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What You'll Get
Your clothes define you as an individual much more accurately than the dictionary, which curiously defines "you" as a preposition. Become synonymous with style with today's Groupon: for $10, you get $20 worth of new and recycled clothing and accessories at Ragstock’s Wauwatosa location inside Mayfair Mall.
Stocking shelves with new and recycled duds since 1971, Ragstock fortifies wardrobes with a storefront stocked with new and recycled men's and women's clothing and accessories. Emblazoned with a debonair bowtie and an eternally blooming rose, a black tuxedo tee ($14.99) offers an ironic alternative to conventional gala garb such as cummerbunds and snowy white half-masks. Ladies can sheathe gams in a pair of neon or cable-knit legwarmers ($6.99), which pair with summery tie-dye wayfarer sunglasses ($4.99) to combat the icy grip of Old Man Winter. A pair of skinny-fit Magnet denim jeans ($24.99) complements the refined simplicity of a recycled cardigan ($15), allowing shoppers to evoke the air of a literature professor without blithely quoting Joyce or eating a leather-bound copy of Ulysses in one gulp. Ragstock also features numerous accessories, including necklaces, rings, earrings, hats, gloves and mittens.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires May 6, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. In-store only. Not valid for sale items or holiday apparel including sweaters, sweatshirts, and vests. Valid only at listed location. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
Stocking shelves with new and recycled duds since 1971, Ragstock fortifies wardrobes with a storefront brimming with new and recycled men's and women's clothing and accessories. In addition to mainstream garments, stores sling eclectic outfit accouterments such as neon suspenders and thick-rimmed spectacles that allow shoppers to evoke the air of literature professors without blithely quoting Joyce.