he’s an outdoorsy gal who adores fashion— along with shoes, handbags, jewelry and other
let’s just say her interests vary widely—and accessories.
while the list of likes is long there’s one thing Saige carries brands such as Ann Taylor, Chico’s,
Saige Irlacher cannot abide: high prices. Lilly Pulitzer and Anthropologie, just to name a
221 Pelham Road Which is why she loves consignment shops. few. Many items still have their original tags—but
“I’ve always been a savvy shopper,” says Saige. “I certainly NOT their original prices.
love the hunt—looking through everything until I “Consignment is a blessing in a weak economy,” says
Saturday 10am-4pm ﬁnd that one great piece.” Saige, who has cultivated quite the following amongst
What used to be a happy avocation became a stylish, budget-conscious women. “My boutique is
www.saigeconsignment.com a one-stop economic stimulus package—you can
professional adventure last November when the
Upscale Clothes and Accessories former ad agency business manager opened Saige consign unwanted clothing and make money as
Consignment Boutique. Featuring “boutique nice well as shop for an upscale look for a whole lot less.”
without the boutique price,” this Eastside shop Away from her boutique, Saige enjoys hiking,
specializes in upscale ladies clothing in sizes 0-18 kayaking, reading, dancing and traveling.
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