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It's that time of year again. Whether you're going back to middle school, highschool, college, or just
looking for a fresh fall wardrobe, ...
Boston is home to some great shopping locations. Take for example Newbury St., the Copley/Prudential
shopping plazas and Downtown Crossing. Store after store lined up in one big fashion paradise.
To get an inside scoop of Smashion,
read this interview by BARE Magazine, UC Berkeley's premiere fashion, lifestyle, and art publication.
How many outfits in your closet do you plan on never wearing again? Maybe that dress that looked amazing
at the store but not in your room at home or that skirt that everyone has seen you in a million times?
In this wondrous age of hipsters, Salvation Army is the new Newbury Street and gently worn is the new couture.
Combining new and old clothes on one neatly packaged website, Smashion.com hopes to cultivate a web-based community for shopaholics.
A lot of people automatically assume that you have to have an endless amount
of money to afford designer duds. Not true! As many of you know, I'm a budget savvy shopper.
I am constantly getting bargains and paying a fraction of what something is worth.
On cold winter days when the wind is blowing and the snow is falling you just want
to stay inside and watch reruns of old movies. Or you could go shopping online for
bargain fashion items.
Smashion.com is a great way to buy and sell clothes in this economy. The site markets
itself as a social networking site for those who love clothes. There are blogs, forums,
galleries, and even a lounge for today's fashionistas and fashionados.
Have you ever found out about something really awesome that not a lot of people know about, yet?
This just happened to me with Smashion.com. It's like eBay but way easier to use and solely ...
Smashion offers a large variety of fashion items ranging from vintage; overstock items,
mid-range priced items, luxury and independent designers. I interviewed Smashion's Marketing Director ...