Second-hand fan uncovered the method to purchase outfits of luxury brands at a low price. The corresponding material publishes The Sun.
A resident of London Darryl Baker (Darryl Baker) shared photographs of successful finds from used shops, such as Sue Ryder and Oxfam. Briton admitted that prior to quarantine restrictions, which were introduced due to a coronavirus pandemic, she spent daily for two hours in such boutiques in the search for designer things.
It is noted that Baker managed to buy clothes, bags and accessories of Gucci brands, Marc Jacobs, Prada, Burberry, Nike, Louis Vuitton, Yves Saint Laurent, Fendi, Escada and Tommy Hilfiger, as well as Vera Mont and St. Michael. According to her, a total of 11 months of shopping, she spent more than 900 pounds sterling (91 thousand rubles). “I don’t regret anything, because in fact I saved 15 thousand pounds sterling (1.5 million rubles),” said the heroine of the material.
For example, Baker acquired a red Escada jacket for six pounds of sterling (600 rubles), which initially cost 650 pounds sterling (66 thousand rubles), as well as Diane von Furstenberg silk dress for five pounds of sterling (508 rubles) with an initial price equal 250 pounds sterling (25.4 thousand rubles).
In addition, a woman has repeatedly bought bags of famous trendy houses at a price within 10 pounds sterling (thousand rubles), while in boutiques similar products are sold at least a thousand pounds sterling (101 thousand rubles). “The main thing is not to be lazy and constantly search for products at competitive prices,” concluded a fan of second-hand.
In April, the girls massively discovered the clothes of luxury brands in second-handes for a scentual. Residents of Great Britain began to shoot video with stories about their successful shopping in used goods, publishing them with the #charityshophauls hashteg. Some of the authors of the posts purchased Ralph Lauren, Chanel and Christian Dior brands.