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Reviewed September 26, 2013
Reviewed March 9, 2013
What You'll Get
Tasteful clothing looks natural, fits perfectly, and helps to shelter someone from prying paparazzi, like a well-placed mulberry-bush helmet. Stylishly shield your best assets with today’s Groupon: for $6, you get $12 worth of gently used clothing and more at Junk In the Trunk Clothing.
Junk In the Trunk Clothing's attentive and sharp-dressed staff, led by owner Ms. Aimee, outfit plus-size fashion plates in sophisticated and gently used apparel. A handpicked plethora of plus-size garments eagerly hugs female forms in both seasonal and timeless embraces. Rainbows of recycled shirts ($3–$13) and pants ($6–$16) promise infinite permutations of work, casual, and eccentric ensembles, and shoes (most for less than $10) enclose or expose pedicures at will. An array of scarves, belts, and other accessories ($1–$7) flatter curves, and racks of purses (most for less than $10) update arm-candy arsenals.
After escorting promising candidates off their carousels for sartorial auditions in spacious, well-lit fitting rooms, shoppers can exercise executive power and assign them to pre-designated “yes,” “no,” and “maybe” hooks. Color-blocked walls and gauzy curtains foster a funky boutique atmosphere and accent the rotating selection of wearables, including high-end consignment garments.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Oct 29, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person. Limit 1 per visit. In-store only. Not valid for sale items. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Junk in the Trunk Clothing
Junk in the Trunk offers a thrifty alternative to the plus-sized gal with a rotating stock of more than 4,000 gently used items by brands such as Coach, Lane Bryant, Torrid, and CJ Banks. Friendly staff members are always on hand to aid with personal shopping and to field difficult questions, such as “Does black pair with brown?” and “Why is pants both singular and plural?”