Dear Mr. Know-It-All, I have a few bespoke suits which I would like to sell in the secondhand market. They are high quality suits tailored in Hong Kong and still in excellent condition. I have considered donating these, but believe it’s a much better idea to sell them and then donate the proceeds of the sale to charity instead. Much of the value of these suits is in the details of their design and craftsmanship employed by the tailors. By donating these suits, I believe that this value would be mostly lost, as they would be serving the same purpose as any other suit, bespoke or otherwise. Having looked around for a while, I have failed to find an appropriate secondhand market for these suits in Hong Kong. Any recommendations on how I can best monetize the remaining value of these bespoke suits? – Suited and Booted Judging from your super-long question, you it’s you should go into be-speaking. Bespoke suits can be well made, but they’re made for you, meaning that potential buyers will have to have them altered anyway. Still, your money-making scheme is a sound one, but sadly secondhand clothes in Hong Kong are generally sold at fairly low prices. While there are certain shops in Hong Kong open to taking pre-loved clothes, they tend to only accept clothes from well-known luxury brands. Your best option is to try auction sites such as hk.auctions.yahoo.com, or online style forums, where you can sell your goods to those who will appreciate them. They’ll probably be fashion bloggers.