Vintage Nike, Levis and Adidas clothing sold by KILO on Teesside – here’s where

If you love a label and have your eye for a bargain, this could be the event for you.

A pre-loved vintage clothing sale, which sells items by the kilo, is heading to Teesside.

The event, called Vintage Vera, will be held at Teesside University Student’s Union in Middlesbrough on Tuesday October 26.

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A similarly styled pop-up boutique arrived in the Empire in the heart of downtown Middlesbrough a few years ago and attracted shoppers in droves.

The brands on offer, according to the organizers of Tuesday’s event, include Nike, Adidas, Levis and The North Face.

The sale works by weight – buyers can browse the racks, choose what they want, then head to a weigh station to see what their transport will cost.

The price is £ 15 per kilo although you don’t have to buy a full kilo – you can buy individual items as well.

“Vintage Vera is delighted to announce that we will be back at Teesside University Student’s Union for our amazing vintage sale,” said a social media post about the event which will take place on Tuesday October 26 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. .

“We always have a full line of seasonal and on-trend clothing including denim, sportswear, coats, t-shirts, dresses, skirts, polo shirts, sweatshirts and more!

“By buying from Vintage Vera, you are consciously consuming, you are getting involved in recycling and the circular economy, the most sustainable way to keep up with fashion! Leave happy with a bag full of cool clothes and a clear conscience!”

Sale of vintage Vera clothing at Teesside University

Admission to the sale, open to all, is free.

If you miss it, another Vintage Vera event is also due to be held at Middlesbrough Base Camp on November 6, 2021.

Teesside buyers may recall a similar style

sale of vintage clothing took place inside the Empire

Nightclub in Middlesbrough in 2018 – attracting hordes of shoppers.

The Pre-Loved Vintage mobile event that stopped in town for just one day with thousands of vintage items on offer; rails and racks with fur coats, denim jackets, and even sunglasses lined the dance floor and stage areas.

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