A Vintage Kind of Girl

In her 30+ year career, Stacey Winnick has shown thousands of consumers how to buy, sell, and most importantly, save.
Stacey began her career as a vintage clothing stylist, selling to designers from top films and television shows such as “Titanic”, “Sex and the City”, “Mona Lisa’s Smile”, and “The Aviator”. In her career in the entertainment industry, Ms. Winnick has been covered by the New York Times, Vogue Magazine, New York Magazine, InStyle Magazine, CBS Radio, TheTodayShow.com, CNBC.com, and The Journal News.
Stacey’s vintage clothing career, however, is just the tip of the iceberg. For the past 25 years, Stacey has appraised hundreds of thousands of antiques and taught countless collectors how to buy, sell, and value their family heirlooms. She is the Chief Appraiser at many of the largest rummage and tag sales across the country. Organizations constantly turn to Stacey to appraise and sell items at market value.
Stacey’s utmost passion, however, is helping those in her community. In 2013, Ms. Winnick created Chappaqua Moms Sales (CMS), a virtual tag sale on Facebook for women across Westchester county. With over 10,000 bargain-obsessed members, CMS is proof that no one can turn your clutter into cash like Stacey Winnick!
Beyond CMS, Stacey is the recipient of the 2020 Volunteer of the Year Honoree Award from the Ossining Children’s Center, a daycare center for underserved children in Ossining, New York. In the height of the COVID-19 pandemic, Stacey  mobilized volunteers, recruited donations, and coordinated the distribution of food, furniture and clothing to needy families. Her operation has been running every weekend since March 2020.
Stacey serves as a board member of the Briarcliff Manor Sustainability Committee, through which she runs a community wide clean-up for her town! Hundreds of residents participate throughout the year to collect hundreds of pounds of trash.
Currently, Stacey is developing an unscripted TV show titled “Turn Your Clutter Into Cash!”
Stacey cannot bear to see an item go to waste. Her motto: Reduce, reuse or SELL IT!