Fashion / Style File

New Lovers Lane Store Brings a Global Reach

Dallas-Obsessed Couple Jumps at Expansion Chance After Scottsdale Success

BY // 11.18.15
photography Emily Carroll Photography

Chrissy and Mitch Sayare, the Arizona–based owners of designer consignment shop To Be Continued, are a bit obsessed with Dallas. “We are enamored by everything it has to offer: world-class art, great restaurants, unlimited shopping and a community of warm, interesting people,” Chrissy says.

The couple, who just purchased a permanent Dallas residence at One Arts Plaza, love our city so much that they are opening a second iteration of their boutique here today. In line with the store’s original Scottsdale location, To Be Continued stocks a well-heeled collection of designer wares.

“Mitch and I have an international network of friends,” Chrissy says. “Our inventory is curated from all corners of the globe.” Translation: The Lovers Lane store is full of consigned women’s clothing, handbags, shoes and jewels (no piece older than five years) from ace designers including Alexander McQueen, Valentino, Balenciaga, Hermès, Manolo Blahnik and Cartier.

A tip for the fashion maven purging her walk-in: Consignors receive up to 65 percent of the sale price. As for shoppers, we advise you follow the store on Instagram (@tbcconsignment) for updates on the latest of what’s in store.

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