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It’s no secret that the resale industry is growing by the minute, and now one of the most prestigious names in fashion is throwing its hat into the ring. Oscar de la Renta has just launched its very own resale platform, dubbed Encore by Oscar de la Renta, where you can find gorgeous pieces from past collections that you may have missed out on the first time around. 

“Curated from the archives of clients, collectors, and the finest vintage boutiques, Encore by Oscar de la Renta provides a sustainable alternative, extending the life and utility of exceptional heritage pieces,” the brand explained in a statement. The selection includes a mix of both newer and vintage items, including dresses, jewelry, and more. Plus, sellers can choose to donate the proceeds of the sale to one of the brand’s charitable partners: Habitat for Humanity, Dress for Success, World Central Kitchen, or The Colleagues of Los Angeles. Now that’s an initiative I can get behind. Scroll down to see my favorite dresses from Encore by Oscar de la Renta. 

Hailing from the F/W 19 collection, this embroidered number is my dream wedding guest look.

This stunner comes from the S/S 19 collection. 

This fanciful feather frock is absolutely beautiful. 

This vintage beauty comes complete with pearl embellishments. 

Nobody does florals like Oscar de la Renta. 

This simply screams holiday season. 

I can’t stop staring at these organza ruffles. 

Fit for a queen. 

This sunny yellow color is just so joyful. 

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