We strive to curate a collection of great pieces for our customers, from high end designer finds to contemporary styles and brands at affordable prices. We hope our award-winning consignment will be the perfect fit for you!
How it Works
All consignment is reviewed by appointment only. We price items at approximately 30-40% of their original value, taking in to consideration their condition, style, and potential for resale. We sell your items for 60 days. After 45 days, items are sold at 50% off. At the end of 60 days, all unsold items will be donated to a charity of our choice or used for store promotions. If a consignor would like to pick up unsold items, they must request to do so before their 60 day cycle ends.
First time consignors will be asked to sign our consignment agreement. For each appointment, you will choose your payment option (more on that below), and receive via email a copy of your inventory list the following week.
We’ll inspect all items while you wait, and keep whatever we think will make our customers happy and make you money. We’ll go through your items as quickly as possible, but, depending on the number of items you bring, you might have to wait a bit.
You are welcome to drop your items at your scheduled time and return in 30 minutes to retrieve anything we did not accept, or shop around the store while we go through your items.
There are 2 options for payment:
store credit or check.
You will choose your payment option at your appointment.
If the balance is used as store credit, the consignor will receive 50% of the selling price for their items.
If the balance is cut as a check, the consignor will receive 40% of the selling price for their items.
Checks are written once a week on Wednesdays upon request, and are available for pick up at the shop or can be mailed for a $0.50 fee.
Consignors are responsible for requesting the balance of their account and for requesting a check be issued. Just give us a call, email, or stop in and ask! Consignors have one year from the date of sale to request payment for any balance on their account. After one year, payments expire.
What to Bring
Condition of Items
We accept clothes, shoes, handbags, and select accessories that are current and in season.
Make sure your items are clean and free of stains, holes and odors.
The seasonal intake schedule runs:
August - October | Fall;
November - January | Winter;
February - April | Spring;
May - July | Summer.
Items should be in excellent condition. We have high standards for what we’ll take, so be sure to pre-screen your items and ensure they are in ready-to-sell condition.
At the time of the appointment, all items must be:
Freshly laundered or dry cleaned (depending on garment care requirements). No exceptions!
"In excellent condition" means no holes, pilling, broken zippers, missing buttons, odors, or stains. Absolutely no pet hair will be tolerated.
Neatly folded in bags, bins, or boxes (no hangers).
Shoes must be paired together neatly (no shoeboxes).
What We Take
Our customers love contemporary brands and luxury goods in excellent condition. We also love gently worn vintage with a contemporary vibe.
Citizens of Humanity
Seven for All Mankind
BCBG Max Azria
Rag & Bone
Velvet by Graham and Spencer
Luxury goods may require authenticity.
… this is only a short list of brand examples. It doesn't mean we won't take other labels!
Sizes We Take
It is our mission to provide a wide range of sizes for our customers. That means we accept plus size as well.
We also take maternity clothes! Please let us know when you set up an appointment if your items are maternity.
What We Don’t Take
We do not take jewelry.
We do not take suits, swimsuits, wedding gowns, or intimates.
While we’d love to take each and every item, items will be carefully selected based on style, condition, and potential for resale.
Due to capacity, we ask that you bring no more than TWO large storage bins or boxes OR no more than SIX reusable bags filled with items for review.
We schedule in 30 minute intervals, and with 12-14 appointments a day, we appreciate you respecting our need to keep things at a reasonable capacity.