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How to Consign:


1. Spring    Clothing                                 Accepted                               January, February, March

    Summer Clothing                                 Accepted                               April, May, June, July

    Fall         Clothing                                 Accepted                               August, September

    Winter     Clothing                                 Accepted                              October, November, December


2. Freshly laundered, cleaned and pressed.  Those who smoke should pay close attention as smoke lingers

     to clothing, please double check under arm and neck areas.


3.  On hangers if it is an item that wrinkles otherwise neatly folded in a bag.


4.  Perfect or near perfect condition NO STAINS, SNAGS OR PULLS.


5.  Better brand or good quality name items purchased within the last 3 years unless considered a classic

     style.  No chain discount chain store brands (Wall Mart, Giant Tiger, Target, Ardenes, or Aeropostale).


6.  Women's sizes 0-Plus


7.  Men's fashions will be accepted at our discretion.


8. Jewellery at our discretion, please have separated in baggies and neatly organized. 


9.  Better brand name shoes, boots, handbags, belts and scarves and accessories at our 

    discretion.


Please try to avoid brining items in black garbage bags, the reason we do not like this, is because you tend to not pre-screen items and this creates much added work on our end. 


We do not accept......

formal/wedding or prom dresses,

mens or ladies 2pc suits, dress pants/elastic waist slacks,

large appliances or electronics, collectable china.



              I  WANT THAT BAG CONSIGNMENT BOUTIQUE RESERVES THE RIGHT TO WITH HOLD A 

                             20-ITEM LIMIT PER CONSIGNOR BASED ON INVENTORY IN STOCK.


PLEASE SEE CONSIGNMENT AGREEMENT ("DROP-AND-GO FORM") AND ("CONSIGNMENT AGREEMENT") FOR                                                    ADDITIONAL DETAILS ON HOW TO CONSIGN.