- Jan 9, 2016
Whenever I see a handbag for a great price on fashionphile, the first thing I do is to look at the item condition. Lately I’ve noticed the item is marked as “excellent” condition to find it has multiple detailed descriptions of the flaws. I also look at the photos and see bunch of corner wear and other scuffs that I don’t think should be there on an item marked “excellent.” It’s not brand specific since I’ve seen it on Chanel and Hermès listings. Why say an item is excellent when clearly it should be marked as “very good” or “fair.” The price reflects the condition of the bag and it shouldn’t be marked “excellent”. I’m just ranting, because it can be frustrating. Does anyone else agree that this is not an “excellent” condition bag? There were other flaws but I did not take a screenshot of all of them. Here’s the link if anyone is interested:
This is an authentic HERMES Epsom Birkin 25 in Orange. This classic handbag is beautifully crafted of supple epsom leather with a fine grain in orange. The bag features thin rolled leather top handles, a front flap and strap closure with palladium hardware including a turn lock. The front flap...