We had a very busy weekend! Starting off visiting the Visiting Nurse Association of Somerset Hills that had a rummage sale in Bedminster, I heard of the sale and finally able to see it, supposedly a very good sale. The area is one of the most wealthy in the US and I would imagine that people are giving away nice things.
My friend Missy was going to join me with her two year old, when she arrived she panicked. A very long line for parking and the place seemed to be crazy busy. She gave up and when she tried to get out of line, a crash happened behind her… I was on my own, managed to park after about 20 minutes.
White tents with organized items, long lines to all of them. I started with the women’s boutique and was able to enter after about 15 minutes. A nice selection of clothes, the most famous brands were labeled and on a separate rack. You could find, Stella McCartney, Valentino, Versace, Moschino and much more. I found more than I was ready to keep, finally I decided on a Prada dress, Moschino skirt, Elieen Fisher top and a shirt from Lloro Piano (much more affordable than the Sample sale, I paid $10). For my 11 year daughter I got two Vera Bradley bags, $20 each, seemed brand new. I visited the children’s tent and spend $42 on two bags of clothes – JCrew, Vince, Mudd, Aeropostale etc.
The rummage sale happens twice a year, look at the visiting nurses web site – http://www.visitingnurse.org/news-and-events/rummage/
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