Massive vintage clothing sale where you buy by the kilo is coming to Milton Keynes


People can fill a bag with clothes and pay £20 a kilo.

The sale will take place at the cornerstone Christ Church of the city center, one of the few spaces large enough to accommodate all the clothes rails.

It will open at 10 a.m. and end at 4 p.m.

There will be 9 tons of vintage clothes for sale on the MK site

A spokesperson for organisers, Worth the Weight Vintage, said: “We come to you with the biggest vintage sale you have ever seen. Grab a biodegradable bag on the way in and choose and mix your vintage clothes, all for £20 a kilo. “

The company promises to bring 9 tons of stock, which will be spread across a wide range of categories including denim, sportswear, womenswear, menswear, outerwear and accessories. Clothing dates from the 1960s to the 1990s and includes all favorite brands. The rails are constantly replenished throughout the day.

“To keep the price down, things are organized by type rather than size, so be prepared to try (we’re bringing changing rooms),” the spokesperson said,

“Once you’ve found what you like, it’s time to weigh and pay at one of our Weigh Yourself stations, where you can test drive your transport and make sure you’re on budget. Or if you’re confident with your transport, head straight to our pay station where one of our friendly staff will help you check it out. We accept cash or cards, including Apple Pay.

People can browse and fill a bag

All event stock is £20 a kilo, with the exception of heavy items such as coats which are a maximum of £20.

Tickets cost £2 per person with children under 12 free. People can pay £3 for a special early bird ticket that gives them access from 10am.

All tickets are available here.

There are no minimum or maximum spends at the event so people can choose as little or as much as they want. A 50g item, for example, will cost £1.

Based in Sheffield, Worth The Weight was founded in 2018 to fight fast fashion. Since then it has taken the UK by storm, traveling the country far and wide with sales of vintage stock every weekend.


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