Who doesn’t love wearing designer clothing? When a fashion house designs a collection for the forthcoming season every dedicated follower of fashion waits with bated breath. Watch the models flounce down the catwalk and you can only dream of owning some of the unique clothing that they are modeling. But hang on a moment — have you ever considered buying pre-owned designer clothing? Well, look around and you will find plenty of second-hand designer clothing that is on offer at knock-down prices. Granted the apparel may not have walked down this season’s catwalk but it still has that glorious designer label attached to the collar.
Savvy clothes buyers look for second-hand designer clothing online. Visit the major auction sites and you will see plenty of designer fashion at reduced prices. For many of us it is all about “wearing the label”, we want the world to regard us as fashionable individuals who wear one of a kind clothes. Wear your pre-owned designer clothing as a badge of honor. If you are one of the lucky bargain hunters who happens to acquire some vintage fashion then you will be the envy of all of your friends. So search online and find lots of pre-owned designer labels.
Have you ever been into a dress agency or does the very thought scare the heck out of you? Dress agencies are few and far between and many of us feel that these hallowed institutions cater for the wealthy. How wrong could you be! Walk into a dress agency and you will come across plenty of “retired” designer wear that is being sold for a song. The crystal encrusted fish tail dress that was worn to an exclusive dinner would certainly never see the light of day again, so let’s take it to someone who deals in pre-owned designer clothing and part exchange it for another model. Label lovers must also think about the “perks” of owning second hand designer clothes.
The perks are? You are not paying the full price or anywhere near the full price. Pick an item of designer wear off the rail in the Thrift Store and you are going to pay more but in this instance more is less. The Thrift stores are canny, they know that they will make a few bucks on pre-owned designer clothing, so the garment is upped in price and we are willing to pay the amount asked. Store your second hand designer labels at the back of your closet and they will eventually become vintage designer labels. You have some designer clothing that you want to sell on?
Take a look online and locate one of the websites that invite you to buy and sell your pre-owned designer clothing. Yes, these sites do exist and many of them charge little or no commission for buying and selling. You love Versace, Jacobs, Gucci and Westwood? Find designer clothes for less on auction sites, dress agencies and websites that invite you to buy sell catwalk cast-offs.