Boudior Bazaar invites the fashionistas of Brisbane to set up a stall at the market to sell pre-loved designer clothes and vintage accessories. As a stallholder, you will gain some extra cash for the clothes you don't wear too much; what a perfect opportunity to make some money during the most expensive time of the year. As a market shopper, you might just find that perfect Christmas party frock, for a fraction of what you would pay retail.
Emma Neville, has been running Boudoir Bazaar's for just over a year. The indoor Brisbane fashion market has gained momentum in 2015, undoubtedly due to being one of the very few to offer only second hand clothes to fashion conscious folk that like to shop on a budget. The markets are now held bi-monthly, and introduce different stallholders each time.
Shop up a summer storm and wade through thousands of almost new, recycled designer and vintage clothes. You will find dresses, shoes, handbags, hats, sunglasses, skirts, tops, scarves, jewellery and more, in a range of sizes and styles. The best part? Shopping at Boudior Fashion Market won't cost you a fortune, so you can save your cash to buy Christmas presents for your loved ones instead.
With all the festivities of the silly season, why not pick up a fashion bargain from Brisbane's coolest indoor vintage market. Wear your new-to-you fashion find at your Christmas or New Year function and be the envy of your friends.
Bring cash to shop at the market, most stallholders won't have EFTPOS facilities. If you need more cash, you will find ATMs inside the Broncos Leagues Club.
Before you get your fashion head on, why not head to Red Hill Farmers Market, also open on Sunday from 6am until noon. Buy your fresh farm produce and your recycled fashion all in one spot.
Take the bus 379, 380, 381 or 384 to get to the Broncos Leagues Club in Red Hill, alternatively, there is free onsite and street parking, too