The one thing that I would never mind spending on is a handbag. I see it more as an investment than just buying a bag. I remember purchasing my very first Michael Kors tote a few years back from the US. Then, I also purchased a Michael Kors Selma. It was one of the best things that I have gifted myself. I believe that designer handbags are not meant to be stored in your wardrobe for ages but to be used. Till date, I use both these bags almost every single day.
Being a fan of luxury goods, certain handbag designers have a special place in my heart. One of them is Tory Burch as she creates the most functional accessories. Just a few months back, I bookmarked a bag on Tory Burch’s website thinking I would gift it to myself as an early Birthday present in April. Sadly, the import duties & taxes with the shipping charges might have burnt a huge hole in my pocket. Fast forward to March, Reebonz India – a one stop shop for luxury goods, got in touch with me and sent me the same bag. I was more than happy to receive this gorgeous tan beauty packed in a classy black box (Pssst…remember my unboxing video on Snapchat?). It also came with a authenticity card & original tag which was a huge relief.
While browsing through Reebonz.com, I discovered that they sell both brand new & pre-loved designer handbags at competitive prices. Other than my favourite designer Tory Burch, they also sell handbags from brands like Chanel, Prada, Kate Spade, Valentino & more.
Honestly, one of the biggest hindrances while shopping luxury goods online is the shipping cost & the import duties/taxes. As Reebonz just launched in India, they will be offering Free shipping to one & all. The import duties/taxes will also be taken care of. That’s a big news for girls who love shopping for luxury goods online! You can also shop on-the-go by downloading their app HERE
Psst..you can get FLAT 10% OFF (terms and conditions applicable) on your dream bag. Use code RBGIA10. You’re welcome!*wink*
Photography: Karanjit Narang | Location: Le Pain Quotidien (Powai) | Concept: Gia Kashyap