LV Murakami Cherry Blossom Retro...

  1. Hi all,

    I own a Louis Vuitton Muarakami Cherry Blossom Retro and remain undecided whether to sell it or not. :wondering

    Maybe your opinions can help me! :idea: Here's what I've come up with so far:

    For:
    * I've only used it twice since its purchase
    * I don't like the studs detailing
    * The lock serves no function

    Against:
    * It's limited edition
    * It's cute as
    * I might regret letting it go later on

    If I were to sell it, I would probably sell it on eBay, is this a good idea? I want to recoup at least the RRP (in Australia) around AUD $1800.

    What do you think?

    Thanks :smile:
     
  2. I'd keep it, but if you don't ever see yourself using it in the future, then sell it. But it is a truly TDF bag.

    BYW is it cream or MONO
     
  3. i think you should keep it....
    its le, and itsa cute bag!
     
  4. I agree with JB... I'd sell it if I hardly use it.
     
  5. I personally like the bag, so I'd keep it, BUT, I am in the same situation as you, I have a bag that I rarely use, but it's really nice and it's discontinued, however, I rarely use it, so I'm selling it to buy a bag that I WILL use!
     
  6. It's the mono version.

    Another thing is, I don't feel comfortable carrying it out for some reason.
     
  7. if you don't plan on using it much, i would sell it. no use keeping it unless you're a collector.
     
  8. If you don't use it, you should sell it--I'm not objective, though, I live in NYC where I have NO extra space so things that are not used regularly are NOT ALLOWED in my house. One thing to keep in mind: You will probably not get much money for it even though it is LE and authentic because you don't have all the accreditations buyers are looking for. There are even MPRSs who are selling fakes, so I think it will be tough to convince a buyer you have the real deal. You might want to check around and see if any consignment shops in Sydney deal regularly with high-end goods online; if you have a shop's reputation to rely on you might net more money (even after paying the consignment commission) than you could on your own.
     
  9. If you don't care for it, sell it. I'm sure you can sell it over retail and buy something you love.
     
  10. DON'T SELL IT! I would keep it, no doubt.
     
  11. I would keep it if I were you...
     
  12. you are so lucky- I love that bag so much! but if you don't use it- sell it and buy another bag you will use a lot!
     
  13. If you don't use it, you should sell it and get something newer, as I believe that if you have not used a LV in 8 months, its unlikely you'll use it again. On the other hand, you might not get as much as the RRP as alot of people are selling theirs for about 50% or less of the price as I have seen it in a few secondhand stores in Asia. You can try on eBay but if it don't sell, your wasting money on seller's fee. The best way is to ask around people or friends that you are looking to sell it... Or have it consignment at a secondhand store, there is one in Sydney.
     
  14. ITA
     
  15. I have the exact same bag and once I tried to sell it. BUT you can't really get your money back by selling it, and I wasn't willing to let it go for $600. I don't use it that often, but this bag makes me smile whenever I look at it.