Bella Bag

Written by Emily Anne Jackson 

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Anyone who has scoured the web for the perfect Louis Vuitton bucket bag knows how difficult it can be to find affordable, authentic designer accessories online. Bella Bag, Atlanta’s own e-tail innovation, has a huge selection of pre-owned designer bags discounted between 30 and 70 percent off of true retail value. They’ve made it their mission to combat fashion fraud and track down real vintage and limited edition accessories from luxury brands like Chanel, Hermes, Gucci, Prada and more. But what really makes them unique is their revolutionary take on the idea of consignment. Bella Bag doesn’t just sell. They accept trades, buy bags outright, offer quick cash for purchases and take returns when the buyer isn’t totally satisfied. Their commitment to customer service, branding, authenticity and curation has made them the world’s second largest online seller of pre-loved luxury accessories. 

Cassandra Connors, founder and director of Bella Bag, is so passionate about authenticity that she and her team put every item they stock through a 13 point inspection process. She believes that carrying a beautiful designer handbag can make a woman feel confident and authentic within herself. That’s why they inspect every inch of every single bag.

The website is secure and easy to use, but if you’d really like to see what Bella Bag can do, you can visit their showroom in Buckhead’s Miami Circle. “No one realizes how many bags we actually have until they visit the showroom! Everyone’s jaws drop at the diversity of designers and the variety of styles we carry… It’s a fun experience to play in our ‘closet’ full of bags and actually try them on,” she said.


  1. Betty J06-26-2013

    Your article makes me want to go shopping at Bella Bag.

  2. Allison11-06-2013

    Best bags ever. This place is like a dream. Closest thing to the vogue closet!

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