The New Year is always a time that leaves me itching to root through my closet, hanger by hanger, to remove any space-hogging garments that I either can’t – or simply don’t – wear. And since having my son 16 months ago ushered in a very necessary wardrobe revamp, I have more clothes that deserve better homes than ever before. Had-it tossers go in the giveaway bag, but items in decent, great or brand new shape are ones I try to sell, trade or consign first.
In the window at Goodbyes: bright fall fashion pretty much perfect for year-round San Francisco weather is on display at this Laurel Heights consignment shop. The neighborhood is filled with top-tier boutiques, but wallet-conscious shoppers in search of quality clothing at discounted prices regularly head here for women’s and men’s attire.