Congratulations! What a nice article. I hope it gets you some more business.Who knows--you may yet be able to open your dream store!
Great piece! Congrats on another successful market and the article.
Congrats to you, sir!
WHAT?! Hold the phone, who is Joe Ferraro?! I only know Giuseppe Timore, my mind is blown.
Congrats! This is great - now I can explain to my wife why our basement is filling up with old sportcoats and suits.
Congrats! I'm a Boston local and stumbled upon your blog a few years ago via another. I would LOVE to find some 2nd hand, vintage womens shops. I refuse to spend top shelf prices for 3rd hand quality. Besides, today's fashions just don't fit/hang well and truthfully are very lack-luster in style. Classic is always the way to go. What I wouldn't give to find a suit like the one Grace Kelly wore in Rear Window. Best of luck for continued success!
Great article! I'm gonna have to plan a trip out east around one of your Top Flea events. You have inspired me to thrift and I get a lot of compliments from my discoveries! Good piece of advice about expecting to strike out more than hit paydirt. And it kills me when I see something I really like but it doesn't fit.
Major congrats. Boston Globe is a big deal! Terrific, well deserved article.
OTOH, cover blown. The high price of notoriety, I guess.
Great piece; congrats! Keep up the good work.
Got a chance to read it, better late than never. Love it! :) R
I'd like to say thanks for your advice and articles. I started going to thrift stores to check for good quality used clothing to add to my wardrobe. I'm still searching for a nice tweed coat, but today I found a cashmere wool suit for $9. It's a perfect fit and looks great. Keep the great articles coming.
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