SHORT HILLS, N.J., Aug. 12, 2011 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — DoubleTake Luxury Consignment flourishes in poor economy – shoppers finding back to school and fall fashion steals. Today the Bergdorf Goodman customer brags about the bargains she found at Costco, and the Barney’s client clips Sunday morning coupons for groceries. Price vs. perceived value has never been more of a component of retail fashion shopping trends.
Stores like DoubleTake Consignment, which thrive in this climate, understand that even among their wealthiest clients, exorbitance has become passe, and thrift is cool.
Their best clients want to:
– Maintain their standard of living while spending less;
– Enjoy a greater perceived value;
– Purchase new items more often;
– Take pride in finding great bargains;
– Enjoy one-on-one personal service.
DoubleTake luxury designer consignment stores offer all of these to their clients, plus the opportunity to earn back cash for their gently used items at any New Jersey DoubleTake stores, or in their own homes anywhere in the nation.
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. Products debut at 35% of retail, with sales split 50/50 with consignors.
This summer DoubleTake offers shoppers an opportunity to partner with world famous designers to benefit Fashion Target Breast Cancer, by purchasing donated items with all proceeds going to the Charity. DoubleTake also connects consumers with television and Hollywood wardrobe artists, costume designers, and world-class designers by offering one-of-a kind apparel worn by celebrities.
Just in time for Back to School and Fall Fashion, here are just a few examples from thousands of unique values recently available:
Prada Vest Retail: $800 DoubleTake: $270
MaxMara Dress Retail: $520 DoubleTake: $176
Gender Bias Retail: $350 DoubleTake: $135
Tory Burch Pant Retail: $250 DoubleTake: $80
Shoshanna Top Retail: $175 DoubleTake: $29
Roberto Coin Earring Retail: $98 DoubleTake: $25
Stores are located in Englewood, Ridgewood, Short Hills and Red Bank, NJ. Not near a store? Request a home visit or go to www.edoubletake.com .
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.
If you have samples, collections, excess inventory, personal items or full wardrobes you’d like to turn into cash, contact Marci Kessler at firstname.lastname@example.org, call 866.678.6464 or visit www.edoubletake.com .
Allen Cohen 646-391-7721
David Forman 973-477-7489
Marci Kessler recently appeared on national television to offer tips for luxury designer consignment shopping, and is available for interviews by phone, in-studio, or in any of their NJ Stores to talk about how the downward trend in the economy has presented opportunities for some businesses, and for all smart shoppers – and to educate consumers how they can benefit in today’s economic climate.
News issued by: DoubleTake
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Original Story ID: 2011-08-0812-002 (7185) :: 2011-08-0812-002_Simplicite-Volontaire-Voluntary-Simplicity-or-Frugality-is-Now-Cool
Original Keywords: DoubleTake Consignment, Fashion, Designer, Consignment, Shopping, Retail, Fall Fashion, Luxury Consignment, Breast Cancer Awareness, thrift is cool, New Jersey business news DoubleTake Short Hills New Jersey SHORT HILLS, N.J.
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