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He co-founded Q Clothier and Cufflinks, Inc. “About four or five years ago, we decided we wanted to try something new.” So they spent about a year testing the concept of custom shirts and clothes for women. “We’d ask our friends, ‘Let us make you a shirt,’ ” she said. “After a lot of testing and visiting tailoring workshops, about 3 1/2 years ago we opened in Uptown (Dallas) .” She describes Double R as a “women’s dream closet,” with hundreds of fabrics and styles, plus a candy bar and champagne. “There has been custom clothing for men for as long as we can remember,” said Jen Ratan. “Women have more details than men.” So Double R employs more women tailors, because they understand those details. Custom shirts start at $225; dresses $600; and jackets $800, but depending on the fabric some items can cost more than $1,000. It takes three to four weeks for an order to be delivered. Customers can also get fitted online .

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Denver is also a young city: “There are a lot of fashionistas out there,” she said. For thrifters, that translates to an extensive collection of stylish high-quality items, from evening wear to outdoor gear. Whether you’re looking for furniture, clothing, children’s items, or accessories, there are plenty of options. Thrift stores typically sell donated goods while consignment stores buy and sell secondhand items. April 30, 2017 5 reasons Amazon is experimenting with physical stores One thing many Denver area stores do well is to create curated collections of items for a more upscale shopping experience, Anderson said. “Most people don’t want to look like they came out of a thrift store,” she said. “They want to go into the thrift store and look like they came out of a mall.” Isabel Heiland is a recent high school graduate, band member, and frequent thrifter. “It’s really helpful for high school and college students living on a budget,” she said. Her favorite store is The Arc, a traditional thrift store chain where she found one of her favorite items: an oversized white cardigan. “The staff is friendly and the items are great, and you can find a lot of cool (and funny) stuff there,” she said. At The Arc’s three-day Memorial Day sale, for example, thrifters can get half-off items ranging from sundresses to pool toys to barbecue supplies.

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