Bags and Accessories
Buying a Louis Vuitton bag is a fun and exciting endeavor, one which many girls can relate to. With so many different styles to choose from, the possibilities are endless. The first thing you’ll want to consider is what type of LV bag you’re looking for.
What is this bag for? Is it something you’ll want to use during the day? At work? Maybe you’re looking for a new small cross body bag to use on the weekends, or on vacation. Or perhaps a beautiful evening bag. Louis Vuitton bags, though known best for their Classic Monogram Coated Canvas, come in a variety of shapes, sizes, and materials. The Monogram Canvas is the most classic material, along with the Damier variations.
Most styles will be made in at least one version with these materials. If the Monogram Canvas is not your style, though, Epi leather is Vuitton’s most recognizable leather option. For the more discerning collector, though, Louis Vuitton offers a bevy of runway collections that end up sprinkled across the secondary-market. Finding an unusual bag from a past season can be a thrilling hunt, and will often end in snatching a fun piece for well under the retail price.
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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Our Luxury Accessories Value Guide provides free information about how to value your Louis Vuitton .