Sourcing from some of the most phenomenal wardrobes around the world, L.A.-based designer consignment shop Decadestwo takes their tightly-edited collection of luxury threads online with Decadestwo.1—making it easier than ever to find a distinct look on a budget.
The user-friendly site allows for easy navigation through the collection, with categories spanning styles of clothing, as well as helpful guides such as “Editors Favorites,” “Future Collectibes” and “Under $300.” The site’s blog is updated daily with stories about the newest consignment, constructive advice such as how to spot a fake Chanel bag, the latest fashion news and a weekly column from editor-in-the-know Billy Garcia.
While they keep their consignors confidential with a Bond agent-style number, each week Decadestwo.1 features one of their favorite contributor’s closets, revealing just a little information about the woman behind the wardrobe. Often though, the consignors don’t mind sharing their identity (Rachel Zoe is #143 Decades founder Christos Garkinos tells us) and the site will share those stories about what makes their closet so special in full.
With all of the brands you covet right at your fingertips, Decadestwo.1 is an inspiring site to scour (read: slightly dangerous addiction). In celebration of their online launch, Decadestwo.1 is offering CH readers 20% off of all purchases until 19 October 2010, simply by using the code DEC20. For those in NYC, check out the Decadestwo.1 pop-up shop at Kiki de Montparnasse from 14-17 October 2010. (Sunday includes their $150 shoe sale.)