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Deja Vu Resale Boutique Resale Or Retail?
Can you tell the difference? Probably not! Today’s resale shops look the same as mainstream retailers... except for one big difference—they sell high quality goods at lower prices! The resale industry offers "Quality at a Savings!"
By: Amber Miller
While many businesses close their doors every day, resale remains healthy and continues to be one of the fastest growing segments of retail. With new stores entering the industry and current establishments opening additional locations, the industry has experienced a growth—in number of stores—of approximately 5% a year for the past three years. This percentage reflects the estimated number of new stores opening each year, minus the businesses that close.
“Resale shopping attracts consumers from all economic levels,” says Heather Lander founder and owner of Déjà vu Resale Boutique.. “There is no typical resale shopper, just as there is no typical resale shop,” said Heather Lander. No one is immune to the excitement of finding a treasure and saving money. Shrewd shoppers take advantage of the opportunity resale offers to save money on apparel, furniture and other consumer goods. These savings can add quality to life when used for vacations, entertainment, funding college and retirement accounts, and expanding family activities.
“Especially in dire economic times like this, I think it’s extremely valuable to give buyers looking for high-end merchandise an option that won’t break their pocketbooks, but won’t sacrifice quality either,” said Heather Lander, Déjà vu’s owner. Déjà vu opened its doors in La Crosse on April 15, 2010. “We ensure that all of our merchandise is on the cutting edge of fashion trends and in excellent condition,” said Lander. Déjà vu consigns designer women’s formal, career and casual wear, as well as shoes, jewelry, outerwear and accessories
The resale market is blossoming thanks to value-conscious consumers. With an increasing awareness of the importance of reducing pointless waste, we are progressing from a disposable society to a recycling society—a change that has enormous market potential for the resale industry as a whole. After all, "Resale is the ultimate in recycling,” says Lander.
“Whether buyers want a casual outfit or a stunning bridal gown to compliment their big day, Déjà vu strives to cater to them and deliver customer satisfaction,”
About Deja vu
Deja vu is a resale boutique located in Grayslake, Ill and now in La Crosse Wi. It specializes in high-end designer clothing, shoes and accessories in numerous name brands. Déjà vu also specializes in bridal consignment. For more information on either purchasing items or consigning items with Déjà vu, call 847-231-6530 or 608-782-3400, or visit their website at www.dejavuresale.biz.
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We specializes in high-end designer clothing, shoes and accessories in numerous name brands. Déjà vu also specializes in bridal consignment.