$15 for $30 Worth of Secondhand Clothing, Toys, Housewares, and Furniture at Treasures on Park Street

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In a Nutshell

Thrift store with a vast selection; all proceeds go to the Douglas/Elbert Task Force, which feeds and clothes people in financial distress

The Fine Print

Expires 90 days after purchase. Limit 1 per person. Limit 1 per visit. In-store only. Not valid for sale items. Cannot be combined with other promotional offers. Must use promotional value in 1 visit. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

It's important to dress for the job you want, not the job you have—unless you work at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, in which case you have to wear a hazmat suit even if you'd rather be a gym teacher. Fight the disease of unfashionability with this Groupon.

It's important to dress for the job you want, not the job you have—unless you work at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, in which case you have to wear a hazmat suit even if you'd rather be a gym teacher. Fight the disease of unfashionability with this Groupon.

The Deal

  • $15 for $30 worth of thrift-store goods, including children's clothing and toys, housewares, linens, furniture, and adult clothing

The A-Line Skirt: Shocking Curves

To add an element of drama to an outfit, consider the flared shape of an A-line skirt. Read on to learn more about this basic silhouette.

With its high, narrow waist and full shape, the A-line skirt seems today like women’s fashion at its most traditional. But when French designer Christian Dior presented it as the cornerstone of his first spring-summer collection, it caused an international stir. In 1947, World War II and its rationing of fabric were very recent memories; skirts tended to hang loose and straight from the hips to just below the knee, and the aesthetic of the military uniform lingered in square shoulders and boxy silhouettes. Now, here was a great bell of fabric, often delicately gathered or pleated, that bloomed from waist to calf in outrageous quantity—20 yards of black wool were required to form the skirt of Dior’s iconic Bar suit. The look was immediately raved about and, in some corners, denounced as frivolous.

Dior didn’t see it that way. He would later call his style “the return to an ideal of civilized happiness,” and while his collection became known as the New Look in the press, he himself gave the line the name Corolle—turning the women he dressed from soldiers into flowers. Today’s A-lines tend to be less lush (and less frequently pleated), with lengths ranging from mid-thigh to ankle, but their association with a classic femininity tends to remain.


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  • “I visit this store often for a variety of needs, I also donate my unused items so they benefit those needy in the community. Very well run and a fantastic organization.”

  • “Great store that gives back to the local community! Highly recommend. ”

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    Castle Rock

    1638 Park Street

    Castle Rock, Colorado 80109

    303-688-6129

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