Consigning your clothes is a crucial part of building a cohesive wardrobe. There are many options available from online to consignment to cash-on-the-spot. Here are my online and local recommendations:
Selling / consigning clothing online has become much more popular in the past few years. EBay has always been an option, but now there are several companies who specifically consign clothing online and make it easier for you.
At a consignment store, you’ll drop off your pieces to be reviewed and share some information about how they can pay you when your items sell. You only make money if your items sell and will be asked to pick up your items if they don’t sell (they can usually donate for you).
Greene Street has several locations throughout New Jersey and Pennsylvania.
Privately owned consignment shop located in Media, PA.
The Junior League Thrift Shop is located in Wayne, PA.
Career Wardrobe helps benefit women in need. You can either consign or donate to their locations in Philadelphia, Bristol and Landsdowne.
Cash-on-the-spot means that someone will review your items and offer you cash for them. You leave with the cash and your unwanted items.
Clothes Mentor has several locations in Pennsylvania.