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Over the last couple of years, Copenhagen style has become something of a concept in international fashion press, much thanks to the chic group of stylists and editors bobbing between fashion weeks. With the pre-owned second hand platform The 2nd Edit, copying their styles just got whole a lot easier.

If you want to dress chic like the Danes, what better place to shop than on their very own second hand market?
The 2nd Edit is a Danish platform for pre-owned designer fashion, launched in 2015 by a group of entrepreneurs, fashion bloggers and leading Danish design houses. They cater to the conscious consumer, making it secure and comfortable to buy second hand online, as if you were ordering from any of your favorite online stores.
It’s no secret that some of us at the office shop a lot on different international vintage sites, and one thing we’ve really come to appreciate when doing so is good quality imagery. That’s something The 2nd Edit prioritizes, and they even offer sellers to have their items picked up and photographed as a part of their concierge service. They also validate and control both quality and authenticity of all products sold at the shop, and guarantee the credibility of the sellers. So, in short, The 2nd Edit basically takes care of the whole process, making sure that both buyer and seller will have an optimal and worry-free experience.

The 2nd Edit will launch in Swedish on October 29, check out the shop here!

Photos curtesy of The 2nd Edit.


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