The brainchild of La Jeune Mariee owner Lindsay Fork, LUXEredux is, in essence, a 24/7 sample sale.

The brainchild of La Jeune Mariee owner Lindsay Fork, LUXEredux is, in essence, a 24/7 sample sale.

"Everyone tries to have a big sample sale once, usually twice a year," Fork says. "And you try to sell all these dresses because you're about to go to market and you need space for your new inventory."

But for Fork, sample sales just weren't enough, and her Worthington shop (she opened a Downtown location in January 2013) was at capacity.

"So I started to wonder," she adds, "how I could do a sale all the time."

Fork opened LUXEredux above the original La Jeune Mariee shop in 2011. "There's a desire for it … there are girls out there who appreciate these designer dresses and want a designer dress but maybe don't have the budget to spend on one," she says.

The dresses sold in the shop are consigned by local brides and purchased from boutiques around the country that, too, need to shed some gowns. Fork is choosy, taking only the chicest high-end dresses that local brides are after. Ninety-five percent, she says, have never been worn or altered.

As for the experience, "it's like going into Grandma's attic," Fork says. "It's such a cute space up there. And I wanted the experience to be different … just because someone buys a discounted dress … it shouldn't be any different for that girl."

In 2014, Fork envisions LUXEredux moving to a ground-floor space in Worthington. "And we're going to get pickier with what we take in," she says. "We want to hone in on what girls are really asking for, in both the price points and the styles."