Get your shopping bags ready! Charlie’s Marketplace, a sister store to Have You Met Charlie?, has opened its doors in Adelaide’s Regent Arcade. The concept behind the store is to embrace conscious fashion and living, through preloved, vintage and Australian independent designers.
After the space right next door to Have You Met Charlie? became available, owner Lauren jumped at the opportunity to open Charlie’s Marketplace. In a matter of weeks, the space has transformed into one of Adelaide’s go-to markets for all things preloved and vintage including homewares, clothing, shoes and accessories.
Despite many other preloved stores around Adelaide, Charlie’s Marketplace is totally unique in that it’s a consignment store where you can sell women’s, men’s and children’s clothing, shoes and handbags. The items are then arranged into size and style order, to make it convenient for shoppers to buy new-to-them treasures.
The best part about becoming a reseller is that it helps our environment by reducing fast fashion purchases and the amount of clothes going to landfill. Oh, and you can also profit from the clothes, handbags or shoes you no longer use...it’s a win win!
Charlie’s Marketplace can be found in Adelaide’s Regent Arcade, shop 26.
For more information on becoming a reseller you can visit their website.
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