It’s the new year and that means it’s time to upgrade and refresh your wardrobe! If you’re unsure of where to discard your old clothes, there’s actually a thrift store that allows you to sell your pre-loved clothes!
2nd Street Trading is a retail store that sells second-hand clothes and goods in Malaysia. The goods are mostly imported from Japan, but their Buy and Sell program allows them to buy your pre-loved clothes and find them a new owner!
Although there are ten 2nd Street outlets around Klang Valley, do note that only the 2nd Street Bangsar Baru, 2nd Street TTDI, and 2nd Street Bandar Utama have the Buy and Sell program. They accept goods like clothes, shoes, and bags, and only individuals above 18 years old are allowed to join the program.
To sell your pre-loved goods, bring them to the aforementioned stores along with your IC or passport, and wait for the goods to be assessed. After around 15 minutes, a quotation will be given, and if you agree on the price, they will pay you cash directly.
Remember to only bring goods that are in clean and good condition, regardless of the brand. Refer to the pictures above for acceptable and non-acceptable items. Keep in mind that fake items will not be accepted as well. Happy selling and thrifting!
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