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    Stall Holder Application: Circular Fashion Market - Thrift, Stitch & Save

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    Event description

    City of Whittlesea Circular Fashion Market – make fashion circular! 

    If your wardrobe is full of clothes that haven’t seen the light of day for some time, now is the time to let it go and give your once much-loved clothes a new lease of life. 

    By selling your preloved clothes you are reducing the amount of fashion that ends up in landfill.   

    Have a positive impact, not only on the environment but also on the local community and turn your textile treasures into cash by booking a stall at the City of Whittlesea circular fashion market. 

    Book a Stall 

    • You don't have to be a market pro to sell at City of Whittlesea Circular fashion market.  Our simple booking and prep processes are easy to follow and we're more than happy to answer any questions you may have about selling at the City of Whittlesea Circular fashion market. 


    What time do the markets open? 

    • The clothes markets are open to shoppers from 9am - 1pm.  Set up of stalls to be complete by 8:30am 

    Where can I park? 

    • Parking will be available on site. 

    What's the best way to pay? 

    • We encourage our stallholders to accept payment via Paypal and bank transfer. Some stallholders may also accept cash. 

    Is the event COVID safe? 

    • Yes. There's plenty of hand sanitiser around the venue for you to use.. Please do not attend if you are unwell. 

    How much is a stall? 

    • Its FREE.  There is no fee to book a stall. 

    How much space is allocated to each stall?

    • Stand spaces are 1.5m x 2m - this may be smaller than you think so please make sure you are familiar with this size.  

    How do I book? 

    • You can book your stall at our clothes market through the online booking platform. Click HERE 

    Can I share a stall? 

    • Yes, sharing a stall with a friend makes our clothes market even more fun. Due to the size of the space, we recommend sharing it with one other person. Alternatively, we can position you and a friend in neighbouring stalls, please email us to arrange, after you have booked your stall. 

    What can I sell? 

    • Good quality, pre-loved women's, men's, and children's clothes, shoes and accessories. You can also sell handmade, and new items (a new item with tags is a hidden gem for shoppers at our clothes markets). 

    I have a small business can I sell my items at the market? 

    • The re-sell of pre-loved clothes, shoes, and accessories to reduce fashion waste is our purpose. If your business is aligned with sustainable fashion and or accessories we support your application. Customers are looking for a pre-loved fashion bargain so please keep this in mind when considering a stall space. 

    Do you have tables and racks available for hire? 

    • We encourage stall holders to provide their own tables and racks.  If you need assistance with supply of a table or racks please contact us. 

    How many shoppers will be at the market? 

    • This event is promoted through social media, community groups and Council newsletters. We will do our utmost to draw in a crowd however, we cannot guarantee visitor numbers.  

    Can I cancel my stall? 

    • If you can no longer attend the market, you will be able to transfer your stall booking to a member of your family or friend. To arrange, please email us– please ensure you get in touch with us no later than three days before the market to arrange a transfer. If you wish to cancel your stall please let us know as early as possible as we have a waitlist of stallholder applicants. 

    What should I bring? 

    • Racks and hangers to display your clothes. A table, make sure it will fit in the stall space. 
    • Signage displaying prices and the brands you are selling also work well to attract buyer's attention. 
    • A smile, have fun, and feel good knowing you are doing your bit for the environment. 

    TOP TIP! Pack your car the night before the market. 

    Should I use price tags? 

    • Yes, this will allow for a smooth shopping experience for our customers. If they feel the price is too high, be open to a negotiation and settle on a price you are both happy with. 

    TOP TIP Good quality pieces will appeal to shoppers and fetch you more cash so try not to be too sentimental - your clothes will go to a good home and is helping it save the planet.  Be prepared to negotiate as it is a market. Sometimes it’s easy to think something is worth a high price tag just because we paid a lot for it, but that might have been 20 years ago and people’s perception of value has changed. If it’s a great brand, classic cut and made of beautiful fabric then fair enough.  But fast fashion does not retain it’s value, so be realistic when setting your prices. 

    How will shoppers pay? 

    • Offering online and cash payments will ensure you don’t lose a sale. Simply print your payment details on some signs to hang around your stall so shoppers can pay by PayPal or direct transfer. Have some cash handy, notes and coins, to accept cash purchases too. 

    Next Steps: 

    • Once your application is received, you may be contacted via email for additional information to further assess your suitability for the market 

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