November 14, 2011
Natalie Dressed in Charlottesville's Millmont Shopping Center prides itself on being unique.
"They come in and the find things they wouldn't normally find in the shops that they shop in today," explained Cheryl Britts, the co-owner of Natalie Dressed.
With more than 200 consignors shopping all over the world, the inventory at Natalie Dressed is constantly changing.
"We take in clothing ever day, and things only stay in here for 10 weeks, and what doesn't sell is donated to the SPCA Rummage Store," said Britts.
The store focuses on getting customers more for the amount of money they spend.
"We have a lot of the high-end labels and we do make them affordable whereas they probably wouldn't be able to afford them if they went to a retail shop," said Cara Wiehl, the co-owner of Natalie Dressed.
Whether you are a high roller or a penny pincher, more than half off the price is music to any fashion lovers ears.
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