Ventura County residents have a new opportunity to save a mint while refreshing their wardrobes at Simi Valley’s new eco-minded, upscale, resale/consignment clothing store for women, men and juniors.
SIMI VALLEY, CA (Dec 2008) – The Mint Fashion Exchange is that rare clothing store – mindful of the past, in-line with the contemporary, and energized by what we create for the future. This economically and ecologically sensible shop offers excellent resale fashions: designer jeans, high-end casual wear, classy everyday clothes, coveted handbags and interesting finds. Proprietor Marie Herring’s selections emphasize natural fibers, refinement, and conscientious use; everything in the store is intended to encourage long and meaningful life.
“Finding good deals is always in fashion, and especially during tough economic times it’s important that the community have a vibrant resale store where customers can buy great essentials and designer clothes without breaking the bank,” explains Marie.
A genuine and personable entrepreneur, Marie handles transactions from a consultant’s perspective; she works with customers to find the values and styles that work for them. Clothing and accessories are carefully chosen, including a variety of sizes and prices, and Marie keeps requests from individual customers in mind as her inventory comes in. Inventory is received by appointment.
Marie Herring, owner and proprietor, has lived in Simi Valley since 2002. She brings to the business many years of keen attention to people, preferences, clothing, and accessories. She is thrilled to present a responsible business model that supports the environment and community. A savvy shopper, Marie builds her collection with real people in mind and an eye on current trends. In addition, her experience growing up on farmland in the Midwest has given her an appreciation for the longevity of well-made things and the interconnectedness of materials, commodities, and community.
The Mint Fashion Exchange, at 757 East California Avenue in Simi Valley, is located once block south of Los Angeles Avenue between 4th & 5th Streets.