Recession Chic: Julep Consignment Clothing

December 12, 2009


I wrote about my trip to Julep Consignment formerly We One You Two last night and raved about all the high end designer pieces they had in the store. There were so many things to show that I had to break the write-up down into four parts. The shoe post and the Chanel post were just the beginning.

Julep is always accepting gently used shoes and clothing. You can clean your closet and make some money in the process. Who doesn’t want some extra cash in their pocket this time of year? The store is located at 1525 Wisconsin Avenue in Georgetown so stop by or call (202) 298 – 5999 to schedule an appointment to get your clothes in consignment. The store is still called We One You Two but they are planning on changing signage soon.

How cute is this Chanel gown. If you don’t care about the word “CHANEL” all over then it’s fabulous. The dress is so sexy but again, not in my size. Ba humbug!

This red Dolce & Gabbana frock will be fabulous for any of the holiday cocktail parties.

I was drooling over this Moschino jacket.

Super chic Chloe dress.
  1. Amy says:

    I was just backtracking through your blogs so I could shoe this entry to my friend!

    I went there at the end of october and bought this amazing coat there for ridiculous cheap, like 90% cheaper then the original price. 😀 And they're so friendly and didn't mind me vocally adoring all their pieces.



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