SHORT HILLS, N.J. /eNewsChannels/ — DoubleTake, a world-famous designer consignment boutique, will open three new stores throughout New Jersey this summer after posting double-digit sales increases the past two years, and wants to see you profit as well.
The exclusive fashion shop, a long-held secret of the wealthy, including celebrities, models, photographers and executives sells luxury designer clothing, handbags, accessories and jewelry, splitting the proceeds with their original owners.
For the opening of new stores in Englewood, Ridgewood and Red Bank, New Jersey this summer, DoubleTake seeks samples, manufacturers’ overstock, and gently worn clothing, fashion accessories and jewelry. Products must be from sought-after fashion designers, and less than two years old. Products debut at 35% of retail, with sales split 50/50 with consignors
Owner Marci Kessler says, “This recession has fundamentally changed the way people buy fashion. There’s far less impulse buying and a definite trend toward value-driven shopping at every socio-economic level. Regardless of the occasion for the purchase, everybody loves the satisfaction of getting paid back after they’ve enjoyed something.”
Marci Kessler and other expert employees have flown across the globe as part of the store’s unique consignment concierge service. They’ll visit a home, TV studio or movie set to review and pick up preferred high fashion clothing and accessories.
Exclusive events are planned this fall at all store openings, including special appearances by designers and costume designers, who will present priceless clothing and accessories worn by television and movie actors, to be auctioned for charity.
If you have items or full wardrobes you’d like to turn into cash, contact Marci Kessler at email@example.com, call 866.678.6464 or visit www.edoubletake.com .
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