How to Obtain Culturally Unique Embroidered Bags

Posted By : Aubrey Mead , on Mar, 2016

 

Currently the handbag market is saturated with content that is not unique. One of the best ways to find a high quality handbag that will stand out is to visit the local artisan markets when traveling. Many world travelers have had the genius idea to attempt to bring the unique artisan handbag market to the domestic store via the Internet or physical storefront. This has resulted in an enormous demand for embroidered bags from countries such as India, Thailand, and Peru. To learn more about how to spot the ultimate handbag that is unique, chic, and well made, continue reading below.

How to Tell Whether Your Handbag Is Genuine

Embroidered bags are hard to falsify. The reason is that the thread these bags are made from usually stems from a local animal’s fur that is hard to counterfeit. An example of this can be seen in Peru with the alpaca. The alpaca has sensational fur that allows for the ideal sweater or handbag to be woven from scratch. If someone were to try to duplicate this stitching, it would be impossible to do so because the quality of the wool is too great. When shopping for embroidered bags, think in this manner. Study the fabrics from the region where the bag was made, and make sure that it is an authentic bag that is in fact worth purchasing.

How to Care for Your Handbag Post Purchase

Once you have selected the ideal bag, it is essential to take proper care of the bag. Usually it is best to keep the bag in a handbag protector bag when you are not using it. These are easy to find at most major big box retail stores. This will ensure that your exotic foreign handbag lasts for a very long time.

It is also important to not use these bags when it is raining. This is because the material is often so fragile that it is dyed with pure dyes. These dyes can run and cause the beautiful artisan work on the bag to bleed in a way that ruins the design. If the bag happens to get wet, it is best to run a hair dryer over the bag to try to minimize the damage as much as possible.

If a part of the bag begins to fray, it is best to take the bag to a tailor so that they can properly sew the fragment back into place without causing more of the thread to unravel. This is important because foreign bags that are delicate are quite difficult to repair without being an expert. All in all, having a unique bag is a wonderful addition to any wardrobe. As long as the bag is properly cared for, it can be enjoyed for many years.

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