When I started to thrift there were many designers and name brands I’d never heard of. This is where my iphone became my new best friend. I can’t tell you how many designers I “discovered” in the middle of the thrift store thanks to google! Just a few that were new to me are; AG (Adriano Goldschmied) denim, Splendid (I have a top with that name from Bergdorf Goodman, Diesel denim~I’d heard of Diesel but I had NO idea how pricey they are~wow! To name a few more are William Rast, Jil Sander, Balenciaga, and Joy Han. Designer names I’d never heard of. I had no idea of the wonderful world of these clothes and handbags before I became enamoured with the thrift. Most of the general public is familiar with Burberry, Chanel, Louis Vuitton, Gucci, etc…in fact I have a gorgeous Burberry satin skirt on my website http:www.Nayaudo.com as well as other either more “common” designers or unknown to some. I encourage everyone to find out about a designer if you see a piece of their clothing that intrigues you. This is not to say you should become obsessed with and/or become deep in debt to acquire said clothing or handbag, but you seriously never know what will turn up at the thrift! I have the coolest vintage Christian Dior skirt suit found at the thrift. I adore this suit and one day I will find the best venue to wear her and she will shine!
Through the thift I’ve gained knowledge about vintage Coach bags. I currently have 3 in my collection that were made in the USA, One made in NYC. I think that is the absolute coolest ever! Don’t get me wrong I love the newer bags I own as well, made in China but there’s something oh so special about “Made in NYC/USA”. An era gone by.
As usual I encourage anyone reading who is in search of a specific designer or style of clothing, shoes, handbags, etc…to contact me. Email, text, whatever is best for you. If I’m selling an item and you’ve never heard of the designer/brand feel free to ask. If you’ve seen a specific designer item but it’s not in your budget right now, let me know. As your personal shopper I would absolutely keep my eyes open while at the thrift~you never know what will turn up!