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Where do you buy second-hand stuff? (clothers, bags, shoes)?

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  • Where do you buy second-hand stuff? (clothers, bags, shoes)?

    Salam waleykoum,

    Bored with my frenchy possibilities, does anyone know where i can buy bags or clothes second-hand on reliable website? My few bags are all dying to die and i can 't delay it anymore....

    I'd take North American or UK websites as long as they deliver to the city of love:o

    I only know "everything's vintage" in the us...

    :jkk:
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    Re: Where do you buy second-hand stuff? (clothers, bags, shoes)?

    :wswrwb:

    Ebay? Gumtree? Charity shops, although i doubt they do delivery
    Allahumma innaa na'udhu bika min an nushrika bika shai-an na'lamuh; wa nastaghfiruka limaa laa na'lam

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      Re: Where do you buy second-hand stuff? (clothers, bags, shoes)?

      Ebay. Firstdibs.com. Isn't Paris supposed to be full of darling little vintage shops?

      In my city there are three designer resale shops, of which I make ample use. Got a Chanel evening purse for $50 the other day!! I am certain there would be something like this in Paris, too, you people are like fathers of vintage. There's also craigslist, but takes more effort.

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        Re: Where do you buy second-hand stuff? (clothers, bags, shoes)?

        Originally posted by n_n_n View Post
        Ebay. Firstdibs.com. Isn't Paris supposed to be full of darling little vintage shops?

        In my city there are three designer resale shops, of which I make ample use. Got a Chanel evening purse for $50 the other day!! I am certain there would be something like this in Paris, too, you people are like fathers of vintage. There's also craigslist, but takes more effort.
        Lol yes, but they're always full, while expecting me to pay a tremendous amount for used goods, and i don't have a lot of time to go phyically shopping with uni. Even if im in Paris...........

        But i didn't know firstdibs.com, thank you. I wanted some tips for interesting shops but apparently.....:(
        My Blog http://historyeyesopened.tumblr.com/ Watch out sister Nousername :o
        Ummah forum mentality depiction by BBC (warning) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LS37SNYjg8w

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