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Online Store Caters for Growing Vintage Clothing Demand

Croatia11Fashionistas with a love for all things Vintage can now indulge their passions more easily in Croatia with the rise in the number of Vintage trading outlets…

One of those havens is Divas pre Loved, an online shop that offers 2nd hand designer and vintage clothing for both men and women, with a range of some unique pieces from the 20’s, 30’s, 40’s, 60’s and 70’s. Divas pre Loved however, is not only for those wishing to purchase garments.

“Our webstore www. divaspreloved.com is the place to buy that special piece or sell Vintage or designer items that you no longer wear and are taking up precious space in your closet. The seller remains completely anonymous throughout the whole process,” Barbara Por Hrovat from Divas pre Loved, who were originally Ormar.hr before merging with a vintage shop in Ljubljana last year, told Croatia Week.

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Although Divas pre Loved is a webstore, they do have a showroom in Zagreb which customers can visit.

Divas pre Loved also has a showroom in Zagreb (Vinogradska 5) where you can visit personally and bring items you want to sell, or have a closer look at the items you have been watching on our online shop. The showroom is open every Monday from 9:00 am to 1:00pm, Thursday’s from 1:00pm to 6:00 pm or by appointment. You can also reserve and book the showroom (min 2 and max 6 persons) and enjoy exclusive shopping with drinks and nibbles”.

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The Vintage scene began to take off globally in the 1990’s, and in recent years Vintage clothing has been recognised as a tangible asset which possesses value. Divas Preloved, who have a shop in Ljubljana, Slovenia as well as their showroom in Zagreb, say that they created their on-line store because of the growing demand for quality second hand designer, and Vintage clothing.

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