The Labels Style Market is one of Adelaide's best new, and pre-loved selling markets, and it's back again Thursday, June 30th, at The Highway.
The market is an opportunity to showcase and purchase Australia's homegrown fashion labels, such as C/meo, Keepsake, and BNKR, as well as promote the work of SA's local designers. You can purchase the clothes of SA designers, fashion bloggers, online retailers, hire boutiques and fashion-lovers having a wardrobe refresh, for just a fraction of the price.
With both new and secondhand available for sale, it's a one-stop shop for all your fashion needs, with a variety of trends and styles available for sale. All clothes and accessories are guaranteed to be on-trend, in style, or part of the current season. The market aims to capture a wide demographic of fashion forward Adelaidians, with popular clientele being between ages 18-35, and available sizes ranging from 6-14 or XS-XL.
The markets are held quite frequently, so give the Labels Style Markets Facebook page a follow for upcoming events.
Entry is $2, with giveaways of 50 BNKR vouchers to be won at the door, and 30 complimentary promo bags available for the first 30 guests.
Address: The Highway Hotel, 290 Anzac Highway, Plympton, SA, 5038
For more information, visit the Labels Style Markets website.
Photos via Labels Style Market Instagram.
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