The Only Bags Worth Investing in Right Now

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The Only Bags Worth Investing in Right Now

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When it comes to investing in a luxury handbag, it's obviously crucial to find a style you really, truly love. Equally important (and often overlooked) is educating yourself on which handbags will hold their value and never go out of style. The exclusive Birkin, for example, is forecasted to double in value in the next 10 years. But that's not the only bag worth scooping up. To give you a sense of the bags worth your money, we tapped Elise Whang and Emily Erkel, founders of LePrix (the trusted online destination for pre-owned luxury), to spill on the styles you need to try. "To get the most resale value for your investment bag, I only have one piece of advice: Invest in the holy trinity—Chanel, Louis Vuitton, and Hermès. While the value of luxury handbags can fluctuate due to trends or buzz, these three iconic brands in certain styles have the most resale value at LePrix," Dang told us. Keep scrolling to check out more on the top bags you should buy.

"The resale value of Hermès depends on the style, type of leather, and hardware," Dang shares. "The power behind the Hermès brand is due to their limited quantities. This creates an unparalleled level of scarcity and exclusivity other brands have yet to achieve. While there's no such thing as an Hermès waiting list, there is a certain waiting period for your dream Birkin or Kelly—depending on your relationship with your Hermès salesperson, the amount spent at Hermès over some time, and pure luck.


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