We love clothes, and strive to bring the best selection of new and preloved pieces to our customers. While we purchase direct from distributors, we also take items from local sellers as well. If you are interested in bringing in pieces, here is a little information on the process.
What we look for:
Designer and boutique style brands are the ones we look for. With the exception of Club Monaco, Aritzia, select Banana Republic pieces and a few of the labels available at The Bay, we tend to shy away from box store brands (ie: Gap, Old Navy, Joe Fresh, H & M, Sears brands, etc.). Examples of the labels we love can be found under "The Labels"section.
Everything brought to us must be in great condition, freshly laundered (dry cleaning not required), free of holes and stains, etc. Knock offs are a big no-no (we authenticate), so leave those ones at home.
We strive to remain contemporary, and only accept pieces that are not outdated or considered vintage. Exceptions to the rule would be higher end designer pieces, such as Louis Vuitton, Dolce & Gabbana, Prada, Hermès, Chanel, etc.
Staying within season is important; summer pieces in winter just won't do. Only seasonally appropriate items will be accepted.
We accept up to 20 pieces maximum per consignment period. Each consigned piece remains on the sale floor for 60 days. At the end of this period, the seller receives:
• 40% of the sale price of items under $150
• 50% of the sale price of items valued from $150 - $499
• 60% of the sale price of items valued from $500 - $999
• 70% of the sale price of items valued from $1000 & up
All unsold items will be returned to the consigner, and must be picked up within 14 days of the consignment end date. Consigners who wish to donate the remaining pieces to our annual charity yard sale are more then welcome!
Find a copy of our consignor contract here.
If there are further question regarding how it works at Room 152, do not hesitate to ask!