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202 7th St SE Washington, DC 20003
202 7th Street SoutheastUSDistrict of ColumbiaWashington20003
(202) 546-4004
Used Clothing Store, Consignment Shop
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Local consignment shop for ladies' work & casual apparel plus accessories including jewelry & shoes.- Google
"Great clothes for those who enjoy the challege of searching for great pieces."
"They have career (business jackets, blouses), dresses, and causal clothes."
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Kendra Julion
a year ago
Great clothes for those who enjoy the challege of searching for great pieces. Found 2 pair of $2 jeans that are usually priced around $100. Beautiful jewelry collection and great options for shoes.
Kate Dowling
2 years ago
some really excellent finds.
A Google User
3 years ago
Not the nicest or friendliest owner/manager. The 2 younger sales ladies were much nicer and are the only reason I stayed to look around. Most of the clothes are for women who like more traditional clothing but there are treasures to be found and many designer names. Good assortment of sizes also. The unfriendly owner/manager must be the same one others have mentioned below in the same negative light. She must not read these reviews or doesn't care. So, if you don't care about service but want to find a treasure then this is a good place to spend 15 minutes.
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A Google User
4 years ago
As a person in the neighborhood, I occasionally consign here, but every time I do, I swear I'll never go back again. The owner is MEAN and RUDE. There's no apparent rhyme or reason for what they will or won't accept. And last time I dropped off a 3-piece silk Talbot's suit (dry cleaned, on a hanger), it was rejected and returned to me balled up in a bag. Everybody I talk to has the same experience there. The selection is totally hit or miss, sometimes there's decent stuff but most of it is questionable.
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Ebonie Williams
3 years ago
Cute women's clothing store. They have career (business jackets, blouses), dresses, and causal clothes. Perfect for those who like to mix and match their outfits for a unique look.
A Google User
3 years ago
I was told at the beginning of my visit that I could use a debit card. When I checked out, the lady would not let me use a debit card. There were two "Vera Bradley" purses on sale for $15 each. One was real. One was not, but they were the same price. Tons of emphasis on brand names, but not current style. Basically I was the only person in the shop that was not over 50. Probably 50% of the clothes have shoulder pads. I can deal with that at Sal Val or Goodwill because it is all cheap, but this stuff was still priced like a high-end department store, not a consignment store. I found two great cashmere blend sweaters for $2 a piece (they have a small two dollar rack), but did not buy them because of the debit card situation.
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A Google User
4 years ago
You can never tell how you will be treated on a given day. Some of the clothes are great but some are rather outdated. They are more focused on the brand name then current style. Have not had good interactions with the owner who can be downright rude!
A Google User
5 years ago
You'll just get insulted. This place is half decent if you're in the neighborhood anyway, you want to push your way through overcrowded racks for slightly over-priced stuff, and don't have high expectations or a particular thing in mind that you're looking for. But otherwise, just donate your old clothing and go somewhere else to buy.