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Feeling good in what you wear can change the way you feel - it’s a way to project an image without uttering a single word. Shopping secondhand opens those possibilities - you’re not limited to social gender norms, to what’s in season or trending at the moment, which means you can take risks, build a unique, timeless wardrobe that truly reflects who you are.

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  • I don’t understand, how does consignment work?
    I love this question, I’m glad you asked. In a nutshell - consignment is an agreement between you, the consignor and I, the owner. You allow me to sell your items in my store, in return we share the profit - it’s a 50% / 50% split. *Exceptions for “luxury” items - consignment rates can be negotiated.
  • Why would I consign and not just try to sell it myself?
    Legit questions. I, personally, never enjoyed spending hours answering Facebook inquires , scheduling picks up, dealing with no shows…so the benefit of consignment is that you earn money by doing very little work (easy money honey).
  • Do I need to make an appointment?
    Nope - no appointment needed, just swing by any time during the week. If I’m busy, I may ask that you leave your items, otherwise I’ll try to go through your pile on the spot. You can always call before hand (613-323-1003)
  • How long do you keep my items for?
    The consignment period is for 3 months. It’ll be up to you to remember to come back for your stuff.
  • What brand do you accept /not accept?
    That’s a hard one cause, to be honest, labels don’t really matter, right? But for real, here are a few brands I tend to like: Artitzia, Athropoligie, Free People, Club Monaco, Frank and Oak, Lululemon, anything linen (I’m a sucker for linen), Stüssy, Vans, Nike, Levi’s.
  • I’m sold, what do I need to know before I head over to your shop?
    Cool, so stoked to be doing business with you - here’s what you need to consider before heading over: 1. Is your stuff in season? Remember, I’m always looking ahead? July 1 – Nov: Fall & Winter clothing. (sweaters, hoodies, long sleeves, jeans, joggers, fall jackets, holiday theme) September: Winter Outerwear, Accessories & Snow Boots February – June: Spring & Summer clothing. shorts, tanks, skirts, shorts, lightweight pants, sundresses, swimsuits, Swimsuit (liner & tags must be attached) 2. Amount: 30 items of less - folded or laid flat. Please don’t bring your stuff in a suitcase or in garbage bags - not the look I’m going for. 3. Condition: clean, excellent used condition, smoke-free, no smells. I won’t accept dirty, stained or damaged items (let’s not waste our time, I don’t want to go through your dirty laundry). 4. Inclusive Sizes: we take XXs to XXL if you don’t see your size – consign with me.
  • What happens once you've sold my item(s)?
    If your items sell, you’ll get a store credit. Sadly, there will be no payout options.
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Have Questions?

Free free to reach out if you have questions about consignment, or anything else for that matter.

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