Fashion: Three new websites to try
Get yourself some pre-owned authentic designer goodies online
Love that designer bag but can’t afford it or is a barely-used branded jacket taking up space in your wardrobe? Check out StylFlip, a mobile app that allows women to sell and shop for pre-owned fashion apparel, accessories, bags and shoes. You can upload photographs of the item along with the selling price. Once approved, it will be posted on your profile. The app offers pick-up at your doorstep as well as free shipping to the buyers, with a delivery time of seven to 12 days. You can also engage with the followers on latest fashion trends through the app’s community feature.
Available On: Google Play Store and iOS platforms
Log on to: www.stylflip.com
Browse through the wardrobes of your favourite celebrities and buy them from Envoged.com. The web portal-cum-app procures apparels, accessories, footwear and handbags worn by celebrities and then make them available for purchase for its users. That’s not all. You can also share your list of pre-loved luxury apparel, accessories, handbags and footwear for sale under the luxury closet category. Currently, their services are available only in Mumbai and Delhi, and the app is available only for Android phones.
Log on to: Envoged.com
Available On: Google Play Store
If you can’t look beyond brands, Label Centric is a website worth checking out. On offer are bags, footwear, sunglasses, purses and other accessories for both men and women. You can both buy and sell on this website. The list of labels on sale include Alexander McQueen, Burberry, Jimmy Choo, Gucci, Fendi, Alice + Olivia, and more. When it comes to bags, most of what on offer are logoed products and some of the most common pieces you might come across. The dresses are avoidable. They claim to offer almost 80% discount on their products.
Log on to: Labelcentric.com
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