyage was created as a special order for Coco Chanel.

                  1955: Coco Chanel debuted the 2.55 Before then, it was not acceptable for women of considerable social status to carry a bag on their shoulders.

                  1956: The Hermès Sac à dépêches bag was renamed the Kelly after Grace Kelly was photographed carrying it.

                  1961-1964: Jackie Kennedy was spotted carrying the Gucci Fifties Constance. It was later renamed The Jackie. 

                  1965: Audrey Hepburn requested a smaller, more manageable version of the Keepall. The Louis Vuitton Speedy was designed for her. It is also the first handbag to be produced by the company.