How It Works

The three “C’s” of Miss Meyer’s Clothing Consignment: Gently-used items need to be: Current, Clean and Cute!

 

What items do we accept?

We accept adult women clothing in sizes x-small- plus-sized. All clothing most importantly, must have been purchased in the past 2 years. After that, clothing and accessories should be in like-new condition and department store quality. Our customers are looking for items that are dressy-casual. We accept barely worn shoes, handbags, jewelry, leather purses and belts.

Labels and department store quality brands we are looking for (include BUT are NOT limited to)

Ann Taylor, BCBG, Calvin Klein, Gap, Banana Republic, Athleta, J Crew, Kenneth Cole, Lane Bryant, Free People, Citizens for Humanity, Talbots, Chico, Kate Spade, North Face, Patagonia, Eileen Fisher, Coach, Betsy Johnson, Joes Jeans, Big Star, etc.

How to bring items in to be consigned

We accept walk-ins of 10 items TOTAL or less (regardless if you are bringing in clothing, jewelry, shoes, and purses.) If you have more than 10 items, you must call to make an appointment. A maximum of 30 items TOTAL (including clothing, jewelry, shoes, and purses) per appointment will be evaluated. For a first time consignor, we will look through your items and if we decide to take anything we will set you up with an account. You must stay in the store as we are looking at your items so we encourage you to shop around.

clothing consignment schedule

Transitional Spring January 1st - 31st
Spring February 1st - March 31st
Summer April 1st - Mother's day
Transitional Fall July 1st.-31st
Fall August 1st - October 1st
Winter September 1st - December 31st

Once Miss Meyer’s accepts the items what happens?

We will price your items and you will receive 40% of the selling price. Items will be marked down 25% after 30 days, 50% at 60 days and 75% at 90 days. We reserve the right to run periodic sales to generate business. If any items remain after 90 days, a final clearance will be held or items will be donated to many charities in our community.