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Selling Clothing


TOTAL ITEM LIMIT OF 250 ITEMS. INCLUDING CLOTHS TOYS, BOOKS, GAMES, GEAR, ETC.

CONSIGNORS WITH A 60% SELL THROUGH OR HIGHER ARE PERMITTED AN UNLIMITED NUMBER OF ITEMS!

FOR SIZE 0-18MONTHS LIMIT OF 20 ITEMS/SIZE/GENDER/CONSIGNOR.

THIS MEANS 20 HANGERS/PER SIZE/GENDER.

THIS DOES NOT INCLUDE INFANT GEAR OR ACCESSORIES.

THIS DOES INCLUDE SLEEPSACKS AND PJ'S

ONESIES ARE NOT ACCEPTED ON HANGERS BUT MAY BE SOLD AS PART OF A HANGING SET OR IN BAGS IN SETS OF 6.

QUALITY

  • Look at your items in both natural sunlight and indoor light if possible. Some spots won’t show up in indoor lighting alone but become miraculously visible in sunlight. Checking your items thoroughly before you tag them will save you time. "Clean brings the green," so apply some elbow grease. Sunlight also helps take a fresh look at the overall quality of your item. Items should NOT be faded, stretched out, fraying, or pilling.

  • Double check for stains, broken zippers, torn hemlines and missing buttons. Replace missing buttons or sew hemlines if you're able to make the items look new again.

  • Protect your name as a consignor and don't try to sell items that are completely worn out or have "can't be removed stains."

  • Ironing is not required but pressed items look better than wrinkled ones.

  • A spritz of Febreze will make clothes smell like new.

  • Don't cut the labels out of clothing because identifying brands and sizes is important for buyers.

Are you selling sports equipment? Read this great article from the totally awesome Consignment Mommies site!