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Revival Couture

Posted by Staff / Posted on June 16, 2011

Revival CoutureRevival Couture was born from the retail genius of owner-duo Christine Hadden and Donna Nesrallah. The shop carries gently-used clothing and accessories from high-end labels like Chanel Chloe and D&G. The products are so carefully selected and merchandised, you might not suspect they were second-hand. Good finds? Pink suede YSL platform pumps and a one-shoulder ruffle Kabi dress.

Photo from Revival Couture's Facebook page.



Consignment Junkie / October 31, 2011 at 04:31 pm
They're items start at $500. Every pair of shoes I looked at were over $500. Obviously this is because they stock things which would be much more expensive at their original price. But while they have some nice pieces, but I don't know if I would call it "retail genius" like the article above. There are other great consignment stores in the city that I like better, but it does a nice job of sifting for you.
debi / March 1, 2012 at 10:59 am
consignment store for the 'haves' - only they can afford to pay the prices which 'start' at $500.00. Not for the 'working girl' trying to pay her bills and dress well for the office.
eli / October 22, 2012 at 10:03 pm
very snobby sales person. Only spoke to me when I was alone in the store. Kept walking in on me in the dressing room when I was in the middle of changing. Aggressively pushed clothing that were objectively unflattering and way over priced just to make a sale. Anyone who is over a size 4 will have trouble finding anything at all. Upon buying a pair of boots, i had requested to be called when anything in a size 6 would come in. I was told...."sorry we dont do that and we only call our good customers" I will not step foot in there again.
mydaymyrunway / August 23, 2013 at 11:28 pm
Will never ever set foot in this store and will badmouth it to everyone in my circle. I've built up a vast collection over the years and have never consigned. I thought maybe I'd try it out with a handful of Givenchy pieces (my favourite of the moment) After googling, I called this store to enquire as to their process. The arrogant woman who answered the phone was extremely rude and unwelcoming. I would assume if they did not want to consign any more items, they would at least try to welcome possible customers to buy all the (what looked like mostly outdated, unpopular items) for sale in their store. But nope. Based on what I saw on their site, my closet is too good for this place! I would rather donate all my unwanted and unworn or barely worn ss13 givenchy pieces/handbags than ever do business with this place!
Sandy / May 29, 2015 at 12:44 pm
Hello - I was at this attractive boutique store very recently. I was totally impressed with the friendliness of the staff and enjoyed looking around. Though, true most of the clothing were very small sizes, it was a fun search. It was right at noon and the girls were having their lunch, but helped me out in every way - pointing out shoes in my size, etc. The nice lady even emailed me the recipe of her delious-looking lunch. Now I thought that was over-the-top. Thanks girls.!!

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