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    How to Sell to a Consignment Shop

    At the end of each season, I sell my clothes to a local consignment shop.  Each consignment shop sets its own guidelines for the type of designers, styles, sizes and quality they prefer. You and the consignment shop enter into an agreement by which the shop sells your goods for a percentage of the price [...] Read More

    May 19, 2005 by TBF

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    Store I Like: Rodeo Drive Resale

    One of the best places to get the designers we love at prices we can afford is to head to consignment shops. Consignment shops are boutiques that sell high quality, brand new and gently used clothing in relationship with the owner of the piece. With the rising cost of the Euro, consignment shops are great [...] Read More

    May 18, 2005 by TBF

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    Vegan Fashion: Moo Shoes

    Last month I wrote about the wonderful online store Alternative Outfitters. Although I’m a fashion-centered, leather-wearing, fur-loving (Salvation Army and thrift stores of course) stylista, I do shop at online and offline stores specializing in faux fashion and you should, too. I noted from my perch during NYC’s Fall 2005 Fashion Week, that fur is [...] Read More

    May 17, 2005 by TBF

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    HM new Celebrity Designer Bridge Lines

    Trend Central reports today on the arrival of a new designer to low price-ultra hip H&M’s roster. The store is resurrecting Elio Fiorucci, a popular resort wear designer from the 70s, in June. Fiorucci joins the incredible shrinking Chanel designer, Karl Lagerfeld and my favorite Isaac Mizrahi, as designers who are trying to stay relevant [...] Read More

    May 11, 2005 by TBF

  • City Shopping Guides

    Where to Shop in San Francisco

    Budget Fashionista Tip: When traveling, only shop at the stores you don’t have in your hometown—it will help you build a unique wardrobe. I love San Francisco. You have the water, breathtaking views, delicious food, and when things start to get boring, a nice earthquake comes along to shake things up. San Francisco also has [...] Read More

    May 10, 2005 by TBF