Designer brands now available here

30 October 2019 | Business

Luxity – South Africa’s largest source of pre-owned, authenticated luxury items – now offers free shipping to its customers in Namibia. This means that the style-conscious in Namibia now also have access to some of the world’s most coveted brands like Chanel, Louis Vuitton, Gucci and more.
This move comes “in response to the growing demand from our neighbours in the north,” says Luxity owner Luke Calitz. “We now offer the same conditions to Namibian shoppers that South Africans have been enjoying: free shipping to your doorstep. By offering free shipping to Namibians, we can offer even more affordable luxury to our large following of fashionistas.”
With Luxity, customers can browse from the convenience of their home, pay online and have a courier deliver a guaranteed authentic luxury item to their door in just a few days. Luxity prides itself in offering only 100% authentic luxury items that are still in excellent condition. “We take authentication extremely seriously and offer a full money-back guarantee should a customer ever prove that a fake or counterfeit item was accidentally sold to her or him,” Calitz explains.
The Luxity online boutique provides access to some of the world’s most coveted brands, ranging from designer handbags, clutches, wallets and purses as well as other leather accessories, premium high heels and flats, high-end scarves, luxury sunglasses, and much more.
Luxity does not only cater to those with a desire to buy designer brands, but also to everyone who wants to sell designer luxury goods – whether it is to create space in the closet, by getting rid of items that do not fit or have never been worn. After Luxity’s experienced buying team checks and authenticates the item(s), the seller will be presented with the choice to either accept an immediate cash buyout, a store credit, or the option to list an item on consignment.
Visit www.luxity.co.za to see for yourself!

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