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Déjà Blue Boutique by Ren

deja 2A while back, a friend of mine told me about a second hand store in Cherry Creek North called Déjà Blue Boutique. I asked if it was a consignment store and she said no it’s like a Goodwill only with much better items to choose. I pondered the thought of visiting this boutique only because I can be a bit picky when it comes to used items but I was curious none the less.

I was covering the Good Exchange Fashion Show on February 6 with fellow Blogger Danni. The show was fantastic with fashion Guru Tim Gunn and Mondo Guerra as a co-host for the show. The basis of the show was a preview of Denver’s newest and brightest fashion design students from Goodwill’s youth program. Moreover, what made this show like no other is that the students “re-designed” Goodwill clothing into a completely new fashionable outfit from a city that inspired their look. Déjà Blue also used models to highlight pieces from their store.

Prior to the show I didn’t realize that Déjà Blue is actually a one of a kind store for Goodwill industries of Denver known for selling fashion forward clothes and accessories for less than the average mall store. It was great to get a preview of what this store has to offer.

I finally had an opportunity to visit the store and talk a bit with the staff that was genial and very helpful. I was pleasantly surprised by the décor of the boutique, very warm and inviting. The layout of the store was very customer friendly. The clothing racks and accessory tables were easily accessible and orderly with a sizeable variety of items to choose. My overall impression of the Boutique was good. The only challenge, as it is with any second hand store, is finding your size in an item you actually like.

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    September 15, 2014 at 10:51 am

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