How to Sell Vintage Handbags Online
There are some times when you are cleaning your wardrobe, and you feel like discarding some of your old vintage handbags, because you feel that you have used them enough, or that you are bored of them. But then you look at the bag again and see that it is in a very good condition. Then you move on to thinking whether you should actually discard a bag that still looks new, because you maintained it properly, or should you simply use it a little more. Most of the times, you think the latter, but then don’t use the bag again because you feel bored of it, and then it keeps lying in the back of your cupboard, unused.
However, now you have a third option! And this one happens to much better than the earlier two options as well. You can now ‘sell’ your vintage handbags online.
There are many people in this world who are crazy over designer bags, but can’t buy them because they do not have enough money for them. You could be their guardian angel by selling off your used bag to any such person at a cheaper rate as compared to the price of a new one. What do you get in return? Well, your purpose of getting rid of the bag gets solved, and then you also gain some money in return.
There are special websites on the internet these days that are dedicated to the sale and purchase of vintage handbags, both new and old. All you need to do is simply sign up on any of these websites and upload your product details along with the price. Mention small details like when you bought the bag, and how many times approximately you have used it since then. Also try and upload a picture of your bag, so that the buyer can see what condition it is in. If you are unsure about how much you should sell the bag for, then check out the profiles of other sellers and see what kind of prices they have quoted. That will help you to get some idea. Though make sure that you do not quote too high a price for your used bag, or else nobody would buy it. Keep yourself in the shoes of the buyer and see how much you yourself would be willing to pay if you had to buy a used vintage handbag.
Source by Annieth Wollery