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by Eryn Leonard (subscribe)
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Published January 31st 2019
Secondhand doesn't have to be shabby
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Bubble and Squeak Clothing Kalamunda

Bubble and Squeak in Kalamunda is a secondhand store like no other. The prices average about $30 per item, but amongst the racks, you will find brands like Leona Edmiston, Cue, Picnic and Tommy Hilfiger to name a few.

It's located on Central Mall in Kalamunda and recently made a swap from one side to the other into bigger premises, which means there is so much more room to display!

Bubble and Squeak Clothing Kalamunda
Bubble and Squeak on Central Mall

The front of the store is unassuming, there's no signage, just a few racks of clothes to give you a clue as to where it is.

Each rack is colour and type coded and split into sizing, so if you're going in for something specific it will be easy to find it if they have it. The sizing system means you don't fall in love with anything on the rack, then find out it's a size 6!

You'll need both arms to look through the racks, they're packed tight with some great options. They focus on fashions for more mature women, women who like brand labels, and people who are looking for something a little different.

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Leona Edmiston Dress for $35

They also sell new and used leather handbags, and shoes and accessories.

They're closed on Mondays and open from 10am- 5pm the remaining weekdays, open from 10am- 4pm on Saturdays, and 8.30am- 1.30pm on Sundays.

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Veronica Maine $36

They're on Facebook, but don't update much, so you're better off going and having a look in person. A great time to visit is the first Saturday in each month, because you can also see the Kalamunda Artisan Markets (check out my post on that here).

If you're not so keen on crowds though, avoid these days and visit when it's quieter.
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