Posted on September 20 2017
Change The Way You Buy Clothing
Believe it or not, shopping consignment is becoming a super posh way to update your wardrobe. Not only do you save a ton of money on high-quality, name brand clothing, but you are supporting local, which is a great way to keep your community thriving.
Many of us go through our clothing every once in a while and assess which items we no longer want or wear, which we feel don't represent us, and pieces we look at and say, "I bought that? What was I thinking?!" And that's when we go out and buy something new to refresh our threads, feeling ready for the season.
But before you go out to your nearby department store and choose styles that are mass-produced and all of the "must haves" for this season that everyone else will also have, think again. Shopping consignment is a much better idea.
Why you ask? Well when you shop consignment you never know what amazing fashion finds you might stumble across, and just which designer clothing labels will be hiding on the racks! In fact, right now at The Paper Chandelier in Littleton, Colorado, you will find Armani, Dolce and Gabbana, Kate Spade, Oscar de la Renta, and Tory Burch sitting along side Coach, Anne Klein, Anthropologie, Free People, Banana Republic, and all for amazingly discounted prices!
Now, are you going to tell me that you don't want these designers draping you fashionably outfitted body? High quality, classic looks, and incredible prices, all at your fingertips. I don't know what could honestly be better than that!
Not only do you get amazing deals when you shop consignment, but you also get personalized attention from all of the stylists working, who are not only there to help you find quality pieces of clothing, but who also want to help you feel good about your decisions by stylistically guiding and informing you as you shop. It's kind of like having a personal shopper right by your side affirming your fashion choices, making you feel great inside and out!
We have been getting a ton of new items daily, and we want to help you feel good about being you, so travel down to The Paper Chandelier and see how shopping consignment can change your life!