Ever look at a friend or a stranger and wonder "where did they get THAT??" Even though we are usually fed a diet of what is trendy, I find that most of the looks that I covet tend to be individual pieces put together in an effortless way by the wearer and seem to just fit their personality. It makes me cringe whenever I get those news-bites that state "I shop for a living. Trust me. These are the 10 things you need to buy this Spring (and they are all $100 or less on Amazon)." EYE. ROLL.
I find that, if you are true to who you are now and acquire items within those boundaries then you can not only look stylish but authentic (something decidedly lacking in the world of fashion). Bonus points if you can find all your items second hand, thereby unleashing NO further pollutants, chemicals, labor practices or fuel to enter the cycle of what it takes to being your clothes to you.
Previous clients who have sold with me all seem to have that eye for interesting items that no longer work for them but work perfectly for someone else.
This is such a pleasant and easy way to minimize your consumption and the waste that is a byproduct. Be part of the solution!
Suska pop-up on the porch of 620 Holman Avenue
Saturday, March 21rst from 10am-3pm
CASH, Venmo or PayPal ONLY
Come peruse the clothing, shoes and accessories and see the garden!
Most items will have category pricing between $10-$30. Some items will be priced as marked.
Whatever doesn't sell will be sent to ThredUp or The RealReal, so get them before they are gone!
My kids are threatening a lemonade or other "stand", and I may have some plants and seeds for sale as well.
Weather dependent!!! If rain is called for, I'll push it to the follow Saturday.
NO dressing rooms - please come prepared to try items on over or under your clothing