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Teeming with quintessential labels like Marc Jacobs, House of Harlow, and Rebecca Minkoff, beloved-blog-turned-storefront Hunter & Hare Consignment + Quality Goods (334 West Pender St., Vancouver, 604-559-4273, Hunterandhare.com) emulates the enviable closet of your chicest friend while offering locally sourced treasures you thought were reserved for Portland’s artisanal markets. As the only consignment store in Vancouver that offers free pick-up for previously loved garments, their selection is perpetually fresh and meticulously curated.
Why we love it: Owners Jo and Micki developed a keen eye for must-have finds with a collective five years at Anthropologie and Plenty, made evident by the smattering of sequined vests and darling midi-skirts.