How To Wear Neutrals With Designer Exchange

Sunday 20 November 2016

One thing that you all know about me is that I am a sucker for Designer Bags. I love mixing high street with high end accessories. I feel like it ties an entire outfit together and makes the overall outfit look a lot more expensive than it actually is.

But designer does not have to be super expensive. I have already mentioned this brand before here, but since then I have gained a huge number of new readers and followers and thought I would reintroduce the brand as they have rebranded.

Designer Exchange is perfect for someone starting out buying designer or if you are looking to change the bags in your wardrobe. If you have a designer bag that you no longer love, you can pop into any of their six stores and exchange or sell your used bag. The team at Designer Exchange have gone through so much training and can spot a fake designer bag a mile away! They then put the bag for sale and any one can purchase online or in store.

I was very kindly gifted a voucher that I could redeem against any of the bags/accessories on the Designer Exchange website or stores. I decided to go for this Dior Miss Dior Promenade Pouch, Pink Lambskin. I have a few day bags so I wanted something that was more of an evening bag, with the option to use during the day. It's small, elegant and such a classic. I'm obsessed.

The condition of my Dior bag at first glance is perfect. After a little assistance in the Knightsbridge store I was told about the small scratch on the bag of the bag and the discolouration of the leather where the chain had been sitting. But after inspection, it was all I wanted so I preceded. When buying a used/second hand/vintage whatever you like to call it bag, you must be open and aware that the bag may not be in pristine condition.

I know a few people will be a little put off by the thought of buying a designer bag second hand, but as I mentioned before, the team are so well trained, and prices reflect the condition of the bag. You are able to buy bags for £150, all the way up to over £7000 for a Hermes. Whatever your budget, you're sure to find something you will like.

I decided to go for quite a neutral top, I feel like wearing colours in a similar colour palette can be quite sexy and can even be classy. I've left my shirt half buttoned giving a bit of depth to look look as the coat is oversized. 

Would you ever consider buying a second hand designer bag?

Shoes: Just Fab

This blog was created with the use of vouchers.


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