The next market is on Saturday 30 November 2019.
Applications for this market are now open (links are at the bottom of this page).
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The next Adelaide market will be held indoors at the Goodwood Community Centre 32-34 Rosa Street, Goodwood SA 5034.
The cost for a business/hobby stall is $99 and the cost for a wardrobe clear out stall is $89 (please note there is an additional $2 fee if paying by PayPal).
The price includes gst, one table, two chairs and public liability insurance.
Round She Goes Market is only for women’s fashion items (second hand or made by you). Handmade jewellery and accessories are welcome. Stallholders are not permitted to sell mens or childrenswear, homewares, drinks, candles or bric-a-brac.
We do accept a small number of applications from makers of jewellery, skincare brands and food sellers.
What can you sell?
Round She Goes Market is dedicated to women’s vintage and preloved fashion, handmade jewellery and accessories. The goods for sale must be strictly good quality preloved womenswear – basically garments and accessories you would wear yourself but no longer do due to sizing, etc. Your items don’t have to be strictly designer, but they must be great quality or unique (not discount department store fashion as it won’t sell) and in good condition.
Fashion designers selling their own creations that they have made themselves in Australia are also welcome to apply.
Please understand that cheaply manufactured clothes generally have no resale value so please carefully consider what you plan to sell before you apply for a stall.
We do not accept applications from retail stores selling new/remained stock, seconds or new clearance items. The items sold at Round She Goes must be secondhand: vintage, retro or preloved designer. New with tags is okay for a few items as long as the majority of your stock is not like this. The only new items that can be sold are handmade jewellery, accessories, your own label/creations. Stallholders are not permitted to book a stall in order to promote their own events.
Step 1. How do you apply for a stall?
Fill out the application form below after reading all of the information (the form is only visible if applications are currently open. Please refer to the information at the top of this page to see the latest information).
Even if you’ve been a Round She Goes stallholder before, you still need to apply again with a detailed application. We judge each application on its merit, so it’s worth making an effort! Applications lacking in detail won’t be accepted. We receive lots of terrific applications and have to judge on the detail you supply, so it’s worth making the effort on your form to stand out.
One stall has space for 2 racks and 1 table. If you have a lot of stuff you should book 2 stalls. You can not bring your own extra tables.
Also, please read the further terms and conditions in full before you book a stall. By booking a stall, you agree to abide by these terms. The terms and conditions are here.
Step 2 – What happens after you submit the application form?
Once you click ‘Submit Application’ we will read your application and you will then receive an email (we will try and reply with 5-7 days but sometimes we receive hundreds of applications and they take time to process) letting you know whether your application is successful or not.
If your application is successful, you will then be asked to confirm your booking by paying via PayPal or bank deposit. Paypal is the same as paying by credit card (Mastercard/Visa).
If you don’t hear from us right away please don’t apply again – to us this looks like you want two stalls.
There is huge demand for stalls at Round She Goes, so payment must be made within 5 working days of receiving your confirmation email from us.
If the payment is not received in this time, the stall will be reallocated to someone else without you being notified and you will need to apply again (and you run the risk of the market selling out). Sorry, we just don’t have time to chase up payments.
Setting up and access on the day
One stall includes a trestle table and 2 chairs (that we supply) and enough room for 2 standard-sized clothing racks maximum (you can opt to not to use a table if you wish). A standard rack has one rail on it. The racks go on each side of your table. You must supply your own racks, we do not have racks available for hire.
A detailed information guide is emailed to our stallholders two weeks before the market. Stallholders set up from 8.30am with doors opening to the public at 10:00am. Stallholders can NOT pack up your stall any earlier than 3:00pm. Any one who ignores this important requirement, will not be permitted to have a stall at Round She Goes again.
You need to bring your own clothes racks (limit of 2 if you having a table as well), coat hangers, table cloth and a float of change for the day.
Round She Goes is not responsible for any loss or damage to your stuff. It is a good idea to have a mate with you on the day.
One of the HUGE added benefits of being a Round She Goes stallholder, is that you become eligible to set up an online store on our online marketplace. If you haven’t seen our online market, click here. If you’ve been approved and paid for your stall and you’re keen to get started on setting up your online shop, send us an email and we’ll get the ball rolling for you.
Please select the form that is most relevant to you to apply for the 30 November market