The most desired wardrobes in the UK are on Micolet
There are already many UK influencers who sell their clothes and join the second-hand. Thanks to this, thousands of girls have at their fingertips the clothes that they have loved so much on social media and that their fashion icons have worn.
Sustainable fashion is the order of the day, and the sale of second-hand clothing is already a more than common practice. There are many advantages: we benefit the planet, we find clothes at incredible prices and the sale represents an extra income.
For five years, Micolet has been working with Instagram influencers UK across the country to promote and normalize the use of second-hand fashion.
Fashion influencers choose Micolet
There are already more than 20 influencers who have chosen Micolet for the management of their wardrobes. Among them we can find well-known fashion gurus such as Zina Charkoplia, Patricia Batatas, Bonnie Rakhit, Coral Manson, Nikki Nicola, Kirsty Elizabeth or Alice Marsh among many others.
The platform that does it all for you
One of the compelling reasons why Micolet has become the favorite portal for fashion influencers is that unlike other companies in the sector, Micolet is in charge of the complete management of both: the sales and the purchase processes.
Leave the clothes on a pick up point, the garments are filtered, photographed, the sale is managed and also the post-sale, accepting returns to ensure that the buyers are satisfied. In addition, purchases always have discounts up to 80%, are delivered in a maximum of 5 working days and all garments go through an evaluation process to ensure quality.
In other words, Micolet makes it possible for users to buy and sell clothes with complete confidence, without having to leave home. That is why UK fashion influencers sell their clothes on the platform, because on Micolet it is simple and has a guarantee.
Sustainable and trendy fashion
Micolet is committed to its circular economic strategy, which consists of making the life cycle of products start over from scratch, instead of simply ending after use.
One of Micolet‘s goals is to make fashion reselling as simple, safe and on-trend as retail as a step towards sustainability. For this, it has recently revealed a report on the current state of Circular Fashion in the UK.
By buying and selling second-hand clothes, the amount of waste and the use of resources are reduced. Specifically, Micolet sells more than 30,000 garments monthly. All of them would be wasted if it weren’t for this marketplace, which gives them a second life in someone else’s closet. The production of new garments for these people would have an impact of more than 1,700 kg of CO2, which is equivalent to more than 85,000 trees absorbing CO2 for a whole day.
The garments that are not suitable for sale are donated to the different NGOs with which Micolet collaborates, thus ensuring that their life cycle does not end.