5 Local Websites That Sell Luxury Bags For Less

Thursday, April 17, 2014

Almost every other girl I meet is either perpetually saving for or coveting a luxury designer bag, so am I! The sky high price point of your Fendis and Chanels makes it so difficult to afford one every other month. Moreover, the best deals usually found at outlet malls or duty free shops are unfortunately not viable options here in Singapore. So, the best alternative to enjoy huge savings is purchasing through local websites that specialises in bringing in authentic bags at a discount! 

How do we know if it's authentic? 
Well, the more reputable stores here usually offers guarantees and their bags will come with original authenticity cards and dustbags.

After sifting through a number of sites and testing out a few, here are my top picks ♥︎

1. Reebonz

Arguably the biggest luxury brand e-seller in Singapore, carrying a wide selection of bags and small leather goods. They also sell jewellery, watches and shoes! Reebonz is a members-only site that holds daily events on their sites featuring different big name brands like Fendi, Givenchy, Prada and so on. Not a member? Don't fret, you can simply register as one for free!

Reebonz not only deals with brand new designer items, they also carry vintage/pre-loved bags for non-fussy buyers at a great price. All used bags go through a stringent process to guarantee authenticity. After authentication, Reebonz will also include their own atelier stamp so you can feel safe shopping with them!

My boyfriend recently ordered a pair of Tod's shoes from them and the delivery was fast with the item arriving in great condition. Absolutely loved the effort placed into their packaging! One thing I really like about Reebonz as compared to the other sites is that they have a mobile app. It's so much easier for me to scroll through their products when I'm out or using my phone in bed. 

2. Cloutshoppe

Originally opened by Singpost in 2011, Cloutshoppe has been recently acquired by Reebonz. Cloutshoppe not only sells designer bags online, but also holds events at various hotel locations where the prices are slashed further! I got my Givenchy Pandora mini from them at one such event back in 2012. The bag was in great condition and comes with original tags and dustbag as well.

However, I'm not sure if they're experiencing restructuring but their website is currently quite empty with only a few designs left on sale. If you're looking for a great deal now, you can check out the remaining products offered at a very good discount. 

3. Brandsfever

A large-scale organisation with market penetration in 14 countries in the Asia-Pacific region. Brandsfever not only offers luxury brands goods, but they also have separate segments for casual and bargain brands including merchandise for children and home wares. Brandsfever also hold weekly event sales at various hotel locations around Singapore, do subscribe to them for updates!

I like that there's a wide selection of everything as well as ongoing contests and giveaways. As of now I haven't purchased anything from them yet, but will definitely be camping around their site for a great bargain!

4. Kepris

Kepris is a smaller scale site in comparison, with a good selection of 10 popular brands such as Balenciaga, Prada and Loewe. Most of the designs they carry are pretty classic so if you're looking a good deal on that timeless piece you've been eyeing on head over to Kepris! I love their clean layout and how easy it is to navigate around the site!

5. Thatbagiwant

This site features a slightly different concept, it places a bigger focus on luxury bag rentals! The perfect solution for the fickle-minded girl. Thatbagiwant has a wide selection of bags for you to rent, and if you end up loving that bag, there's an option for you to "rent to buy" as well! Otherwise, you can also sieve through the preloved bag section and grab a great deal on discount.

My friend bought a Fendi for only $700 on thatbagiwant a couple of years ago, until now it's still super hardy! In my opinion, a worthy investment.

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