Trade for new and used items, like anthropologie clothing, in in Toronto. Earn BTZ to buy and sell on Bunz, or to spend on coffee, groceries and more at local businesses. Help us support sustainable trade in Toronto.
Laundry by Shelli Segal 90s little black dress 🔥 88% nylon/12% spandex, made in USA size medium Vintage denim jumper. Size large. BCBGeneration black dress. Size 12. Zara Basic embroidered tunic dress, size XL Asos textured zig zag dress, size 10 Zara little black lace dress, size L Zara floral dress, size xl Michael Kors one shoulder little black dress, size 0 Vintage lingerie top (looks so great with jeans!), size medium (but fits slightly bigger) Anthropologie yellow sleeveless top, size 10 ISO wine, beer, candles, plants, plant pots, gift cards to the bay, shoppers, grocery. For pickup in Toronto at Dundas and Keele or King and John.
PSA: Clothing Material Disclosure
Hi Bunz! We all know that shopping for clothes on here can sometimes come with its challenges—sometimes it ends up being too big, too small, or it just disappointingly fits weird. But that’s all part of the game, and that’s okay! However, there is one challenge that I think we can avoid, by disclosing the types of materials our clothing items are made of. Many people on this platform, myself included, are intolerant to certain blends. Some are allergic to lambs’ wool, some are intolerant to synthetics, the list goes on. There’s nothing worst than having to filter through and try to guess, or to ask a Bun who will never reply (probably a ~handful~ of Buns have gotten back to me with an answer—most just ghost). And I get it, nobody wants to have to dig up that blouse from the very bottom of their Bunz pile just to answer to a Bun who might not even want to trade. It’s inconvenient having to do that. Instead, why don’t we try getting in the habit of disclosing material make ups? It can be as easy as just snapping a pic of the tag, or adding the breakdown in the item’s description (you might even end up getting more hits this way via searches!). I understand that sometimes we’re unsure—tags wear out, or are cut off—but we should disclose whenever we know. It’s honestly easier on all of us—allergic-ridden and non—if we can start doing this! Thank u 🌼💗
various clothes 👕🧢
some things i don’t really wear anymore. check my iso or i can check your profile :) cropped flannel - labelled as medium but could fit a small or extra small, 100% cotton maroon sweater - s with a couple stains but still pretty good condition, 55% cotton 45% polyester maroon baseball cap - s but has adjustable strap, corduroy material
Glass And Stainless Steel Clothing Rack
Stainless steel and glass retail clothing rack, $200 OBO. Holds an impressive amount of clothing, wheels on feet for easy movement in a living space or in a closet, currently used as a divider in my bachelor. The two wooden shelves and racks polls are adjustable in height. Can fit in elevator no problem!
Size 2 Anthropologie Dress (tags on) (retails for $218)
"Banded Totem" Sheath/shift dress by Tabitha, purchased from Anthropologie. Stripes with red embroidered details. Knee-length. Perfect for work or garden parties. Pairs well with a cardigan and slingbacks. Brand new, tags on. Never worn. Originally paid $218 but willing to let go for much less! From a non-smoking, pet-free home.