Sunday, August 9, 2015
Rising temperatures in the United States will not hinder people from enjoying the summer. After a long, frigid weather, lighter garments in brighter hues are now sought by many consumers across the country. The change of season is the perfect time to consign old winter wear and afford the latest style while clear, bright skies last. Part of the growing secondhand industry, consignment stores work through the traditional buy-sell trade model, wherein previous owners turn over various items, from electronics to clothing to a third-party store to sell them at lower prices. Both the seller and the buyer benefit from the money earned for the sold goods either through splitting the amount at agreed rates or giving the trader upfront cash.
Friday, August 7, 2015
Chic and flashy will make a comeback on the fashion runways come 2017, so get ready. Many in the industry agree that vibrant and catchy prints will be all the craze two years from now. Some designers are so confident that they even gave a small peak of what their 2017 collections have in store and it appears that acid green, midnight blue, turquoise, purple and red are going to be all the rage.
Forbes declared that every professional woman needs a “perfect blazer.” This tailored jacket, along with coats and sweaters, is an essential piece in your wardrobe for the versatile purpose it can serve.
Being fashion-forward or choosing luxury brands today is practically a privilege buried deep below the long list of monthly expenses. As more Americans are looking for ways to cut down on expenditures, the thrift store industry is rising to help by offering previously owned, but still quality, items to those looking for a good bargain. While brand new and in-season products may seem attractive, a regular shopper may not always have the luxury to purchase their desired branded products. Fortunately, the thrift or second-hand industry has adjusted dramatically over the years to cater to more types of pre-loved products such as quality furniture, toys, electronics, and clothes for a bargain. In particular, for clothing, designer resale stores offer the best of both worlds with authentic signature pieces sold for both men and women at affordable prices.