FINDING THE HOTTEST TRENDS AT THE BEST PRICES We all love upscale brands and styles, but we don’t love their price tags.
To get the hottest upscale looks, we invite our readers to check out the many popular west suburban resale shops and boutiques that area residents have come to know and love.
“I love coming back to my favorite resale shops again and again because the items change so frequently,” shared Eliza Carol of Naperville.
The Naperville mom of 3 has her area favorites and said that she often learns about new arrivals at each shop via social media. “Many of the popular resale shops are really active on facebook, Instagram and Pinterest, allowing followers like me to get a sneak peek at items that just came in, etc. which I LOVE,” she added.
From brand name designs at half the price to high end furniture finds for a bargain, there are many types of upsclae resale shops providing high-end brands with hard-to-beat price tags.
Acostas Home Consignment in St. Charles, Batavia and Wheaton is an upscale furniture consignment store offering an array of beautiful pieces. Perfect for shopping and selling high quality home furnishings and decorator items, this local favorite has many rooms for you to browse.
If you’re looking for the hottest brands in clothing and accessories, shops like Eva’s Upscale Resale in Downers Grove and Jane Pabon in Geneva have some of the most exquisite upscale finds.
J.Eva Pulczynska, founder and owner of Eva’s has run the store since 1993 and is proud to offer good quality merchandise at lower prices. Brands that you’ll find here include Chanel, Gucci, Louis Vuitton and more.
Jane Pabon, the owner of Jane Pabon Boutique is a Stylist who has been in the business for 30 years. Her boutique not only houses curated quality pieces but offers atelier services as well.
The next time you’re heading out for that special ocassion dress, handbag, or furniture for your home– take the “upscale resale” route first. You just might find exactly what you were looking for, at half the price. How great would that be?