When it comes to designer clothes, I like most women have my favourite designers for clothing and accessories. It is just unfortunate for me that my purse is not too keen on Vivienne Westwood, Marc Jacobs and Chanel retail prices! you can probably tell this with the amount I write about Money Saving Tips.
With this in mind and high street fashion realistically in my everyday price bracket, designer wear is normally something I look at but never have the money to actually purchase. As with many families there is always something or someone to spend your hard earned money on before you treat yourself. That was until very recently, after finding a few great sites that buy and sell Second hand designer fashion online.
Now, Imagine actually being able to afford top quality designer fashion by Gucci, prada and Louis-vuitton to name but a few for a much lower price tag.
My Birthday is fast approaching and with a Wedding to attend over the summer, I have started to think about what outfit I will be wearing. I have searched the high street and even though I love high street shopping and stealing the catwalk looks at a fraction of the cost, sometimes just wearing a stunning, well cut piece of clothing made by a fabulous designer can make me feel like a million dollars.
Designer Second hand designer fashion for less
Ok, So I know that the thought of Second hand designer fashion is not everyone’s cup of tea, but if you are looking to save some cash and spend a little more on other accessories then you have to give this a go. Buying designer fashion for less is a perfect way to look and feel great at any event and really stand out in a crowd!
Recently, I found out about a site called rebelle.com, an on-line retailer that sells Second hand designer fashion and as soon as I heard I was intrigued to find out more. I am not shy to say that I have no problem with clean, good quality second hand goods, many of my favourite clothes over the years have been purchased from local charity shops and car boot sales. You should just see some of my Thrift shop fashion hauls in the past.
Personally, second hand clothing has always been one of my top money saving tips in women’s fashion, which I have shared fondly with my readers quite regularly over the years
Where to Buy and Sell you Designer clothes online!
No.1 – Starting with my favourite Rebelle.com which is like a treasure trove of all the top designer clothing and accessories with designers such as Luis Vuitton, Chanel, Christian Dior,Gucci, Vivienne Westwood and many more. With new products updated and added daily, you never know what hidden gem you will find. I came across a stunning little chanel bag at a fraction of the price to buy new and a rose gold coloured Michael Kors Watch that looked like new!
Don’t get me wrong, Some of the items are still a little over my normal budget, but have a far more achievable price tag. In my opinion Rebelle is one of the best ways to get high quality designer fashion for less.
Not only can you buy authentic Second hand designer fashion, but you can dig out your once loved clothes and Rebelle will sell them on your behalf. Giving someone else a chance to give your once treasured possessions a new loving home. Click here to visit Rebelle to browse their extensive collections.
No.2 – tags-on.com sell high end designer clothing, either worn, but still in great condition, or never worn and still with the tags on! They also do a Celebrity Clothing Auction is to help raise funds for some really deserving Charities chosen by the Celebrities themselves
No.3 – At Twice you can buy and sell your once loved clothes all over the world. They even buy and sell Men’s clothes!
No.4 – The Dresser , is acclaimed as one of London’s leading second hand designer resale shops, specialising in the buying and selling of high end, contemporary/ couture and vintage designer womens and menswear.
No.5 – TK Maxx sell great value ever-changing selections of brand name and designer products at prices up to 60% less than the RRP and at a significant discount to the prices in a department store or on the high street.
Other bloggers like myself, have also joined the second hand designer fashion revolution and talk regularly about second hand designer fashion finds. Claire from Purse Full of Pennies and Brittany from Thrifts and Threads know a thing or two about saving cash and finding some of the best quality second hand clothing for less in charity shops and at online stores.
Regardless of how much money you have, you can not go wrong trying to find great Second hand designer fashion online, you never know what bargains you will find.