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The term "masstige" refers to the mass market production of prestigious products that only the wealthy could previously afford. Examples include more affordable models of BMW vehicles, such as the 1 Series sedans and X3 SUVs, smaller versions and lower-priced Tiffany jewelry or more entry-level versions of fashionable purse and shoe models from the likes of Coach and Uggs.



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