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Q: Is there way to sell my clothes, some of them are brand new, some have been wore 1 or 2 times?

I am moving out of Shanghai shortly. Just don't want to bring too much stuffs for moving. Some of my clothes are brand new, bought from maxmara, itnitial (hk designer brand) and I never wear them. Great quality and stylish for white collars, could be fitted for s or m size chinese ladies. email me at joannlsl@netvigator.com for pictures, thanks. Prices would be negotiable.

 

 

 

 

 

8 years 31 weeks ago in  Lifestyle - Shanghai

 
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You could try posting at you local cafe, or craigslist or a shanghai expat site. If its small enough you could try and donate to an orphanage. We usually leave it at the side of the road where the neighbors usually pick through and recycle.

 

Also the Chinese have some superstitions about second hand items. 

 

Good luck in your move.

 

Happy Days

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Good luck but the Chinese are very superstitious about used clothes, you proberbly wont be able to sell  ,put them outside and feel good for a donation for free 

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Flea market :www.gongyijia.com   contact:13761993866,or donation your clothing,contact:13661443449

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you can try to contact some markets and ask them AND THEY WILL deal with you

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