Destination: Located in the nostalgic Westover neighborhood in Arlington, with architecture reminiscent of 1950s small-town charm, this popular consignment shop can be found a couple of doors down from its sister store, Finders Keepers Boutique & Home.
Atmosphere: “It’s All Good has a small, quirky boutique feel, a little bohemian if you will,” says owner Stephanie George. “[Some of the pieces] we have used to decorate with have been recycled, and we have used earth and jewel tones to add a warm feeling.” Occasionally, you can also view pieces from local artists on the walls.
Bread and Butter: Customers can expect to score brands like Lucky, Seven for all Mankind, Gap, Abercrombie & Fitch and Forever 21. “We specialize in gently used casual fashion, things you would wear on a date, to school or just because,” says George. The store aims to show customers that you can find relevant fashion for reasonable prices through consignment shopping.
Sweet Surprises: New inventory enters the store every day, so there is always something exciting to score. The best part is that there are pieces to suit any style from grunge to bohemian. Sometimes, regular shoppers can find brand new items with the tags still on.
Fiercest Fan: There’s a little something in this store for every fashion lover. “We’ve found that our style fits just about anyone who has an individualistic approach to fashion, mixing pieces to create their own look,” George says.
Blows to Budget: Prices vary; most pieces are marked between one-fifth and one-third of the original retail price. –Angela Bobo
Destination: 5906 Washington Blvd., Arlington; 571-335-4744; shopitsallgood.com