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Finding the perfect purse
There’s often two ways we become aware of what our next must-have handbag – seeing it while browsing any retail or (more likely the case) seeing it with another woman. By checking out that person rocking that little stunner, it is only human nature for us to want one (or maybe three) too. Although as most of us will come to realize, what works for her life may not work for my own.
Buyer's remorse is real
Far too many times have we bought products because we see them working for others and this includes purchasing handbags. Have you ever regretted spending hundreds or thousands on a handbag that didn’t quite give you that oh-so ‘je ne sais quoi’, and now it’s way too late to return it? Perhaps it was heavier than expected, or the leather didn’t soften up as much as you wanted, or maybe you just entered motherhood and just need something bigger.
Spark a new love interest
If you’re still experiencing buyer’s remorse, than you’re in luck because most designer handbags have market value. This means that even if your handbag doesn’t suit your lifestyle anymore you should still be able to use it even though you have worn it. In essence, you know your needs best and if your hard earned dollars are sitting at home in the closet than it’s definitely time to spark a new love interest.