How Does Consignment Work

Everyone loves the opportunity to dress in name brands and the latest styles,
however not everyone wants to pay the high prices on designer clothing.

Kids outgrow their clothes so fast requiring parents to replace their wardrobe every
few months, consignment offers an affordable option.

Simply Kind Consignment offers customers a place to buy gently used clothing for the
entire family at a fraction of the retail cost.

The benefit of consignment is you can use the money earned on your sold items
to help pay for clothing purchased in store!

Everyone loves a great bargain, come check us out you won't be disapponted!
No appointment necessary, we accept items Tuesdays, Wednesdays & Thursdays from 10am to 5pm. We accept 25 items per week, per consignor. Items must be clean, free of pet hair/smell, smoke free & on hangers (required for sizes 2t and up). Baby clothing may be neatly laid out in a box/container. Clothing in trash bags will not be accepted.

We accept current season items and current fashions only.

Chose your consign option: 50/50 Split for Store Credit or 60/40 Split cash*

We sort and tag all merchandise. Hundreds of shoppers will see your items, you don't have to do anything! We sell your merchandise and you get paid!
Use your store credit to purchase new clothes for your family anytime. As an added bonus, all current consignors receive a 10% discount everyday!

*Account cash outs are available between the 15th & 20th of each month. 60% store/40% consignee
Depending on volume, we aim to get your items on the sales floor within one week (peak times may cause a delay). Items are consigned for a 90 day period, we reserve the right to run sales and offer discounts during the consignment period.
Consignor will receive notice when items have completed the consignment period and you will have 5 business days to pick up your items. Items left past the 5 day period will automatically be donated. Due to a lack of storage area this policy is strictly enforced.

See Consignor Agreement for complete details. In the event of a discrepancy, the signed agreement is the record of fact.