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Although Clothes Mentor I have never consigned or sold clothing before, my desire to be comfortable in my clothes and the fact that I gained weight over the past year led me to purchase some older clothing that didn’t fit properly. I decided to try consigning it. Only after the store sells it. But taking it to a place that will give. You cash upfront it is consigning which I consider it because these stores are consignment shops.

Clothes Mentor was the right place for me to consign, as it is close to other shops (Plato’s Closet and Seven Status) that I have seen. Caters to a younger audience and my clothing likely isn’t hip enough. I thought the clothing wanted for sale. Comparable to what they sold.

To test the system and see if it would work, I brought a small amount of clothing. After I realized that I wasn’t going in to many clothes in the near future, they paid me $2.50 per item. I then sold more clothing and received $3.00 per item.

#1 – They are serious about the two-years-old-or-newer rule.

They won’t accept anything older than two years old, even if it is still technically in fashion (according my finely-tuned senses of fashion!). Banana Republic had some really cute dresses that I owned, but they gave them up after two years.To test the system and see if it would work, I brought a small amount of clothing. After I realized that I wasn’t going in to many clothes in the near future, they paid me $2.50 per item. I then sold more clothing and received $3.00 per item.

It was easy to find out that the tag on clothing can be viewed to determine when it was made. On most clothing brands the date. Printed on the tag the second time I bought a few pairs. Pants and some tops for just $3.00 each. Although I am speculating, I believe they paid more for the tops and less for the pants, as some tops were t-shirts.You might get more per item if you bring in nice dresses, but I wouldn’t expect to get much more.

Another thing I want to mention is that you must drop off your clothes and then come back to pick them up. Then you have to decide if they are willing to give you the clothing they want to sell. My first attempt was a bit difficult. Because they were very busy dropping off. Hours later you must pick up. Items that they don’t want within 72 hours.

They said it would be ready in 15 minutes the second time. I decided to run another errand and not stay.Overall, Clothes Mentor selling/consigning was an amazing experience. It’s a great way for extra cash to be able to sell on the spot. It was a great experience and I would do it again.

Are you selling or consigning clothing?

Although I have not found off-brand clothing. They will accept clothing that is not from a brand. I wouldn’t consider buying anything that wasn’t a brand name, no matter how cute, because they won’t buy it.(By the by, they do have some leeway if you go off the tag date. In july for a fall collection of clothes. Would still be in stores for a while. So I would guess it’s likely 2.5 years after the tag tag date.

Since I knew they would reject some items I brought in, I was surprised that they did not accept them.

#2 – Clothing must be brought in without damage

Items with minor damage are not liked by them, even if it’s a pull string. These items can be easily cut and made to look as good as new. You should inspect your garments carefully and trim any loose threads. I think it’s a good idea to bring in clothes that are neatly folded and not too wrinkled.

#3 – They won’t take turtlenecks.

It was surprising, but they wouldn’t accept items with high necks (in my case it was a turtleneck). They said that they don’t sell well.

#4 – Expect to pay an average of $3 per item

They give you a receipt when they pay for the items. It shows the item they bought from you but doesn’t show how much. I received an average of $2.50 per item when I first sold items. They bought shoes, tops and a scarf the first time they purchased them.

The second time I bought a few pairs of pants and some tops for just $3.00 each. Although I am speculating, I believe they paid more for the tops and less for the pants, as some tops were t-shirts.

You might get more per item if you bring in nice dresses, but I wouldn’t expect to get much more.

Another thing I want to mention is that you must drop off your clothes and then come back to pick them up. Then you have to decide if they are willing to give you the clothing they want to sell. My first attempt was a bit difficult because they were very busy dropping off clothes and mys wasn’t completed until several hours later. You must pick up items that they don’t want within 72 hours.

They said it would be ready in 15 minutes the second time. I decided to run another errand and not stay.

Overall, Clothes Mentor selling/consigning was an amazing experience. It’s a great way for extra cash to be able to sell on the spot. It was a great experience and I would do it again.Another thing I want to mention is that you must drop off your clothes and then come back to pick them up. Then you have to decide

Are you selling or consigning clothing?

I’m not an expert. Share your tips on selling or consigning adult and children’s clothes!

They said it would be ready in 15 minutes the second time. I decided to run another errand and not stay.

Overall, Clothes Mentor selling/consigning was an amazing experience. It’s a great way for extra cash to be able to sell on the spot.your tips on selling

 

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