Consign Your Clothing With Us
How It Works:
Simply put, we sell your clothing for you in our retail store. You provide the inventory while we provide the retail space, the marketing, the customer service, and most importantly…the customers.
When the item sells, you get 50% of the sale price. It’s as simple as that! Note: Many shops only give a commission of 40%
How To Consign:
- Bring Us Your ClothesClean out your closet and bring us anything you’d like to sell (please see the “What We’re Looking For” section to help you decide what to bring). Clothing should be laundered and on hangers when you bring it in. Items can be brought in from 10AM – 6PM Monday through Saturday.*
- Discuss The SpecificsWe’ll go through your items and determine what we think will sell and how much it can sell for. The higher the retail value, the higher the resale value! We’ll then discuss these numbers with you and come to an agreement on the initial selling price of each item.
- Put It On DisplayWhen everything is agreed upon, we will display the items for sale in our showroom, as well as on our full retail website (coming soon). Certain items may also be showcased in mannequin and/or window displays, as well as in social media profiles.
- Get PaidNow just sit back, relax, and wait for your items to sell! When they do, we’ll cut you a check for your 50% commission within a few weeks.
* Consignments Etc reserves the right to refuse any item that does not meet our criteria.
What We’re Looking For:
Either name brand items that are less than three years old, or unique vintage items with charm and character. In either case, we’re looking for items in good-to-great condition. If you wouldn’t be caught dead in it because you don’t like the color or because it doesn’t fit quite right, that’s a-okay! One person’s trash is another’s treasure. But if you wouldn’t be caught dead in it because it’s about to fall apart at the seams, it might be time to donate it or throw it away.
What We’re Not Looking For:
- Items with wear and tearA small amount of wear and tear on certain unique vintage items may be acceptable, and may even up the cool factor. For modern items; the closer to new condition, the better.
- Items with stains or odors
- Generic, store brand, or private label items.It’s not that we’re snooty, it’s just that there isn’t much of a resale market for these items