Micolet: ropa de segunda mano

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About this app

Second-hand clothes
Micolet is an online second-hand clothing store where you can buy an infinite variety of almost new and fashionable clothes for women, men, children and babies.

At Micolet you will find cheap bags, second-hand party dresses, cheap shoes and much more so that you can go perfectly with your daily outfits. With just one click you will access thousands of garments with up to 90% savings. In addition, in our sales section you have a wide variety of brand clothing and accessories with incredible discounts. Hurry up, they fly!

Top clothing brands with impressive discounts
Our online second-hand clothing store gives you the opportunity to fill your wardrobe with clothing brands at amazing prices. And it is that Micolet you can buy the best firms: Bimba&Lola, Mango, Massimo Dutti, Zara outlet, Uterqüe, Stradivarius and many more.

The best deals on cheap second-hand clothes, every day in your email
oh! And so that you are up to date with all the latest news, every morning we send an email with the latest clothes and accessories on offer. Thousands of cheap clothing news every day in your email! So, if you don't want to be the last to know the scoops, subscribe now to our daily newsletter.

Sell ​​the clothes you don't wear
And if you are also one of those whose closet is full of clothes and accessories that you no longer use but can have a second life, Micolet makes it very easy for you to sell your used clothes in this fashion app. Now is your chance to get rid of those trendy and forgotten jeans, t-shirts or shoes and earn some extra money. At Micolet we take care of all the management. Visit the "sell my clothes" section and find out. We do the whole process so you don't have to worry about anything!
In short, at Micolet you will find the easiest and most comfortable way to buy and sell clothes.

circular fashion
In 2015, when we created Micolet, in Spain buying second-hand clothes was still an experience reserved for a young, urban and modern public. In addition, sustainability in fashion was an unknown subject for the vast majority of the population.
The current reality is very different. 38% of women already buy second-hand clothes, and purchases by generations X and Baby boomers are the ones that have experienced the most growth.
Buyers of brands such as Gucci or Louis Vuitton also buy and sell clothes on the second-hand market. Both practices that could have suffered a social stigma in the past, today are a common dynamic in the wardrobes of Spanish women and are motivated, among other things, by an unprecedented environmental awareness.

Second hand market
Organizations such as SlowFashionNext, Fashion Revolution or Greenpeace, along with the press, have promoted the creation of a more informed consumer concerned about the impact of their purchases. 15% of women already take into account environmental factors when buying clothes. Without a doubt, a giant step compared to when we started in 2015.

The national textile industry has also responded to a change in consumer mentality, awareness initiatives such as Adolfo Dominguez's “Be older” campaign against disposable fashion, or brands such as Ecoalf, Ternua or Skunfunk, which have made sustainability the core of all its processes. Or Juanjo Oliva who has uploaded a collection made with recycled plastic to the MBFW catwalk, coming to Santanderina Textil, a European pioneer in the production of recycled and sustainable fabrics.
Updated on
Oct 27, 2023

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