Over the last few days I’ve had the great pleasure of playing fashion matchmaker, finding happy homes for forsaken footwear.  This little enterprise sprang into being when, in the course my avid thrift-store prowling (it’s basically the only shopping I do here in the desert), I found a pair of beautiful shoes that didn’t fit, but were too incredible a bargain to pass up.  I posted their picture to Instagram in the hopes that someone else might share my enthusiasm (if not my shoe size), and low-and-behold, people did.  I became convinced the thing was kismet when a later trip turned up another little treasure, which I was able to offer to an unrequited suitor of my first find.  Those little lovelies are already on their way to their new home.

Thus was born a beta-test for a potential business venture here at stylings: a boutique shopping service, specializing in luxury goods at unbearably low prices.  What do you think?  Would you be interested in such a thing?  What about participating in the beta-test?  Gals & guys, I’d really appreciate your feedback on this, so shoot me an email or leave your thoughts in the comments.

And of course, A Million Billion Thank Yous to my first two lovely beta-testers–I’m so jealous of you ladies, I can’t even say.

 

6 Responses to A Little Offer…

  1. MaryKate says:

    This sounds like a great idea! I’d be more than happy to assist in the beta testing.

    • lvs says:

      YAY! I’m still working out the details of the thing, but as soon as I get it more sorted I’ll give you a shout. Thanks so much for your support!

  2. Crystalin says:

    I think this is a brilliant idea! I cannot believe how many great pieces you’ve found/find at these price points. I’m totally in on this beta testing :)

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