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Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by shoreman1782, Jan 6, 2005.

  1. shoreman1782

    shoreman1782 Senior member

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    Anyone ever been there? I heard some good things, but I dunno...
     


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    Were you just checking out Got Plans? on the Washington Post web site? Â The Going Out Gurus are sadly mistaken; Secondi no longer sells men's clothing. Â This thread contains my recommendations as to the best DC consigment stores.
     


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    Wow, Ambulance Chaser, talk about same page. Indeed I was. I wasn't asking, but I did take note.

    That's a shame, but thanks for reposting your own list.
     


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    There are almost no places that sell men's second hand clothing within the DC limits proper. Only place I can think of is Alex Designer Consigner and the men's section is very small. They also sell couture created by local designers so you have to pick through and the selection is limited.
     


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    Secondi no longer sells mens clothing -hasn't for a while.

    Fufua on 16th has some interesting brands at a discount and, IIRC, does sell used clothing (although it may not be consignment, they've got decent stuff). Haven't been there in a while, but have had good experiences in the past.

    I checked out the thread on DC Consignment (I remember reading the original). It is a sad state of affairs. Where DO the lobbyists and lawyers get rid of their Oxxford togs? There has to be some place.
     


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