How to consign
We are accepting walk-ins (no appointment necessary) any time we're open (Monday to Saturday between 10:00 am and 5:00 pm.) We are currently accepting fall items (long sleeves, pants, lightweight sweaters, light outerwear). If you've never consigned with us before, we'll set up an account for you when you come in -- no need to do so in advance.
As a precaution, we are temporarily doing "drop and donate"-style consignment only. We will not look through items on the spot; rather, we will let them sit for 48 hours before processing them. If there are any items we can't sell, we will donate them rather than returning them to the consignor. We don't know how long this policy will be in place and recognize that it's not ideal, but the safety of our employees and consignors is our top priority.
What to bring
We are very selective with the items we are able to accept. This is so we can offer the highest-quality inventory possible to you, our customers! A good rule of thumb is if you wouldn't purchase an item in its current condition, we likely won't accept it for resale.
We accept freshly washed, wrinkle-free, gently worn children's clothing, shoes, and accessories sizes newborn through 12. All items must be in excellent condition with no flaws. We take mall brand and boutique/designer clothing (a list of some of our favorite brands is in the FAW below). We also take sportswear, including dance and gymnastics leotards and shoes, soccer cleats, and ice skates.
Toys + books
We accept toys that are unopened, in their original packaging (never used). We also accept children's books that are in excellent condition with no writing or labels inside.
What not to bring
We do not handle baby equipment (high chairs, strollers, etc.), infant toys, stuffed animals, bedding, discount store brands (Walmart, Target, Kmart, etc.), room decor, DVDs, VHS tapes, CDs, computer software, open boxed puzzles and games, or any items that have been recalled. Please visit recalls.gov to check if an item has been recalled.
What season to bring
January - February: Spring
Short sleeves, lightweight long sleeves, pants, skirts, capris, Easter dresses
March - May: Summer
Short sleeves, shorts, skirts, capris, sundresses, bathing suits
June - September: Fall
Long sleeves, pants, lightweight sweaters, light outerwear. We take Halloween costumes in September only.
October - December: Winter
Long sleeves, pants, heavy sweaters, fleece, heavy outerwear, holiday
Consignment profits are split 50/50 when an item sells. Payments may be collected in the store or mailed by phone request.
Unsold items will be donated at the end of the season unless you have indicated to us that you want to take them back.
Frequently asked questions
How and when are consignors paid?
Consignors are paid 50% of an item's selling price after it sells. The money is posted to the consignor's account and can be collected at any time. It is up to the consignor to keep track of his or her account (we do not automatically send checks). The easiest way to keep track of your account is to either call and ask us to check it or to check it when you come into the store.
Why do you only take 20 items as a drop-off?
We want to allow anyone to drop off items at any time because that has proven to be the most convenient for consignors, so we limit the number of items to make this possible.
Why do you take clothing on a seasonal basis?
We pride ourselves in keeping our merchandise up to date and desirable. We also don't have the storage space to keep out of season items!
What do you do with the items that don't sell?
We donate unsold items to a variety of charities including the Salvation Army, Cradles to Crayons, Big Brothers/Big Sisters, The Red Cross, Amvets, and Saint Vincent de Paul. We are happy to return unsold items to the consignor at the end of the season if the consignor has indicated for us to do so.
How do you set the price for an item?
We determine prices based on the brand of the item, the item type, whether the item is new with tags or used, and, in the case of clothing, the size.
What brands do you sell?
Some of our favorite clothing brands include 7 for All Mankind, Abercrombie, Absorba, Adidas, Beaufort Bonnet, The Black Dog, Burberry, Burt's Bees, Catherine Malandrino, Catimini, Columbia, Crewcuts, Florence Eiseman, Gap, Gymboree, Hanna Andersson, Jacadi, Janie and Jack, Jelly the Pug, Lands' End, Le Top, Lilly Pulitzer, L.L. Bean, Matilda Jane, Mini Boden, Mudpie, Nike, The North Face, Patagonia, Petit Bateau, Ralph Lauren, Splendid, Tea, Tucker + Tate, UGG, Under Armour, Vineyard Vines, Zara, and Zutano.
Some of our favorite toy brands include American Girl and Melissa & Doug.
Local supplier commitment
One of the best things about the consignment business model is that it returns value directly to our consignors, almost all of whom are local parents in Easton and the surrounding towns. What's more, that value is more likely to stay within the local community, which supports our goal of vibrant, self-sufficient local economies.
To that end, we have made a formal commitment to supply the bulk of our inventory (at least 50% of expenses) from local, independent suppliers. The vast majority of our inventory is already supplied by local consignors, but we will also extend this commitment to choosing local suppliers for our other inventory (like new toys, gifts, and handmade products) whenever possible.