Store review: Rich clothes for poor girls (and boys)

follow By Hanna Trudo, News Correspondent

go site How do you determine if something is in or out of style? If everything old is considered new again, there can’t possibly be a fashion faux pas, right? As logical as this sounds, if shoppers are hesitant to judge whether or not their personal form of textile expression is ‘tres chic,’ there’s a local Boston boutique to help take out the guesswork.

تداول الخيارات الثنائية على الأخبار Enter Poor Little Rich Girl, a melting pot of eclectic vintage clothing located on trend-driven Newbury Sreet. Whether you’re craving a flapper-inspired asymmetrical skirt from the 1920s or a geometric pattered ankle length dress from the 1970s, the tightly-edited vintage boutique offers a unique ‘throwback’selection for shoppers to enjoy. And although the store’s 500 square-foot interior is petite in size, the vibrant, decade-inspired decor makes an immense statement.’

source link ‘I didn’t want it to be just one thing, it’s not supposed to be too specific,’ owner Meredith Byam said. ‘I almost purposely didn’t do consignment because it’s too common.”

go to link As the secondhand trend continues to thrive on Newbury Street, Byam said she feels strongly about offering a pure vintage shopping experience to choosy buyers.’

الخشب الأحمر الخيارات الثنائية احتيال ‘No one really does vintage anymore, it’s kind of sad,’ she said.

watch After sifting through racks of tangible style history, previous fashion trends seemed to make a pronounced modern comeback. A navy blue and white polka dot vintage woman’s Versace shirt, $34, hung across from a 1980s acid wash denim jacket, $68, with music icon Madonna’s picture embroidered on the back.

اخبار اليوم فوركس ‘I get a lot of mid-20s and 30s customers who are always looking for something new and original, so I like to switch it up,’ Byam said.

موقع لتداول الاسهم This is the store’s second location. The original, a larger space in Davis Square, is more of a consignment store and less of a boutique, Byam said. موقع دلوي اسهم اعمار العربي السعوديه The statement-making store also offers a mixture of accessories, including a preppy plaid J.Crew scarf for $18 and assorted men’s eveningwear ties ranging from $14 to $22. The one-of-a-kind ornament pieces add emphasis to the already distinctive clothing selection.’ Pushing the theme of retro flavor, Byam attributed the store’s name to her love for the Andy Warhol film with the same title.’ ‘It kind of means that you might not have a lot of money, but you have great taste,’ she said.

go site Poor Little Rich Girl at 166 Newbury St. is open noon to 6 p.m. Monday through Saturday and noon to 5 p.m. Sunday.’

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