Bags and accessories I found at the bins outside Portland, Maine in September. This was all in one trip! While the mixed home goods/toys/ electronics/ random bins where more challenging to score in, my trained eye didn’t fail me. Proof great items to resell can be found anywhere if you know what you are looking for. Nothing in this haul has been processed at the time of filming, somethings need washing and mending. I live for the saved flips! Also, two of the bags shown were
Headed to Texas! This was an estate sale pick up in my local area. No comps anywhere so I set the price. My favorite kind of listing. This is the kind of stuff I love finding because I know there is a collector out there willing to pay up for it and zero competition. Blog Bonus: Here is a pic of the tag to keep an eye out for! Sold on shop Thrilling, a vintage only platform. (I’m hoping to get a referral code from them in the future.) Happy Thrifting! #vintagenike #handbagres
Who has removed embroidery from items for resale? 🙋🏻♀️ This one is for the newbies and kids in the back. Just seam rip those logo embroiders right off and save a thing or too. If the brand is good enough, things still often sell with logos embroidered into them. I am looking at you #patagucci I got a lot of concerned comments about how you can still see the initials after I removed the embroidery. Yea, you can see the faint outline of the letters. It’s not perfect but it i
What do you think of the results? It’s pretty easy to do with just 3 main products. Keep this option in mind when your leather piece can’t be fixed or has seen better days. Blog Bonus: Find some of the products I used in my rehab tool kit page. You will need 3 basic products: 1) Leather Dye- color of your choice 2) Deglazer- this is a really strong acetone; I have seen people use regular nail polish remover, but I think it's better to have the degalzer. 3) Resolene- Its a cle
Did you know that it’s pretty easy and cost-effective to replace the hardware components on vintage coach bags? In this reel I’m showing you how to replace the D ring on a vintage Coach Willis bag. You can also replace any of the dog clips & turn locks on other styles as well; just Google vintage coach hardware to find a replacement.
As a handbag reseller, I will often get bags others leave behind for less because they are not willing or knowledgeable on how to fix them up.
Headed to Iowa! A bins find I believe and one of the oldest Lesportsac bags I have sold to date. I just did a reel about this bolo bag brand. It’s fast becoming one my favorites to find & flip! #bolobagbrands #bagsflipformore #resellersolds #fashionreseller #handbagreseller #bagreseller #fliipongbags #resellinghandbags #resellingcommunity #resellercommunity #flippingbagsforprofit Even had a flaw I couldn’t wash out! Don’t sleep on vintage Lesportsac!