From The Closet Shop to Collected Boutique: A Journey of Evolution and Renewal

I'm Susan Eyer, the driving force behind Collected Boutique, and I'm thrilled to share our transformative journey with you. As some of you may know, I took over the Closet Shop in 2020, at the height of the pandemic. While the world shifted, so did our vision for the consignment shop. I contemplated changing the name to reflect this vision, but it felt right to wait, allowing space for a gradual evolution.

 "You have a really great collection. You have a really curated collection," I would often hear from friends and visitors alike. These words resonated deeply, serving as a guiding light in our journey of reinvention.

It wasn't until a shopping trip in Beacon, NY, that everything fell into place. As we walked through the streets, soaking in the local flair, inspiration struck. Collected Boutique—capturing the essence of what we're all about: bringing together carefully curated collections of contemporary, luxury, and vintage pieces. Transitioning from The Closet Shop to Collected Boutique wasn't just about a name change; it was about embodying a vision of sustainability and inclusivity. Our journey continues with a commitment to offering quality preloved clothing, accessories, and more, all while keeping sustainability at the forefront.

Our recent relocation to a larger, brighter space marks the beginning of an exciting new chapter. Formerly Saville Road, our new home symbolizes growth and renewal, providing the perfect backdrop to showcase our curated collections and offer an unparalleled shopping experience.

As the curator-in-chief of Collected Boutique, I take great pride in handpicking the finest items from our consignors and offering personalized styling services in a welcoming environment. It's a labor of love that brings me immense joy and satisfaction each day.

We invite you to explore Collected Boutique, where you can look like a million without spending a million.

Our logo with our slogan, "Look like a million without spending a million."

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