I’ve learned quite a bit in the last few years about designer items simply from who I follow on Instagram. And the lovely ladies behind Sellier Knightsbridge do an amazing job at curating luxury items while also educating their following. Buying pre-loved designer is most certainly a risk, specifically if you’re looking to save on designer items like luxury purses. But the team thoroughly vets all items sent their way.
They feature an array of products such as Hermes, Chanel, and Gucci. You’ll often see luxury clothing pieces being styled via stories. It’s fascinating to see what they come across. You honestly can’t go wrong with shopping with these ladies.
Of course, there is always the ever classic Poshmark. This isn’t a place where I would buy bags or clothing. But it’s a great option for shoes. As much as I love my Louboutins, you’ll know from my High Heels post that there aren’t the most comfortable. This is why you’ll often find them for sale here.
Over the last few years, several online shops have popped up that specialize in luxury consignment items. TheRealReal is one of few that covers both men & women while also offering clothing, bags, and accessories. The benefit to sites like these is that you often find discount codes occasionally floating around. So if you’re looking to save on pre-owned designer items, this is a perfect place to start!
The last time I was in LA, I did a journey through Beverly Hills to check out some of my favorite clean beauty places in person. And I happened to stumble upon the ReBag shop in person. It was gorgeous and delightful with SO many beautiful bags in the windows. ReBag specializes in bags (duh) but also has accessories available.
They offer an exchange program that allows you to potentially get a certain percentage back of a bag should you wish to sell it back in a few months to upgrade to something else. Their site features several gorgeous Bottega Veneta bags along with Dior and so many other brands. A perfect place to start if you’re looking for quality, pre-owned designer bags.
If you’ve been around the blog for a minute, you’ll know that I tried out Material World last summer as I was looking to expand my wardrobe. But here are the highlights of what you need to know: it’s worth it if you’re looking to truly invest in designer pieces. Personally, I think some of the best items I saw came from texts with the stylist and not in my box. I ended up keeping 1 item from 3 subscription box shipments.
However, if you’ve got a bigger budget (I didn’t), then you’re more likely to get great items. The one downfall to this one is that it’s heavily reliant on people submitting items. With other resale sites, the number of people submitting is quite large. So if there’s something you’re specifically looking for, it would be worth it to shop elsewhere. But if you’re looking to build up a wardrobe at a discount, definitely check them out!
Vestiarie’s popularity has grown significantly over the last few years due to their partnerships with influencers. If you’ve got your eye on a specific product, chances are you can find it here. They offer discount codes as well as an easy way to sell your luxury items.
You can follow sellers so if you find someone whose closet you LOVE or have an influencer who has been working with the brand, it’s perfect. They are consistently working to make sure their stock is high quality so they often offer sellers high commission rates. From Louboutins to Chanel, you can pretty much find it all here.