Buy and Sell Designer Duds at StyleRecovery!

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Hey, all you fashionista stalkers! Wouldn’t you love a place where you could sell your gently used designer duds and buy new pieces at fantastic prices? Wouldn’t it be heavenly to find a high styling place where you could sell your older designer clothes, shoes, and accessories for prices they deserve? Wouldn’t it feel great knowing that your items would be sold to buyers who appreciate their true value and quality? And wouldn’t it be grand to know you could turn around and buy new pieces from your favorite designers at comparably affordable prices? Then let me introduce you to StyleRecovery!

Pauline Truchot created StyleRecovery for a reason that proves familiar to most women: she realized that she had a treasure trove of gorgeous, hardly used clothing, footwear, and accessories in her closet. As it happens, women generally only use about 3 percent of the clothing and other fashion items they own. Why not give the surplus to a good home?

StyleRecovery allows you to do just that. When you become a member, you can recycle the designer items you own by selling them to people who really appreciate what they’re worth. You can also buy items from others – and the best part is how affordable everything is! If you’re a fashionista on a budget, you can buy and sell luxury, high end clothes and accessories for much less than the retail price.

With more than 60,000 members all throughout Europe, you can’t even imagine all the designers represented. Find your favorite handbags from Chloe, Chanel, and Prada. Get gorgeous shoes from Christian Louboutin, Miu Miu, and Valentino. There are beautiful tops by Herve Leger, jackets by Iro, and trendy shorts by Maje. You can buy gloves, scarves, jewelry – you name it!

Signing up with StyleRecovery is easy. To sell clothing, you just have to register and closely photograph the items you want to sell. Buyers can get designer merchandise as much as 80 percent off the retail store. So, what are you waiting for?

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