Luxury handbag startup Senreve is having a rare sale — get up to 30% off gently used bags during Senreve’s Handbag Revival event right now
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- Senreve makes beautiful convertible bags that easily transition from belt bag to clutch or shoulder bag to backpack.
- The company holds biannual Handbag Revival events, during which you can nab a gently-used bag for up to 30% off.
You've probably heard of Senreve before, or at least seen one of the brand's
But, Senreve's chic, innovative styles don't come cheap. Most of the bags cost well over $500 and they don't go on sale often. Right now, though, the handbag startup is offering a rare, biannual sale, in which you can get anywhere from 10% to 30% off gently-used bags. This includes pieces used in photoshoots or showrooms, meaning the wear and tear on the bags is minimal. The event focuses on sustainability in luxury; bags that would have otherwise gone to waste are now going to shoppers like you — at a discount.
In past Handbag Revival events, the limited stock runs out fast — sometimes in a matter of hours. Shop now to get your hands on a luxury bag at a nice discount.
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