Friday, July 20, 2007

Bag, Borrow, or Steal !

Ok, you have probably heard of Netflix for DVD's. Well it is not wonder that it could not be applied to almost anything. Well, I found it being used for us ladies and our handbags. A few of us coordinate with our outfits and even destinations. I think this service would be great for some of us that cannot afford to buy all those handbags. Check it out. I think that they are quite creative and have wonderful handbags to offer. https://www.bagborroworsteal.com/ui/joinnow

+ Low monthly membership and no late fees.
+ New bags added every day!
+ Create a Wish List-don't lose track of your favorite bags.
+ If you fall in love with a bag, you can Steal It.
+ Fabulous deals on handbags & jewelry in our Outlet store.

There is no time limit—keep your item for six months or keep it for a year! As long as your account is in good standing, borrowing frequency is completely up to you.
Borrow any item, whether it's Trendsetter, Princess, Diva or Couture Collections. You'll be charged an additional fee either by-the-week or by-the-month for each item you borrow.
For the first three months of membership, you can borrow up to three items at a time. Only one of those items can be from our Couture Collection. After three months, you can borrow as many as five items!
See Membership Agreement for details.

Couture—Runway worthy handbags and jewelry from top designers such as Gucci and Rosiblu starting at $175 a month.

Diva—Luxurious, dream bags and jewelry from designers such as Louis Vuitton and Charriol starting at $90 a month.

Princess—Confidently versatile accessories from designers such as Betsey Johnson and Pianegonda starting at $40 a month.

Trendsetter—Fresh, trend-forward accessories from designers such as Dooney & Bourke and Lori Bonn starting at only $20 a month.

They have jewelry there too. The collection of items to borrow too is quite large. I liked several of their pieces.

Ok, you might have wondered about Stealing!? Well it is actually a purchase, you request to steal it and then they evaluate the age, condition, and how easy it will be for them to replace and then they tell you it is buyable. All legit. So fun!

So if you are looking to expand your wearables this might be just the place for you.

Questions? Call 866.922.2267

1 comment:

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