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Build Your Dream Luxury Wardrobe with Second Hand Fashion
February 25 @ 6:30 pm - 7:30 pm
Photo © Marjorie Preval
Is it time for a little fashion inspiration? When you look in your closet, do you just sigh? Join super fashion guide Leticia Gonzales for an hour-long workshop focusing on how to elevate your wardrobe by replacing things that you don’t wear with classic treasures from stylish Parisian second-hand shops, also known as dépôts-vente.
During the workshop she will take you inside her closet to show some of her pre-owned purchases and explain what made them a great buy. In addition, Leticia will not only let you in on some of her favorite stores in Paris, but also share her tips on what brands to look for and how to assess the quality of the clothing when you are buying from a dépôt-vente. So pour yourself a glass of wine, and enjoy INSPIRELLE’s first Fashion Apéro!
Read more about Leticia’s fashion journey in her post for INSPIRELLE, “Secrets to Creating French Luxury Style with Second-Hand Clothing.”
EXTRA! Leticia is offering a special deal for INSPIRELLE members on her guided tours!
When: Thursday, February 25 at 18:30 (CET)
Where: Online via Zoom (details will be sent two days before event)
FREE for INSPIRELLE members
10 € for non-members*
*To become an INSPIRELLE member and have access to a variety of discounts like this from our business partners, go here.
About Leticia Gonzales
Leticia is an American stylist, mother, and entrepreneur living in Paris. She has a passion for helping women feel beautiful and confident in their clothes while saving them money and time. She does this with second-hand luxury clothing. Seeing women transform from a closet full of clothes, “having nothing to wear” to a state of ease and mindful purchasing is her greatest wish. She has expertise in teaching women how to build a wardrobe that works for their current life and style by encouraging them to let go of unused clothes. She loves to share her new clothes shopping ways with other women and passes her habits on to the next generation.