Birkin bags may be symbols of wealth and prestige, but, really, why wait up to five years to snare some of that exclusivity? Never fear, ladies—your day to bask in the Birkin sun has arrived: Radcliffe Jewelers in Towson has started a little side business in “previously enjoyed” Birkins (also Chanels and Louis Vuittons). And there’s no wait. Of course, you do have to come up with $8,000 to $30,000, whether it’s for a brown calfskin or a red, pink or blue ostrich. (It’s still far less than new Birkins, which can run $100,000.) Then again, maybe you can do a trade with a bag you already own. Radcliffe president Paul Winicki is up for that. “It’s like the Wild West,” he says. “It’s a new thing in Baltimore and it’s been wildly successful. We’ve made a lot of women very happy.” Towson Town Center, 1st Floor, 410-321-6590.