Woman selling $2,500 Prada bag gets mocked in Bondi Local Loop

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Aussies mock high-flying businesswoman trying to sell her $2,500 Prada bag that looks VERY similar to an $8 string purse from IKEA

  • An Australian woman has been roasted in Facebook group Bondi Local Loop
  • She posted a picture of the $2,500 Prada ‘Raffia’ bag with original tags
  • The high-flying woman used the bag for just 10 minutes at a photoshoot
  • But not everyone agreed with the price tag of the extraordinary designer bag 

A high-flying mother has attempted to sell a $2,500 Prada handbag in a buy, swap and sell Facebook group, but not everyone believes the price is worth it.

The woman, who lives in the Gold Coast, Queensland, shared a picture of the ‘Raffia’ designer bag to Bondi Local Loop in hopes of selling it on to a fashion-forward lady.  

‘I bought this this week (got the last one in Australia) but decided not to keep it,’ she captioned the image.

The woman, who lives in the Gold Coast, Queensland, shared a picture of the'Raffia' designer bag to Bondi Local Loop in hopes of selling it on to a fashion-forward lady

The bag was likened to a similar one from IKEA which will set you back $8

The woman, who lives in the Gold Coast, Queensland, shared a picture of the ‘Raffia’ designer bag to Bondi Local Loop in hopes of selling it on to a fashion-forward lady

But not everyone was as'obsessed' with the bag in Sydney's eastern suburbs as Instagram would have you believe, with many poking fun at the'extortionate' price

But not everyone was as ‘obsessed’ with the bag in Sydney’s eastern suburbs as Instagram would have you believe, with many poking fun at the ‘extortionate’ price

‘It was was used for about 10 minutes on a photoshoot but absolutely “as new” and will come with all tags and dust bag.’

The bag itself, which has been touted as the IT accessory of the year, is difficult to come by, and is indeed sold out almost worldwide, with only a few resell stores turning it over.

But not everyone was as ‘obsessed’ with the bag in Sydney’s eastern suburbs as Instagram would have you believe, with many poking fun at the ‘extortionate’ price. 

‘I can probably make that myself,’ one man responded to the ad.

‘Who in the hell would pay 2,600 bucks for a string bag? Clearly someone with more money than brains,’ said another.

‘I would hate to think my self esteem is so bad that I need that bag,’ explained someone else.

Another added: ‘I never understand how these sorts of things could possibly be worth 2,500. And if so, what would make someone buy it’.

But the buyer stuck to her original sale’s pitch and didn’t relent to the criticism, holding firm on her offer.

Sixteen hours later and the bag is yet to be sold. 

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