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Dallas' fanciest resale shop strikes unique deal with Highland Park Village

Dallas' fanciest resale shop strikes deal with Highland Park Village

To Be Continued resale shop at Inwood Village in Dallas
To Be Continued has joined forces with Highland Park Village. Photo by Bruno and Yesi Fortuna

When you consign your designer togs at To Be Continued, your logical next step is to go shopping and restock your closet. That's the thinking behind the new partnership TBC has formed with Highland Park Village.

The high-end consignment shop on Lovers Lane (and "high end" refers to both the inventory and the $1 million finish-out) is offering a sweet incentive for anyone who brings in her clothing, shoes, accessories, and handbags to be resold: payout in the form of gift cards to Highland Park Village, stocked with an extra 10 percent of the value.

"We feel this partnership will not only provide added value to our customers, but also allow for shoppers to continue to invest in the Dallas retail market," says Mitch Sayare, To Be Continued's co-founder, in a release.

It also makes sense considering the luxury brands stationed at Highland Park Village — Chanel, Hermes, Etro, Balenciaga, Christian Louboutin — are the same ones hanging from the racks at TBC. 

Sayare and his wife, Chrissy, brought the concept to Dallas from its original location in Scottsdale, Arizona. The well-dressed ladies of Dallas not only get 65 percent back on anything the Sayares sell for them, but they also don't run the risk of seeing their previously worn apparel strutting around town on a new owner.

To Be Continued continually swaps out its inventories between Dallas and Scottsdale, making it even easier to refresh your designer wardrobe.

"The Dallas community has opened its arms not only to the brand, but to our family," Chrissy says. "As we strategically look to position the brand in Dallas, it was only fitting to partner with the best: Highland Park Village."