Consigning

How to Bring in Your Items

Due to the amount of consignors we have (over 5,000!) we do limit the amount of items you may bring in on a daily basis. Consignments are accepted for viewing everyday we are open from 9:30 am up to 1 hour before closing. You may bring in 25 clothing pieces and one large bin or basket of miscellaneous items.

Clothing must be on hangers, freshly laundered, free from wrinkles or odors, and within season. House wares and miscellaneous items need to be in ready to sell condition.



What We Need

These items are based off of requests that customers have made or items that tend to sell quickly.

  • Trendy Men’s clothing
    • Geared toward high school and college ages
  • Men’s Jeans
    • Sizes 34-40
  • Recliners
  • Pet cages and carriers
  • Children’s Books
    • Preferably current and in great condition
    • No library or books that have writing in them, please
  • Great gift items
    • Lotion, perfume, candles, stationary, etc.
  • Infant items
    • Gently used and clean
    • Includes gear such as high chairs, changing tables, port a cribs, etc.
  • Retro & Vintage items and clothing
  • Plus size clothing
    • Size 18 and up
  • Ladies boots
    • Sizes 8-10
  • Ladies tops
    • Sizes XLG and 1X
    • Includes sweaters and hoodies
  • Designer handbags
    • Michael Kors
    • Coach
    • Gucci
    • Chanel
  • Junior clothing
    • Sizes 13-18 bottoms
  • Boys clothing
    • Sizes 4-12
  • Miscellaneous 
    • Vera Bradley items
    • Miss Me jeans
    • Victoria Secret/Pink
    • Under Armour
    • Nike
    • North Face

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