A morning dedicated to everything that us girls love to participate in - shopping! The Sunshine Coast Fashion Market has to be shopping heaven (or very close to it) with over seventy sellers offering a humungous range of sizes and styles in clothing, shoes and accessories. You can expect to find pre-loved, vintage and Indie at this ever-popular Fashion Market.
The Sunshine Coast Fashion Market is hosted by Her Wardrobe Markets with the doors opening at 7.00am until 1.00pm. Entry for shoppers is only $2 at the door - please remember to bring gold coins - makes it so much easier.
Pre-loved and Vintage - Image: Pixabay CCO Public Domain
If you have a wardrobe full of clothing that either doesn't fit or like me…..'I might get into it again one day', or just over it, as it's so out of date, then why not secure a stall and convert those 'extra' clothes to cash. You can share a stall with a friend to save some money - the stall spaces include a trestle table and you can hire professional racks ($20 each) if you need them.
Do you own a boutique, online store, indie label or vintage business? Or perhaps you're a maker or creator? You're welcome to join the group of fun-loving fashionistas to sell your goodies. The Sunshine Coast Fashion Market is an excellent outlet for great exposure to build a following or to meet the crowds of other fashion-savvy shoppers. The mix of pre-loved and local independent brands is what gives Her Wardrobe the VIP factor!
Are you a maker or creator of fashion? - Image: Pixabay CCO Public Domain
No need to worry about the weather, the Lake Kawana Community Centre is totally undercover, so come rain, hail or shine, the market will definitely be on and we can shop till we drop.
So whether you're into shopping or selling, the Sunshine Coast Fashion Market sounds to me like THE place to be on Saturday 10 March. Grab a group of friends and get down to the Lake Kawana Community Centre for some serious fashion shopping and I'll see you there!
Lots of accessories - Image: Pixabay CCO Public Domain
PS The Farmers Market is on across the road at the school at exactly the same time as the Sunshine Coast Fashion Market, so you can do your weekly fruit and veg shop too - nothing quite like killing two birds with one stone! Your other half will be seriously impressed that you still had time to think about the groceries.