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My love affair with Fashionphile started in 2012. I had an old Louis Vuitton bag I wanted to sell, but I had vowed never to deal with eBay again after many encounters with unscrupulous buyers and sellers trying to scam the system. I stumbled across Fashionphile through one of their eBay listings, which almost scared me away, but I decided to research their website. I found detailed descriptions of items, product measurements, date stamps, a reasonable return policy, and photos that actually displayed flaws front and center, rather than trying to obscure them with blurry views and vague descriptions. In other words, they seemed legit.
Fast forward 6 years later, and I’ve bought and sold countless items with Fashionphile. Their site gets better and better every year. Their new mobile app is a nice upgrade that actually makes handheld shopping a breeze. And I love being able to set my own product alerts to email me whenever an item on my wishlist appears or goes on discount.
But most importantly, I trust them. I know when I buy a purse or wallet, it will arrive safely, well-packaged, as photographed and described, (and frankly sometimes even better than I expected). I feel good recycling goods and giving them a new home. I can’t tell you how many New with Tags and gently used items I’ve found there at a fraction of retail. My beloved Givenchy Antigona, my Hermes Bombay bag, my limited edition Louis Vuitton Speedy, my YSL Sac de Jour, and so much more. Good for the environment, good for my wallet, and have I mentioned a fun and easy experience?!? Check them out for yourself and see what you think. If you live in California or New York, you can even visit them in person at one of their retail locations. Comment below if you’ve had experience with Fashionphile. Would love to hear your thoughts!