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CSD makes luxury fashion items accessible to more people with a selection of flexible payment options
CSD has introduced a range of “buy now, pay later” services on its pre-loved fashion items – making luxury shopping accessible to more people in more countries.
Buying pre-loved fashion items through CSD already offers environmental and sustainability benefits – and these three new payment options allow shoppers to get luxury goods on relaxed payment terms.
CSD Founder and CEO Gamal Marwan said, “We are seeing more and more people interested in investing in quality rather than the fickle nature of trends.”
“The trends are variable by nature and by purpose, while luxury items have a much higher ROI [return on investment]whether it is emotional, linked to its longevity, or to the environment. “
“Now, with these three different ‘buy now, pay later’ options, CSD is making the inaccessible accessible and within reach of more sustainable and Gen Z buyers.”
Designer brand wardrobes have always been out of reach for many, but CSD aims to make luxury affordable by introducing the ability to pay in installments.
Thanks to its online platform CSD.shop, CSD is the first pre-loved fashion company to offer three different payout options at the same time:
? PayPal – One of the largest payment services in the world, PayPal provides access to a huge user base, especially in the United States. With “Pay with PayPal”, CSD customers have access to a variety of “buy now, pay later” options to stay in control of their budget. In the
These options allow consumers to increase their purchasing power to access a wider range of products from luxury brands like Hermès, Chanel and Dior, among others.
Find out more online by visiting the official CSD store.
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Gucci Red Contrast Detail Cardigan £ 1,220, Joseph White Cotton Cropped Pants £ 45, Valentino Black Velvet Heeled Sandals £ 245
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