Times are tough and many Kenyans are turning to thrift shops to find whats trendy.
Knowing when to buy and what to buy makes shopping worthwhile.
Here are some of the ideally best places to check out in Nairobi.
1. Bus Station CBD
Situated where most people board matatus. This makes the market readily available. Prices range from as low as Ksh20- Ksh500 for amazing outfits. Unlike most businesses in the CBD the bus station is open all through the day although it is not an official place of business.
This is arguably one of the biggest second hand markets in Kenya. Situated at Kamkunji Road, Gikomba hosts thousands of sellers who are mostly trading clothes. If you’re an early riser, take a trip on Saturday morning and get yourself a new wardrobe.
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3. Toi Market
It is arguably the oldest and trendiest thrift shop in Nairobi.Just after the globe cinema roundabout and directly opposite Fig Tree is a long line of shops selling designer second hand clothes. Prices are a bit higher than other places because of the trending top quality clothes they offer. However, it’s a great place to invest if you want to change your wardrobe. They’ve got it all.
Situated in Donholm Embakasi Constituency. Home to one of the biggest second hand clothes vendors in Eastlands. Your go to place for trend unique and cheap pieces.Prices range from as low as Ksh10 and best day to shop is on early Monday mornings.