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Online pre-loved clothing stores

Little Eco recently moved up a clothing size, and was running out of clothes. I didn’t have time to go op-shopping and wasn’t in the mood for the waiting involved in ebay shopping. I wanted to buy clothes there and then, so went off in search of online stores selling second hand-clothes, not very confident they would exist. But they do! I found Preloved Kidswear.

Five minutes later I had bought Little Eco some great new pre-loved clothes and a few days later we received the parcel. The order came with a little too much non recyclable packaging for my liking (each item was in an individual plastic bag!?) but otherwise I was happy. The clothes were reasonably priced and in excellent condition.

I went searching for other Australian online second hand clothing stores and share a list below. Know any others? Feel free to share other online pre-loved clothing stores in the comments. 

{Updated March 2014}

A list of Australian online pre-loved clothing stores

Kids and babies clothing

Cotton Haystack (also sells maternity)

Every Little Girl

Nuture the nest (note - some  clothes are new so choose carefully)

Preloved Kidswear


Shop and swap 4 kids



Womens clothing

PreLoved Maternity Boutique

Many of the above shops also buy or swap clothing. Find out more over at this helpful post on Where to sell (and buy) pre-loved baby clothes by A Little Change

Speaking of pre-loved clothing ~ Upcoming Raid My Wardrobe events ~

For those of you from the Central Coast or Newcastle, you’re lucky enough to have a Raid My Wardrobe event near you soon. 

P.S Most of you will know why buying new clothes isn't great for the environment, but in case you don’t, or just need to be reminded, here’s an article worth reading: Waste Couture: Environmental Impact of the Clothing Industry.