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2nd Take has launched its online shop
28
Mar '12
2nd Take, located in Sea Point, Cape Town, offers exclusive high-end fashion designer clothes second-hand from Armani to Zara.

This is the first ever second-hand online shop in South Africa.

The cornerstone 2nd Take shop in Regent Road, Sea point, opened its doors in June 2010 and has enjoyed just under two years of phenomenal success and support from the community.

Now the designer dresses and suits (amongst other unique items of clothing) can be found on the brand new 2nd Take Online Shop.

2nd Take trades in previously-used, good-quality garments that are no longer wanted or needed. The online shop makes searching for and finding the perfect used piece of clothing a breeze.

What benefits come with the online shop:

• Browse hundreds of designer garments from the privacy of your own home.
• No matter where you are you can search for new items.
• Be the first to buy international labels not otherwise sold in South Africa.
• You can search for new clothes day or night.
• Eco-friendly lifestyle choices.
• Delivery to your doorstep.

2nd Take has a boutique shop in Sea Point and its physical headquarters for the online shop is in Gardens.

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