PRADA SPRING SUMMER 2017 RUNWAY BAG COLLECTION

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The fine mix of colors is mind-blowing in the Prada’s latest Spring Summer 2017 Runway Bag Collection. Whatever you want is packed inside this line – checkered, croc-embossed and saffiano leathers!

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Here is a sporty bag that we recommend. Call it your perfect ‘sparring mate’ for the Gym, a weekend buddy or a travel partner; it’s all possible due to its generous size.

Let’s skip the phase about the leathers, as we all know Prada delivers the finest craftsmanship and knows how to pick the quality materials. This new bag features a curvy shape with easy-to-carry handles made in a separate color. The sides are refined with long straps, which is a nice design we see implemented into many bags these days.

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If you want a more serious, business-like version, consider this croc-embossed version. It’s made with the same basic elements, but the use of colors and print are slightly different, which creates a new impressive look.

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Another new accessory that dominated the runway are these clutches. Some of these bags are crafted in bright colors, making them very attractive to the eyes. This clutch bag comes in three sizes and is designed with a big front-strap that functions as closure.

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How about these new flower sandals?

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Fendi Spring/Summer 2017 Runway Bag Collection

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Presenting the Fendi Spring/Summer 2017 Runway Bag Collection. Fendi’s newest collection is pastel pretty, as beautiful sorbet colored handbags made it to the runway. The models’ hair and make-up were inspired by Vanellope von Schweetz from the cartoon Wreck-It Ralph, which explains their sweet and colorful look. The handbags features floral and ribbon embroideries and dainty designs, giving their Spring collection a lovely feminine vibe. A new flap bag was introduced in the show, it comes with a shorter strap for hand carry and a shoulder strap. While the Dotcom Bag, now comes in a smaller size, in a shoulder bag version. The bags comes in furry rose bud and flower charms, while the Strap You also comes with floral appliqués.

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It Bag Alert:Padlock Signature Collection

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Gucci Signature Padlock Top Handle Bag

The buzz around Gucci's Spring 2016 collection continues to build, as Creative Director Alessandro Michele creates It Bag magic with the balance of signature Gucci elements and fresh, striking new silhouettes, prints, and details. The latest wave of handbags, the Padlock Collection in embossed Gucci Signature Leather, is a prime example. The modern, top handle shape and chain strap styles include the classic, heat embossed Gucci Signature Leather and a special padlock closure pulled straight from the archives, as seen in Gucci's iconic travel trunks.

The result is a new modern classic for Gucci loyalists and a chic, essential option at a far more reasonable price compared to other iconic designer handbag brands with similar silhouettes.Gucci Chain Strap Padlock Gucci Signature Leather Collection

Sometimes (a lot of times), more is better. Dolce & Gabbana lives by that idea, as evidenced by this beaded pony hair bag that also just happens to be leopard-printed. Want even more? The padlock is a kicker, though I can live without that. Here’s why this works: fall is the perfect time to live in excess. After all the tree hugging I’ve been doing this summer (and by that I mean lounging by pools and beaches where there are trees nearby) it’s time to indulge in accessories that are strictly for the indoors. The bag’s simple shape isn’t inspiring anyone, but all of the embellishments need to stand alone. 

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THE COLORS OF THE CHANEL MINI CLASSIC FLAP BAG FOR THIS SEASON

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The Chanel Mini Classic Flap Bag is a timeless piece from Chanel but did you know that there are new colors available for this season? Chanel heard all your pleas and requests ladies so it’s now bringing you these stylish and plush Mini Classic Flap Bags in several rich shades that you can choose from.

With its beloved thick diamond quilting effect and its interwoven chain strap, it’s no wonder that the Mini Classic Flap Bag remains a true classic up to this date. The classic CC logo and clasp is still there which is an absolute no-brainer beauty!

For this season, the Chanel Mini Classic Flap Bag is available in the colors of plum (dark violet), royal red, black, and flesh nude color.

As per August 2016, the price is $2700 USD, €2250 euro and £1910 GBP. The size is 5.3′ x 6.7′ x 3.1′ inches, available via Chanel boutique.

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Bags and Beauty: Top 5 Bags (and Hairstyles) with Braids

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Braids are having a moment. There’s something about the texture, romantic and a little earthy, that feels so right. Just look to the recent ethereal hairstyles showcased by celebs like Amanda Seyfried, opting for a modern, less appropriated update on cornrows; Charlize Theron, seen showcasing a pretty pile of plaits; Emma Roberts, who’s resurrected the messy fishtail; Greta Gerwig and her single, asymmetric braid; Margot Robbie’s sleek ponytail; and last but not least, Zendaya with her bold, bum-skimming Rapunzel style. Naturally, the adaptable trend translates just as well to bags

1. Chloé Mini Hudson Braided Suede Bag: Chloé is one of the major fashion houses that really understands how to use braids as a highly covetable detail. Credit their bohemian-infused attitude. At Luisa via Roma for $.

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The 7 Most Important Things to Know When Re-Selling Your Designer Bags Online

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We’re (thankfully, luckily, etc.) nearing the end of August, and that means summer is just beyond the horizon. With it will come a lot of reminders about summer cleaning and much urging to Konmari your life, living quarters and wardrobe, and let us be the first to say it: throw some stuff out or give it to charity, you’ll feel better. Don’t throw your bags out, though–there are too many online resale options for that.

Because the vast majority of people are far more comfortable being customers than sellers, we’ve put together a little beginner’s guide to making back some of the cash you spent on your bags in the first place. Who knows–with an afternoon of closet-cleaning and photo taking, you might have enough in the coffers for a new spring bag of your own.

1. Check eBay’s Completed Auctions for Help With Pricing

The best way to determine what a used bag should sell for is to see what other used bags like it have sold for, owner to buyer, in the recent past. By my estimation, the best way to do that is an advanced eBay search; the site does enough volume that there will likely be at least a couple bags similar to yours in its archive of completed sales.

To do that, click the word “Advanced” next to the general search button on eBay’s homepage, and then check the box next to “completed listings” in the second selection area.

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2. What You Paid for a Bag Doesn’t Necessarily Have Any Bearing on Its Resale Price

Once you find out what a fair resale price for your bag is, believe it–the quickest way to frustrate yourself and potential buyers is to have unrealistic expectations on what your bag is worth. If the style feels dated, the bag is worn or the brand doesn’t inspire strong resale interest, what you paid for it when it was fresh and new isn’t going to inspire secondhand buyers to fork over more money. Try to put aside your nostalgia for the piece and look at it with a shopper’s perspective.

If a bag’s recent resales are all priced far under what you’d be willing to accept for your bag, it might be best to send it back to your closet and wait for the particular style and brand to come back around. Think of it like pricing a house: even though there may be someone out there willing to pay above the bag’s market value, having the bag sit on the market at an inappropriate price will just make all other prospective buyers think you don’t know what you’re doing or are an unreasonable person to do business with.

The 7 Most Important Things to Know When Re-Selling Your Designer Bags Online

3. Know Your Resale Venue Options

Luckily for closet-cleaners everywhere, there are more options to make some cash on your bags than ever before. eBay is the largest and most well-known option, and there’s something to be said for fishing in a well-stocked pond, so to speak. Your listing will find the most prospective buyers there, but because the site isn’t fashion-only, there are some other options to consider if you think your bag will do better in front of a more focused group.

For example, if you’re looking to unload a very expensive piece from Hermès, Chanel or Louis Vuitton, the cultivated client lists of an auction house like Heritage or Christie’s will help you hone in on the very specific group of global buyers who are willing to pay top dollar and won’t expect a major discount just because the bag is pre-owned. On the other hand, if you have a bag from a brand with a cult following that might do better with a young, fashion-y crowd, a resale site like Vestiaire Collective or an app like Poshly might be your best bet.

The 7 Most Important Things to Know When Re-Selling Your Designer Bags Online

4. Consider the Fees Associated with Resale

When thinking about setting prices and your expectations of the process, remember to factor in the fees that the sale service will take from the final sale price of your bag. They can vary from a few percentage points on the bag’s price to half your total sale, so read up beforehand so you can maximize your eventual return (or, at the very least, avoid an unpleasant surprise).

The 7 Most Important Things to Know When Re-Selling Your Designer Bags Online

5. Photograph your Bag Carefully

I’m always shocked when I see a listing for an expensive bag that includes only small or blurry photos and few detail shots. Or, worse yet, only stock images that are easily recognizable as swiped from an online retailer. I’d never buy a bag represented that way, and neither would tons of resale shoppers. In order to attract the most interest, provide lots of large, well-focused, well-lit photos. Cell phone pictures are fine as long as you have one with a good, clear camera and photograph carefully. For the best results, position the bag near a source of natural light, or even outside–you’ll see some veteran sellers who take all their photos in their back yards.

The 7 Most Important Things to Know When Re-Selling Your Designer Bags Online

6. Know What Matters for the Brand You’re Selling

Every big brand has authenticity signifiers that experienced shoppers look for when buying on the resale market. Those are often a bag’s details–the interior tags, stitching, handle attachments, markings on the zipper pulls and hot stamping are all frequently scrutinized in order to assure a bag’s authenticity, and you’ll likely get a better price for a bag that’s depicted in big, clear, detailed photos. After all, it makes sense that buyers are willing to pay more for a bag they’re more confident is the real deal.

If you’re not sure which details might be the most important for the bag you’d like to sell, you can get an idea by looking through the authentication sections of any of the brand-specific subforums on the PurseForum, or in this Authenticate This section of tPF, for brands that don’t have their own dedicated areas.

The 7 Most Important Things to Know When Re-Selling Your Designer Bags Online

7. Consider the Pros and Cons of Auctions vs. Flat Price Resale

Both selling formats have their perks. With a flat-price sale (such as an eBay Buy It Now listing or a sale on a secondhand site or app), you’re more likely to get the price you have in mind, but it might take a long time before that buyer comes along at that price point. With an auction, as long as your starting price is competitive, your bag is virtually guaranteed to sell, but there’s a chance you won’t get top dollar or the right buyer won’t come along in the auction time frame.

The 7 Most Important Things to Know When Re-Selling Your Designer Bags Online

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