Before our shop opened back in April, 2011, I considered many names and chose It’s All Good. Why? The store space itself is incredible, featuring an original tin ceiling, French doors, re-purposed soft lighting, private dressing rooms, colorful jewelry displays, complementary colors, and custom-designed, natural wood fixtures that contribute to a boutique feel. We then filled the beautiful space with an affordable collection of classic, stylish, and contemporary items that are either new or like new. First-timers are often so impressed with our collection of fine inventory that they comment, "Oh, I didn't realize you carried only brand new clothes." We don't, but they often look that way.
No detail has been left to chance or overlooked, from our well-known personal shopper experience to the window displays to our educational nonprofit initiatives to our array of designer labels. One of our favorite customer lines is, "I just came in today for a shot of happy."
Our loyal team of Cindy, Erin, Lynn, and Sharon invites you to stop by and browse our collection. We hope you will become yet another devoted customer and believe, as our longterm supporters do, that, yes, "It's All Good."
Cindy Neprash, Owner
It's All Good Resale expands its green philosophy worldwide by raising money to collect, purify, and disburse fresh water to South African middle school students, who often suffer a shortage of any water and always suffer a shortage of clean water. It's All Good Resale designs and creates whimsical, oversized flowers made from recycled 33, 45, and 78 vinyl records from yesteryear. The records are heated, molded, and painted with an interior-exterior paint. Decorated centers are made from recycled materials, and the flowers are fastened on a sturdy garden stake. The concept meshes perfectly with the overarching goal: to embrace recycling, whether it takes the form of water collection and purification or transforming nostalgic materials into one-of-a-kind creativity.
Stop in to purchase flowers to brighten much more than your gardens and to be a part of this special project. For more information about the nonprofit organization behind this inititative, please click here.