We love keeping more out of landfill and giving more cash to charities.

We’ve created this guide to help you sort out which fashion should be donated through Good Stuff Market.

What's Good Stuff?

We have 2 tests: quality and condition. With bonus points for potential. 


We accept well- known, quality brands. Stuff that is made to last. For womens’ fashion, check the brand listings below.

We say No to fast fashion.


Would you happily give the item to a friend?

Items that are stained, worn out or ripped can’t be resold.


Does it have potential to be amazing if we upcycled it?

Because we are crazy hippies at heart, we want to keep as much stuff as we can out of landfill. We would love to work with makers, artisans, DIYers, and repair extraordinaires to give stuff new life.

Tell us about it and we will see what we can do. And if you want to help us upcycle, we’d love to hear from you!

What happens next?

If you have great condition items from luxury or high quality brands, we will cover the cost of the courier to pick them up from you.

Items that you donate that are not accepted will be passed to our charity partners, reused or recycled. 

Fashion: What should I donate?

Luxury Items and Popular High Quality Brands

For luxury brands including Louis Vuitton, Chanel, Hermès, Gucci or Cartier, we authenticate these items through our partner Modsie to ensure they are resold for full value. 

High quality, popular brands including Gorman, Sass & Bide, Zimmermann are quick to resell. 

For these items, any damaged garments received will be sent to upcycling partners. Charity surplus will be lower, but we will seek to keep them in circulation. 

Excellent and Good Condition
Accepted for resale
Worn out or Damaged
Accepted for upcycle

Fast Fashion & Chain Stores

Fast fashion is not Good Stuff.

Items from Zara, H&M, Cotton On, K-Mart, Target and similar chains typically do not resell online for more than the costs.

Items received that are ‘New with Tags’ will be listed for resale to keep them in circulation.  Other items will be passed to our charity and recycling partners. 

Not Good Stuff