Stores that specialize in reselling trendy used clothes are doing a booming business these days—enough so that they can afford to be picky. So many people are looking to make a quick buck by thinning out their closets that even Dior and Juicy Couture can be rejected, the Wall Street Journal reports.
Rejection causes all sorts of emotional fallout: “If they don't buy my clothes, they don't like my clothes—and they don't like me,” says one would-be seller. A manager of a store in the growing Buffalo Exchange chain says sellers offer up reasons from a lost job to bail money for bringing clothes in—and one threatened to kill her for not buying everything: “Are you serious ma'am?” she responded. "It's just clothing."
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