"Resale Royalty" wraps season with party in Webster Groves

11:12 PM, Jul 14, 2013   |    comments
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Webster Groves (KSDK)--It's a wrap.

The first season of a reality program about a high-end south St. Louis County resale clothing shop wrapped up Sunday on the Style Network.

The show is called "Resale Royalty" and it takes viewers behind the scenes of the Women's Closet Exchange.  The store buys and re-sells gently used designer clothing and accessories.

The cameras followed owner Sue McCarthy and her daughters Diana Ford and Laura Maurice everywhere including some pretty impressive in-home closet buys.

The women watched the season one finale Sunday at Robust in Webster Groves.

"Every Sunday night we come to Robust because we love the food and the wine and it's just fun," said Ford.

Friends and fans often watch with them. Some nights they have five, others about 20. But on this particular Sunday 50 people showed up.

And if you think the show is just for ladies, think again.  The women say men love the show.

"They love the transactional side of it. What we're buying it for what we're selling it for, looking at the life cycle of the products it's great," Maurice said.

"And it's something they can actually watch with their girlfriend or their wife," Ford added.

They do not know if the show will be picked up for a second season, but they say the feedback has been positive.

Stay tuned.


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