Round She Goes is hosting its final Adelaide market for this year - Saturday 15 November! From 10am to 3pm. The entry fee is only $2.00, which entitles the shopper to 5 hours of browsing, admiring, sharing and buying from the most diverse range of quality second-hand women's clothing you will find in Adelaide. In fact it seems to be the only market event dedicated to women's fashion in Adelaide! Make your way upstairs into the German Club Hall, 223 Flinders St Adelaide, SA 5000
Here is your last chance this year to pick up some unique Christmas party frocks and gifts for a fraction of RRPs!
What woman doesn't like to pamper herself occasionally?
How expensive is it to go all out and buy from the top shelf, add glitzy accessories and quality shoes? You could go to the speciality boutique shops with a thousand dollars and hopefully come out with enough money for a well-earned coffee and cake.
Or, You could go to Adelaide's Pre-Loved Fashion Market – Round She Goes and snap up a real bargain.
Round She Goes offers all the designer fashion such as - sass & bide, Scanlan & Theodore, Bettina Liano, Alannah Hill, Karen Walker, White Suede, Calvin Klein, Zara, Zimmerman, Morrissey, Wayne Cooper, Mimco, Louis Vuitton and Alice McCall. These clothes are often hardly worn and sell for a fraction of the recommended retail price.
There will be over 50 stalls to choose from. Preloved designer fashion, quality world-wide vintage items, hats, belts, jewellery and even finger nail products.
Choose your complete fashion statement in one fell sweep – mix, match and co-ordinate. There are many stunning hand-made accessories as well as modern and vintage jewellery.
At Round She Goes there really are plenty of choices – from vintage to modern and through most eras in between. You can also check out the clever home-made crafts.
When you need a break you can enjoy hot drinks and snacks inside the market. The German Club bistro will be open from 12pm.
Emma Morris is the proud founder of Round She Goes
It started as a hobby until Emma won a competition held by Virgin Australia. Suddenly she was not only dining with Richard Branson but using her choice of prize to travel, learn and fund her remarkable dream. 5 years later - Richard Branson was still so impressed he blogged about Emma's success. He used Emma as a fine example of how some people can turn one opportunity into another. Richard Branson recently blogged of how Emma Morris turned the good fortune of winning a competition (out of four amazing choices Emma chose the $150.000 travel fund) into an opportunity to officially start her designer and vintage clothing market business. Emma's story is inspiring and the growth and quality of the markets and clothing are also inspirational. This November Adelaide Women can all reap the benefit of Emma's wise decision.
I fully intend to bring several bags and a couple of daughters.
Who will you bring?