Sep 18, 2023 - Things to Do

EDIT sale returns to Lower Tuck with designer items starting at $50

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EDIT sale founders Jennifer, Stephanie and Shelly. Photo: Courtesy of Shelly Landau

Charlotte’s favorite designer pop-up sale is back with more than 7,000 pieces of secondhand clothing and accessories starting at $50. The sale starts Wednesday.

Flashback: The sale started as a clothing swap between Stephanie Bissell, Shelly Landau and Jennifer Shelton. Now dozens of Capitol- and Poole Shop-loving ladies consign their gently used (or new with tags!) items.

What to expect: This year’s sale is stocked with handbags and clothing from brands like Ulla Johnson, Gucci, Chanel, Zimmermann and Agua Bendita, among other cool-girl favorites

  • On the lower end, I scored a vintage bag for $55.
  • On the higher end, they have a like-new lavender Chanel bag priced at $4,800 (I did not score this, sadly.)
  • Most pieces are around $200-$500.

If you go:

  • No bags or coats are allowed inside.
  • There’s one big shared dressing room (choose your undergarments or outfit accordingly).
  • You can pay with cash, card or Zelle.

Pro tip: The line is long on day one, but eases throughout the weekend. It’s easier to find the gems once the racks have thinned out a bit.

Details: The sale is at 1018 Jay St., and there’s free parking throughout Lower Tuck. Doors open at 10am Wednesday, Sept. 20.

  • Hours are 10am-8pm Wednesday-Thursday; 10am-6pm Friday-Saturday; and 10am-4pm Sunday.

Here are a few items that caught my eye.

Chanel flats ($1,100)
Staud bag ($220)
TikTok tells me red is the color of the reason, and I found plenty of it at the EDIT sale, including this red Gucci bag.
Ganni green quilt coat ($395)
Chloe leather patchwork skirt ($2,985)
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