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Check out Goodwill's Deja Blue boutique for high fashion looks at a discount

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When people hear the name, "Goodwill," they don't normally think of brands like Michael Kors, Tracy Reese and Tory Burch. However, things at one of the most famous second-hand stores are changing. Goodwill recently opened its Deja Blue boutique right here in Denver at Cherry Creek North. Deja Blue is different from traditional Goodwill retailers, in that it only sells high-end merchandise.

Like many other consignment stores, Deja Blue is a great place to go for affordable merchandise from high end labels. Unlike other consignment stores, donors don't get paid for their clothing donations, so you can find great pieces for a steal. The boutique itself is very chic, and the employees know their fashion. With many fashion-forward looks to choose from, you'll definitely find something that suits your taste.

Proceeds from Deja Blue also go to Goodwill, and are used to fund career development programs. Items for sale at this boutique are donated at specialty donation sites, or at the store itself, allowing for a good selection of high end items while also ensuring that brands of all types will be available in other Goodwill retail locations.

If you want to spruce up your wardrobe and have enough money left over to take your friends out for sushi, pop by the Deja Blue boutique and check out the goods. Not only will you be adding to your own closet, you'll be helping someone else receive career development training.