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Lush Consignment Boutique Opens on Bridge Street

Received an email today about a new store that has just opened up on Bridge Street. Lush Consignment Boutique, located at 164 Bridge Street, is "a ladies resale-clothing boutique that sells on consignment popular department store brands to high-end designer clothing, handbags, shoes, and accessories."

From their website (ishoplush.com):
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Not your typical consignment shop.
Our goal at Lush is to allow all women the ability to unleash the inner Fashionista within them. With the help of our in-house wardrobe stylist, you will be sure to leave with the perfect outfit for you! We collect a perfect mix of high-end New York and LA celebrity styles directly to you, at a fraction of the price! At Lush you will find popular department store brands to high-end designers. Lush offers a unique and eclectic selection of designer fashions in a stylish and organized environment that will leave you with an unforgettable shopping experience. Our inventory changes daily, so be sure to visit us regularly for high quality rare finds at amazing prices.
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Lush is open from 11am-7pm Monday-Saturday and 12-5pm on Sunday. They will have extended hours for tonight's First Friday and will be serving light refreshments.

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Anonymous said…
I like the idea of this place, but all the clothes are size zero and I am not=(

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