This week’s consignment finds are up! Anything catching your eye?
You don’t always have to pay full price for designer items, and well of course, I don’t always have the budget to pay full price either. I got this Hermes scarf from a consignment store (Sugar Plum) a few years ago and paid under $100 for “like new” condition. I love its rich colors, pattern and most of all its transeasonal ability.
By the way, you absolutely need this white tee! It’s not shear, has a fun flutter sleeve and is sold for a great price.
Be sure to check in for “Friday Finds” every week to see the latest designer pieces I’ve found at consignment prices! Thanks again for stopping by.
Happy Friday, y’all! Since I decided to focus Friday Finds on consignment shopping, I had to tell you about an event LGS is hosting. For a couple of days, Luxury Garage Sale is highlighting their “new with tags” clothing, shoes and accessories online. Below I picked a few of my favorites, but there are so many items I wasn’t able to share! Click HERE to see what else they’ve got!
Guess whaaat? I bought this dress at a consignment store, BUT I found it online for you! It’s on sale too. Shoshanna is a brand known for its dresses: work dresses, church dresses and even evening gowns. I love this dress in particular because of the color and fabric. It’s a great transition piece that will take me into fall without making me sweat now. I can’t wait to add a fur vest and knee high boots (once temps drop)!
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If you know me, you most likely know that I love consignment shopping. I’ve purchased pieces that I would’ve never bought at retail prices and pieces I haven’t seen in stores. A couple of my favorites are the Celine suede jacket and Cynthia Rowley ruffled dress that I found at LGS.
Because I love consignment shopping, I’ve decided to dedicate “Friday Finds” to amazing items I’ve linked from online consignment retailers. Take advantage of these great deals!
Shoes and Accessories
When duty calls… My photojournalism teacher assigned our class to take self portraits that represented our interests, so my first thought was to take a fashion related photograph. Thankfully, Luxury Garage Sale didn’t mind if I came by for an hour to rearrange their store and make a fool out of myself, definitely a perk of working for them… Not only is the store beautiful, but they also have one of a kind pieces matching the caliber of the decor. Thanks to LGS and my friend, Rena Clayton, this is the final product.
photos by: Rena Clayton Rolfe