Los Angeles is a true haven for vintage-lovers and thrifters alike, but if you're looking to score some sweet vintage Hermès or last season's gently worn Givenchy bag, you'll want to bookmark If Pockets Talked, L.A.'s hot new consignment e-boutique. It's expertly edited by owner Masha Gordon, an L.A. native with a deep love for fashion and some of the best-dressed friends in town. She started If Pockets Talked as a biproduct of helping friends organize their closets. She's amassed quite a collection of goods for sale that stands up to any of the city's best consignment stores, and everything is beautifully organized on her site. Whether you want a breezy Jenni Kayne blouse for under $100, some ombre patent Pradas, or you just want to peek at the fantastic finds from the '60s, '70s, and '80s that are added to the site daily, we highly recommend you add If Pockets Talked to your local shopping arsenal. Seconds, please!
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