- Apr 7, 2017
To me, she seems like someone that loves bags, but is young, still in college, with limited funds. She has had mostly the same collection for a long time, compared to a lot of other youtubers, and doesn’t have a large collection. She creates her videos mostly with the same bags, and doesn’t add new bags that often. She did even say she felt unsure about doing another unboxing so soon, but mostly everyone in the comments wanted to see her new bag (and the new bag didn’t seem like an impulse purchase - she talked about loving this bag and putting it on her wishlist back in October).I noticed Je Suis Lou is selling a lot too, I feel every other video she says she is getting rid of bags. In her defense she said she was selling below retail but I do feel it’s weird she also has many unboxings regulars now. I wonder if the world opening up a bit more will nip some of this behavior down. It’s exhausting considering the issues regular in store customers have been having with limited stock.
From what I’ve seen, she sells pieces that no longer work for her or don’t make sense for her to keep if she purchases something new that is too redundant, which I think is understandable. I think it is actually pretty responsible to not let your handbag collection grow beyond your current financial means.
Also, so far she is not repeatedly buying bags from new collections just to create content and then selling them right away, or selling them a season or so later. She isn’t hoarding stock or selling new collection bags at a massive premium/profit, like some other problematic people have been doing.
But maybe it will progress to that over time especially if she feels the need to keep creating new content with new bags, more unboxings, etc.