Melbourne Frock Swap
Melbourne Frock Swap is one of Melbourne’s best second hand ladies fashion markets. A great way to pass a few hours with soooo many vendors selling a great mixture of vintage, high street, designer and accessories. You’re bound to leave with a few things.
It’s held in a huge venue Seaworks at 82 Nelson Place in Williamstown and operates between 10am and 4pm. It’s only five minutes from the train station if you’re walking.
There is a $2 entry fee but children are free.
It’s wheelchair and pram friendly.
There is also coffee – so important right?
If you’d like to find out more check out their website here.
To keep up to date make sure you’re following their event here and give their page a like here.
If you can’t make this one their next market is on Sunday the 27th August.
If you have news or an event you think the I Love To Op Shop community should hear about please drop me a message.
If you’ve been I’d love to know what you thought.
A Plus Market – An ILTOS Spotlight
“A Plus Market is just as the name suggest; a market full of plus size fashion. Featuring new unique designer pieces alongside bag-loads of pre-loved bargains, A Plus Market has something for everyone from the most discerning fashionista to the thrifty thrill seeker (and any combination in between).”
You can find the next market located at the Queen VIC Market in Melbourne, this may be their last market there for a while but they have plans for more at other venues for 2017. It has now been established since 2013 and has an ever increasing fan base.
You can find them in Shed C ready for business from 9am and running until 4pm.
There will be access to change rooms and lots of vendors to browse between.
Due to it’s location food and coffee are in abundance.
Find them on Facebook here.
Join the official event here to follow news on the upcoming November Market here.
Their website is here where you can find out information on the markets, sign up to newsletters or enquire about becoming a stallholder.
You can also catch them on Instagram here.
I’d love to hear if you’ve been before or some deets on if you make it to this one.
Kudos to Erin for being the brains behind this market it sounds like lots of fun.