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True Fashionistas store in North Naples dodges supply chain issues

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As supply chain issues continue to deplete the stock of items consumers need and prefer at businesses across the board, the True Fashionistas consignment store in North Naples reports that it has not experienced an availability slowdown of items in its inventory. True Fashionistas’ success mirrors secondhand sales throughout the U.S., as recently verified in the Reuse Report by online marketplace Mercari. The report projects that Americans will spend more than $160 billion on secondhand items in 2021. True Fashionistas, Florida’s largest designer resale store, also has seen a recent uptick in sales and has upgraded its website to accommodate the surge in global traffic. Its brick-and-mortar store also is set to move into a larger space this month at the Galleria Shoppes at Vanderbilt to offer a better in-person shopping experience, said True Fashionistas owner Jennifer Johnson.


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