Consignment – How Does It Work

Whilst only a small portion of our store is pre-loved, the demand has been incredibly high when it comes to the selling of quality pieces via our boutique. Many women find it difficult to sell their garments online from home, hence the consignment arrangement within our boutique is an attractive option for moving on those special pieces that you can no longer wear, but someone else could love!

Whilst we don’t buy pre-loved pieces outright, we may offer consignment opportunities for garments that we think are suited to our store and clientele – all dependent on current stock levels and demand. The way consignment works, is if the item sells we offer 50% (of the sell price) to you in a store credit voucher, which you would have 12 months to use at your discretion. If you prefer cash payment the amount is less than this, it can range between 30% and 40% and is based on demand and the price fetched for your garment/s.

Please note we are currently only accepting formal/evening wear for consignment and it is best to contact us first before bringing in your items to sell.

For your items to be considered for consignment, they MUST come to us presentable and in sellable condition with no stains, marks or wear and tear. We can only consider clothing that is on-trend and in like-new condition, also relevant to the current season (ie. Summer/Winter stock). Any pieces that require considerable ironing/steaming will not be considered so please make sure your garments are presented on a hanger or neatly folded.

Once the items have sold, if you choose the cash option then payment can either be made to you via cash in store, or via EFT to your bank account. You also have the option of storing up your credit and deciding later which option you would prefer. With so many gorgeous new arrivals in store, you may find your preference is to use store credit towards something new, giving you more value for your items that have sold.

For more information on consignment, click here to contact us and ask a question.