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Christal Young checked out fashions on the streets of the Upper West Side.

Christal's hat $40 from Collection 18 at Loehmann's

www.loehmanns.com

Jacket by Zara $299

www.zara.com

Jeans from Forever 21, $21

www.forever21.com

Booties by DKNY at DSW, $80

www.dsw.com

The first person Christal zeroed in on had a cute tan shoulder bag. Bag $2 from the Goodwill Store in Dover, N.J. 

Over-the-knee socks, $10 from Madewell

www.madewell.com

Multicolored sneakers by Jeffrey Campbell, about $200 from Tani

www.jeffreycampbell.com

Sweater by Long Island, from TJ Maxx in London, about $30

Fire lense sunglasses by Oakley, $140

www.oakley.com

Christal's favorite consignment shops

Consignment Tips: Always call ahead before taking anything in. Most shops have certain days and times when they will accept things. Don't take anything soiled or stained. Most places will only take clothes and shoes from the current season. You can always refuse to leave an item if you don't agree on the price the shop wants to charge and finally, If your items don't sell, you can always come back in to get them.

Manhattan

Margoth Consignment Shop

218 East 81st. St.

(212) 988-7688

 

Designer Resale

324 E. 81st. Street

(212) 734-3639

 

Michael's

1041 Madison Ave. (2nd flr.)

(212) 737-7273

 

Columbia U. Consignment

52 Tiemann Pl.

(212) 663-2051

 

Brooklyn

Mae Consignment

453 7th Ave. (Park Slope)

(718) 788-7070

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