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    Websites reselling second-hand luxury brands



    A Framework: A beautiful designer clothes in the closet for ages, the fantasy of its owner survived. Part two: a girl wants a dress designer, but his salary will not only let him died in the store. Now bring the two together; When the second daughter the little dress for the first daughter can buy half-price, it is a happy scene for both. This is exactly what increasingly resale sites of luxury brands second - and ropes to customers.

    The purchase of second-hand goods - or an electronic gadget, furniture or a vehicle - has seen an increasing number of takers. Of course there is a reluctance to something that used to buy, but relies people, as an actor in one of the ads on the purchase of a used bike said: "It could be used, but for us it is a new . "

    Convenience above all prejudices.

    Of course, the clothes are more personal, buying used clothing is not the cup of tea for everyone. But young college students and those fresh employees who are very conscious trends rapidly changing follow fashion, it works perfectly.



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    "I know my mother will not feel comfortable with the idea of ​​me wearing a pre-owned clothes, but I have no such mental.Pour block a schoolboy-goer like me who live on a budget tight fitting regular visits to restaurants, movies and shopping centers is a challenge. so if I have a brand brand dress like Zara or Mango at half price, I'd love to, "said Animikha Sharma, a student of Delhi.

    Rekinza, such as an online platform for branded clothes, second wife, capitalizes on the flexible and precise mentality that people, especially young people,. He smiled his wives products in India which is not a garment of wills, and he sells at a fraction of the original price.

    "Of course, first we have the product (our source) by a triple strand quality and authenticity verification before buying them. In addition to looking at its seams, fabric and finish the product, fine details such as the label, the country of manufacture and other signage is determined on the articles authenticity also be taken into account, "co-founder Rekinza Vidisha Pasari told IANS.

    "In addition to the luxury items Rekinza leagued with a third place in the United States to provide authentication certificates," she added. The products are new or new, at prices 50-70 percent of their retail price. The seller took the price - "Just think to make money on things you use" - and the online platform through which you sell it takes 15-25 percent commission.

    Elanic is a platform based on the application for the purchase and sale of used clothing, including clothing, books, sporting goods, equipment and items for children. Aditi Rohan, co-founder of the platform, said the transaction rate since the beginning of his trip was phenomenal.

    Shruti Bora, based in Bangalore, which is an online initiative sent the same kind of stack, said it was the perfect way to "recycle your wardrobe. The mine is a small platform where I just released most of my good use they in perfect condition and, for some reason, we do not use them more than once or twice ... or I was bored, I did not take me more or I know it took me not fit! Friends and a some of their friends know by now, so's support the credibility of the party, "she said.

    What is interesting is that apart from young people in quarantine are also emerging as potential consumers of this growing market. "We have a growing interest among the 40 most viewed segment. This shows a change in the mindset of the consumer," said Pasari, whose website boasts of brands of Indian and international designers.

    Is it the answer to most women of all evil time "from an overflowing closet and yet have nothing to wear." Difficult, but for now, finally he has a lot of fancy of a young girl of a new cabinet in line with the changing trends.

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