When it comes to luxurious handbags, top-quality leather is hard to top. Its durability, rich texture, and alluring outlook make for a winning package.
Of course, this is only true if you keep your leather bag maintained. No matter how sturdy leather is, it will lose some of its essential moisture over time. Once the surface is dry, the inner fibers will break and damage your handbag.
The good news: leather bags cleaning and maintenance is quite simple. Here are 5 tips that will help you take proper care of a leather handbag.
I started buying most of my clothing and accessories secondhand two years ago for several reasons: the environmental impacts, the savings and an admiration for old, quality items in lieu of poorly constructed fast fashion. Now, I was realizing the pitfalls of being a vintage hound and frequent thrifter.
With how “in” vintage items have become, expert authenticators say newly made knockoffs of old bags have surged. A new wave of counterfeits are so good they’ve been dubbed “superfakes.” If that’s not crazy enough, good dupes from 30 years ago are still floating around.
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