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Welcome to Second Chance clothing!
We are in the business of buying and selling good used clothing, accessories, shoes, belts, handbags and linen.
The clothes you no longer wear and are taking up space in your wardrobe could be the most valued possession to another person.
If you bring the items to our Honeydew or Vanderbijlpark stores, the buyers will go through the items and make you a cash offer. Buying is done between 10am and 4pm on weekdays and 9am and 3pm on Saturdays.
All products go through a strict quality check before they are placed on the shelves
Please note that clothes must be in good condition for us to resell.
This is why you're making the right choice by shopping with us.
Considering that fashion is about looking good, you want to be on top of your game. So why should buying secondhand mean anything to you and are donated clothes and secondhand shops the best way to deal with textile waste anyways? Here are your reasons to let you know you’re making the right choice…
Shopping secondhand means that whatever price you pay is only half of the original. Most often, clothes are donated because the person that bought it no longer likes it, or the piece no longer fits them. You can find brands like Guess and Calvin Klein if that appeals to you. It also includes some of the latest trends at exceptionally low prices. Since used clothes come from all decades, you can explore fashions of the past to express the unique person that you are.
It’s the best way to deal with textile waste, because clothes don’t get thrown out after a few uses, it goes to a new home for another five years or more. This sounds pointless but think about where your thrown out clothes go. Landfills. There’s a big possibility that one day, the city you live in may have no choice but to turn the only available space into a landfill because there’s no space elsewhere.
There’s a lot of water and chemicals that go into our clothes. When I say a lot, I mean 6813 litres of water to make one pair of blue jeans. If we recycle unused clothes, that means we won’t be paying the price in the future. Aside from landfills there’s damage to the environment, loss of habitat for animals, and pollution of natural resources. Whose money goes to fixing that? Your tax money! Where do those landfills go? Anywhere. And the water that’s used to make clothes is probably drinking water… You’d think, it wouldn’t run out but let’s not wait for that surprise.
You’re not settling for less at Second Chance Clothing. You’re settling for more.