Designer Items you are planning on selling are going to go much faster if they look great and have all the authenticity documents – we all know that! But, what about the price? I’m sure all those fabulous designer items have cost you quite a bit and it’s only logical to expect to sell them for an equally good price. Right? Well, I have some great tips for you today, tips that will enable you to both love, enjoy and use your designer items while still being able to set a good price on them once you decide to sell them!
1. Choose Color Wisely
Your designer items will find their buyer eventually, but if you really want to ensure high demand and, therefore, higher price, I’d suggest opting for colors that are always hot! Experienced sellers claim black Chanel bags can be sold for almost retail which is not the case with red, blue or even brown ones. Choosing light colors as well as metallic shades which easily fade is definitely not a good strategy because they tend to show signs of wear much sooner making it virtually impossible for you to make a good sale.