This means I touched:
A vintage Chanel tweed suit, Zac Posen dress, Valentino dresses, YSL jackets, Chole dresses, and so so much more. I was dying and going to heaven everytime I touched a different piece of clothing. The workmanship of these pieces was unbelievable. The fabric was so wonderful, the buttons were heavy and sturdy. It really is worth the money. Even though a leather Chanel dress was marked down from $6,000 to around $1,000 of course it was still wayyyyyyyy out of my price range. But once I get a real job, I will go back and splurge...eventually.
Allan & Suzi is on the West side of Central Park, this shop requires a door bell to be rung to walk in, has such wonderful displays of not only vintage designer but newer designer clothing. The store itself is small but is packed with wonderful clothing, it's pricey but I thought it was the most moderately priced out of the three stores I went to. I'm hoping to take my fashion club here, and you should visit too!
credit; Allan & Suzi
the Chanel suit...gorgeous
Lanvin silk jumper
In this mix of dresses is: Chole, Zac Posen, Valentino
Christian Lacroix dress
The other two secondhand stores I went to on the East side of Central Park were Roundabout (ask me if you want the address) which is a new and resale couture shop, that had more of an organized selection of clothing all designer, and all fabulous. & A Second Chance, this store was more of an accessories store. There were shelves and shelves of Chanel and Louis Vuitton purses (I was dying) and tons of Chanel jewelry, including the classic pearls. I was really in love, but again everything was way out of my price range.
Definitely go check all these stores out if you have the chance, they are wonderful!
tomorrow I'll show you what I wore for the day!