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Latest Posts in Designer Vs. High Street
27 July 2012
Of all the designer bags that we see dupes of on the high street, the Hermes Birkin is most often seen. Perhaps it's because the real thing is so expensive. Or maybe it's because it's a fairly unique and easy to copy style. But very few high street or budget brands
9 May 2012
With such a cult following it was only a matter of time before someone decided to create a tribute to the Olympia Le-Tan book clutches. The clutches have sold out extremely quickly, no doubt picked up by fashion fans and literary fans alike! They're not cheap
3 April 2012
As much as we love a Mulberry bag here at The Bag Lady, sometimes the price is just out of our budget. The Alexa is by far one of the most sought-after styles, so we were rather pleased to spot this fairly good copy on a new bargain bag website. A-Shu
21 March 2012
We haven't done a High Street vs. Designer feature recently, but this Tula bag on the left is too good a designer copy to pass up. The Miss Sicily bag on the right is from Dolce & Gabanna. The two designs feature the same colour, short handle, long shoulder
24 February 2012
While clicking through the Accessorize website this morning, I spotted this zip around purse (above right) and realised it looked every-so-similar to another purse.S Maybe it's the classic purse shape, or maybe it's the silver bow detail on the front, but it
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