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Angie’s Closet is bursting with hidden treasure.
Victoria Storm has netted a catch every time she’s walked through the door, from a hand painted T shirt to a red leather Zac Posen jacket.
“I always find something I can’t live without,” said the Superior woman.
MaryAnn Katzmark of Superior has received compliments each time she dons the gray wool cape she found at Angie’s.
“I love the prices and the quality of the merchandise,” she said.
And they’re spreading the news.
“I personally have called six friends, I’m that excited about the shop,” Katzmark said.
The former Take 2 Consignments storefront at 1202 Belknap St. has a new owner, name and look. Angie Colborn opened Angie’s Closet on Sept. 5, after a weekend of redecorating.
“I love everything she’s done with the store,
” said Storm, who’s been a regular customer for years.
The space is light and bright, with twinkling chandeliers and a fresh coat of paint. The dressing rooms have been moved to the center of the store and the counter is up front.
Accessories are grouped together, to make that must have pair of shoes or scarf easier to find. Athletic wear has been added to the mix, along with a pair of upholstered chairs for customers to rest in and a sparkly prom room in the back.
“When I walked into the shop it was eye pleasing immediately,” Katzmark said. “And Angie was very, very personable.”
For Colborn, the shop is the perfect fit.
“I wanted to do something that I have passion in,” she said. “And I have a passion for fashion and clothes, and meeting with people.”
Take 2 Consignments has been her favorite store for the last decade. She’s been both customer and consignor for years.
After 13 years working for the Superior School District, Colborn lost her job in May. She realized she didn’t want to sit behind a desk anymore,
and approached Take 2 owner Diane McGinnis about possibly buying the store.