If you're looking for clothes or other goods that may still bear the original price tags but you want to pay less, check out the latest addition to Chelsea's downtown, The Other Women Consignment.
The store at 121 S. Main St. carries a mix of men's, women's and children's gently used current and vintage clothing and shoes, and new and used purses and totes and other household items.
"We're a little mix of everything," says Kim Watkins, who co-owns the shop with Laura Rivard. "You can walk in and get some gently used clothing and walk out with a brand new gift for someone."
The store also features the creations of a woodworker, jewelry makers Andrea and Kim Steele and Kim Grant, the colored pencil work of Lynn Bray, and pastels by Deborah Zamperla.
"Chelsea is just a community that comes out for their own," Watkins says of their decision to open in the downtown. "It's awesome. They're really just a very supportive community."
Source: Kim Watkins, co-owner, The Other Women Consignment
Writer: Tanya Muzumdar