Bags and Accessories
Dior is one of the fastest growing handbags makers on the secondary-market. Demand for the brand’s classic Lady Dior bag has never been higher. That being said, when looking for a second-hand Dior bag, there is an important divide to consider between the newer highly-desirable styles and the older more common ones. The best rule of thumb is to consider Raf Simons. If the bag was made before his time at the House, it will likely fall under the latter category. Simons’ Dior is one many women want to be a part of, and the secondary demand for his designs proves this.
In fact, demand has been so strong for his styles, that the rising market in new Dior has also buoyed the second hand value of Dior’s classic designs, which though created far before Simons’ tenure, are still being produced and scooped up today.
When buying a bag on the secondary market, be sure to check for condition. Buying a bag that is in less than perfect condition can save you a bundle off the retail price, but be sure you’re aware of what you’re getting.
The most common thing to check are the corners and the handles. Heritage’s high definition photos allow you to see every detail of the bag very clearly so be sure to check those out carefully. Also, make sure you’re aware of what accessories you’re getting with the bag. Buying an item that is missing something like the keys or shoulder strap can lower the price further, but make sure you are aware of what you’re getting.
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How do you know what's valuable?
Our Luxury Accessories Value Guide provides free information about how to value your Christian Dior.