Scott Disick is known for many things, one of those things is standing out from the crowd. While the reality TV star is often called out for having no real talent, he’s sticking it to the haters with his unique clothing line, aptly named ‘Talentless’. “Talentless is a homage to the new wave of creators, innovators, and influencers who’ve made a name for themselves by going against the conventions of what it means to be Talented,” explained Disick.
Launched in 2018, the clothing brand has been highly successful amongst those looking to embrace an alternative, more laid-back style to the stuffy corporate looks of years gone by. Office casual has taken over the world, and Disick saw an opportunity to launch the kind of brand that would reflect his new image and lifestyle and meet demand for on-trend casual clothing. Today, Talentless sells hoodies and sweats and cargo pants and T-shirts: comfortable clothes, with style.
Fans of Talentless can’t praise the garments enough and after much success, the brand has now gone on to include a range for women and kids. Talentless clothing ranges from $39 (about R650) for a T-shirt to $139 (about R2,400) for a hoody. The entire collection can be shopped online from the Talentless website.
But, as amazing as the clothing sounds, there’s one caveat: the Talentless range is not available to buy in South Africa. So, how do you get a slice of the Talentless magic?
How do I get Talentless clothing to South Africa?
The solution to opening up the figurative doors to overseas online shopping, allowing you to now shop for anything you see on the US or UK eBay marketplaces, is Postbox Courier.
With Postbox Courier, you get a personal postbox address in New York City, London, and other hubs across the world. You can then use this address to purchase online from various international stores, send the package to your unique US or UK address, and the trusty team at Postbox Courier will ensure to get it from there right back here to your doorstep in the good ole Republic.
You can even combine orders at the depots before sending them to SA, so that means you can bundle a handful of orders from Amazon, eBay, and other online stores before consolidating them and sending it over.