The Race for Unsold 2021 Designer Handbags: Why Prices Are So Low and How to Take Advantage

Because of all the crazy events that have been plaguing the global markets since 2020, there’s an astounding surplus of designer handbags that was never sold. Now, the discounts on designs from 2020 and 2021 are truly desparate. Before you rush to buy, you need to read this artcile and learn all there is to know about the quality of stiches and materials of designer handbags.

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There used to seem to be just two options when buying luxury handbags. You would have to put off buying one for a very long time, or you would have to happen across a fancy consignment store. However, finding luxury consignment shops with excellent collections can be challenging.

Additionally, the bulk of luxury manufacturers tends to discard their unsold goods, reducing the likelihood that you will find them on sale. But don’t worry, you’ll learn everything you need to know in this blog post about how to find and buy an unsold luxury handbag. To learn more, keep reading!

Where can I find an unsold luxury handbag?

Retailers of luxury brands don’t advertise as much, and occasionally the ones with the best product assortment were charming little vintage shops abroad that not everyone had access to. Of course, there’s also the genuine worry of unintentionally buying a phony bag.

However, the advent of online shopping has altered the resale industry, forcing many of these companies to expand globally and offering customers the opportunity to buy from like-minded peers worldwide. To ensure that customers trust their websites, many also employ specialized teams to authenticate the goods they receive.

Are there any legitimate sites where I can find a designer handbag?

Yes! You don’t need to go to Paris to look for that adorable vintage Chanel backpack you spotted in a vintage shop. It is now accessible with a few clicks. Below are our top picks!

The Fifth Collection

The Fifth Collection is a regional e-commerce site established in 2014 focused on high-end vintage clothing. The website has one of the most competitive pricing we’ve found on the market and offers a carefully curated range of designer items.

Additionally, you may schedule a meeting with the consignment team so they can visit your home to evaluate the designer products you want to sell if you’re interested in generating money rather than just, well, spending it.

Vestiare Collective

Vestiare Collective has almost ten years of experience in the premium resale market, so it is no novice in the used-goods industry. Although the website is already well-known in Europe, it has only recently started operating in Asia and introduced its upscale concierge service in Singapore in June.

Thanks to their extensive reach, you may find practically every designer brand (both luxury and cult labels) within their stable.

The RealReal

The RealReal is an American luxury consignment website established in San Francisco in 2011. Due to the website’s increased success, the business has now established two permanent brick-and-mortar locations in the United States, going beyond an online presence.

The RealReal has a broad selection of products due to the larger market, including streetwear labels like Supreme and limited edition designer/high street collaborations.

The website appears to offer more than simply used goods since luxury designers like Gucci, Balenciaga, Saint Laurent, and Bottega Veneta’s parent company, Kering, have been known to dump unsold inventory from previous seasons onto the platform.

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Style Tribute

Style Tribute is another peer-to-peer luxury reseller with a local presence that promises to assist women in downsizing their wardrobes while also lowering their carbon footprint.

Because Style Tribute is situated in Singapore, it will offer to deliver and pick up your things and grant complete refunds if you don’t like them.

Additionally, the website gives you a choice between two solutions if you decide to sell. First, downloading the app would allow you to upload pictures of the items you wanted to consign. Alternatively, you might arrange for a concierge pick-up from the Style Tribute staff and let them handle everything.

How do I tell if a designer handbag is authentic or fake?

High-quality materials are used in the construction of designer bags, ensuring their extended lifespan. Knowing how to recognize fakes and knockoffs is useful if you want to get an authentic designer bag.

High-quality leather, clasps, zippers, a precise logo, and typically an authenticity tag are all characteristics of a genuine designer bag. Don’t buy from street vendors; be sure what you’re getting is authentic.

Here’s how you can tell if a designer handbag that’s caught your eye is authentic or not:

Check the stitching carefully to see if it is sloppy:

A shoddy, phony bag will have stitching that is sloppy, angled, and uneven. On the other hand, designer bags will always feature high-quality stitching because the designer is known for making high-quality products.

Examine the lining and leather for quality:

It should smell like leather if the bag is made of leather. It ought to be somewhat substantial as well. A bag that is too thin and light is phony. A genuine designer bag will have a lining frequently made of leather.

Check the zipper’s performance and build quality:

The zippers should close very quietly and feel sturdy and high caliber. The bag is phony if the zipper pull comes off easily.

Look for brand badges, authenticity labels, and serial numbers on the bag:

An inner tag with a brand name and a serial number can be seen on most designer bags. The leather should have the interior tags hand-stitched or stamp into it. On the outside of the bag, many designers additionally include authenticity labels.

Compare the bag to a similar bag on an image on the designer’s website:

Visit the designer’s website and look for a photo of a real designer bag to compare to the one you’re looking at. Look for minor differences in color and pattern.

Stay away from street vendors and flea markets:

These bags are all knockoffs and fakes because designer labels don’t permit street vendors to sell their products. Someone selling their used designer bag at a flea market would be a rare find. They have a much higher probability of offering a phony.

To conclude?

There isn’t much you can do if you discover that you bought a phony designer bag online or from an unauthorized vendor. Therefore, it’s important to conduct adequate research before purchasing an unsold luxury handbag. Even if they cost a bit less because they are a little obsolete, such products are an investment. Choose accordingly!

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