Tales of snobby store clerks refusing customers can be found all over the internet and women have been struck by jungle fever madness trying to get onto elite waiting lists for these bags. Personally I prefer buying stocks – but as far as fashion ‘investments’ go, this is one item that seems to have a resiliently robust resale value and people purchase Birkins as investments accordingly.
The truth is that Hermes deliberately keeps these bags rare and in demand. Just like the diamond industry.
Unlike diamonds however, Birkins have a very real resale value and this is where luxury resellers are making these investable bags accessible to women around the world – with price tags and payment options that make them more accessible than ever before.
But before you take the plunge, make sure a Birkin is right for you.
For my tall athletic frame and runaround town lifestyle in Asia, I find Birkins rather fiddly and annoying, and prefer my chunky Loewe Amazonas. Meanwhile, my savvy petite fashionista friend Miss Birkin (no prizes for guessing why that’s her nickname!) absolutely adores Birkins and Kelly bags in every size and finds them perfect for her everyday needs.
So if you’re interested in a Birkin, do your research and carry one or two, then check out the links and see what you’d like to buy – with some up to 90% off at the links below and a variety of instalment plans available. Happy shopping!
Click to check out the Birkins on offer from around the globe from the worlds three biggest luxury resellers :
BIRKINS from Europe – exclusive designs
BIRKINS from Asia – almost perfect condition
BIRKINS from USA – popular models