Keeping you in Da Loop ...

Letting go ...

What happens to all the extra clothes? Da Loop is an extremely fussy establishment - we only sell items that are in exceptional condition. However, sometimes we accidentally buy or acquire things that don't always fit that description! Many rushed purchases are found to possess, on later inspection, a STUBBORN STAIN, a MINISCULE HOLE, a bad home-hemming job or other devastating feature. Too much washing defeats our sustainable objective (and tests Da Loop's patience), and sewing is not one of Da Loop's strong points. There are also garments in excellent condition that sometimes just don't sell. One of the hardest...

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Clifftop Calamities: the lengths one goes to for a good photo ...

Clifftop Calamities: the lengths one goes to for a good photo ...

Teetering on clifftops or risking life and limb in the middle of train tracks. It's all in a day's work at Da Loop.

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Irma turns 100! What 'getting a new dress' meant back in the day

Irma turns 100! What 'getting a new dress' meant back in the day

At 100 years of age, Irma is on the ball ... in more ways than one.

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Who said youth is wasted on the young?

Environment Op Shopping Reduce Landfill Secondhand clothing

Who said youth is wasted on the young?

Op shopping is a more broadly recognised way of helping the environment by minimising resource use and reducing landfill, and is also a great way to save money, make money, create a unique wardrobe and even contribute to wellbeing.

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Feeling brown?

Colour Environment Secondhand clothing Vintage

Feeling brown?

Does brown make you feel warm and chocolatey? Or a little bit poo?

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