The market's first impressions and atmosphere prove different, as the markets are usually hosted within town halls in Melbourne, Sydney and Adelaide. This Melbourne event will be hosted inside Coburg Town Hall. This differs from the usual market locations of carparks, providing less of a street feel and more of an old vintage atmosphere and a higher degree of professionalism.
The requirements of stalls are also quite different from your usual secondhand or trash and treasure market. Its main aim is to cater to ladies who love vintage clothes and op-shopping.
In the interest of providing a quality, secondhand market, Emma, the founder behind these markets, has specified on her conditions not to attempt to sell cheaply made clothes, bric-a-brac or junk.
You won't find menswear or gym clothes here - however you will find secondhand goods ranging from designer and well-made clothes to handbags and shoes. A recent Facebook post also stated that someone at this coming market will be selling a 1980s Chanel handbag!
As a result, you will find items in excellent condition and you won't have to rummage through as much as you would at a normal market. Some stalls will have new things, such as handmade jewellery and their own designed clothes if they have their own label.
The market also includes stalls selling handmade accessories
This is not your average market, proving why it has been chosen to be part of Melbourne's Fashion Festival. Don't miss out on this exciting event - there will be even be some freebies and giveaways for shoppers!
If you want to get more of a feel for what the Round She Goes Markets are like, check out the video below where Kitty Von Tastique, winner of Miss Prestige Pinup Australia 2013, visits a Sydney event and interviews market founder Emma.
Emma puts in a lot of effort in looking over applications to make sure she chooses the best stallholders to exhibit to the public and to ensure quality vintage items are available. Head down this March and you surely will find something you like!