N’used women’s consignment shop reopened on Tuesday in a new location — just one door down from where it had been located in Herndon’s Sunset Park the last three years.
N’used had outgrown the small space at 286 Sunset Park Dr., said owner Rosemary Edwards. It has moved its merchandise to 284 Sunset Park, which formerly housed Ajax Amusement’s showroom.
N’used carries high-end, gently used women’s clothing and handbags, as well as new accessories. The store also aids local shelters and women’s charities by donated unsold goods. Have some items to consign? Call the store at 703-437-8733 to make an appointment.
The store will hold a grand reopening and third anniversary party in the new space on Nov. 11, said Edwards.
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