HOW TO CONSIGN:
PLEASE READ ALL OF OUR TERMS BEFORE FILLING OUT THE FORM TO CONSIGN!
Please email us at email@example.com if you have any questions. Thank you!
ONCE YOU HAVE READ OVER OUR POLICIES AND FILLED OUT THE FORM:
After reading over these policies & filling out the form below, consignors can drop off up to 25 items during regular business hours. Please make sure they are free of flaws (animal hair, tears, broken zippers/buttons, stains, deodorant, etc) and use a bag or a box, no hangers.
We are open 10-6 Monday through Saturday and 12-4 Sunday.
Once we've sorted your items, we'll send you an email to let you know what we are accepting. Note: it may take up to a month before your drop off will be sorted. Consignment volumes are higher than average right now, we appreciate your patience.
When you drop off, we'll ask if you'd like to donate your items that are not selected for consignment. If you don't want to donate them, you'll have 14 days (2 weeks) from the date of your email to pick up any "no thank you's". Items that are not picked up after 14 days will be added to our donations and cannot be retrieved later on.
We are currently accepting EARLY FALL items for women and men.
For women's clothing, we're looking for:
-jeans, especially (but not limited to) high waisted, non-skinny, and vintage
-casual and workwear dresses (formal & prom are ok, as well as casual and business styles)
-shorts, skirts (casual and dressy/workwear)
-anything you'd wear to a wedding/event
-light sweaters and cashmere
-lightweight tops and blouses (short and long sleeve)
-shoes (including but not limited to cowboy boots, Frye boots, vintage loafers, mules/slides)
-jewelry (sterling silver or gold)
-authentic designer handbags/wallets/accessories (brands like Frye, Coach, Kate Spade, Gucci, Prada, YSL, Valentino, Louis Vuitton, Chanel)
-vintage clothing, jewelry, and handbags. (items that are 20 years or older would be considered vintage)
For men's clothing, we're looking for mostly casual wear:
-athletic wear from brands like Adidas
-sneakers/shoes in like new condition
-vintage casual wear.
We are not accepting wedding gowns or men's suits at this time.
Your items will be on the sales floor for 60 days, then they'll go on sale. Once your items hit the 60 day mark, you have another 30 days to pick up items that haven't sold. Items that are still here after 90 days will be donated to charity.
Consignors may bring in one drop off per 60 days. If you already have clothing with us for sale, you'll need to wait until your current contract is up to bring in more. This helps us keep it fair for everyone!
Consignors will receive 40% for each item sold.
Pricing is set by LDR.
We will not notify you of each individual sale.
We automatically pay any accounts over $100 every month. Consignors with less than $100 in their account may request a payout which will be sent the month after their items expire. You are always welcome to use your sales as store credit and the credit will never expire.
Once you've submitted your form, you're welcome to drop your items off any time on your selected date! Same day drop offs are permitted.
Please read the policies above before filling out your form!
You'll receive a confirmation email, so check your junk/spam folders!
See you soon!
A LITTLE FINE PRINT...
a couple of things to note:
LDR is not responsible for items found after initial assessment to be flawed or defective. Any defective items will be donated or discarded without notice to consignor. If LDR deems a handbag or other luxury item to be counterfeit, LDR reserves the right to ban said consignor for any period of time, or indefinitely. LDR is not responsible for items that are stolen or damaged. LDR does not notify consignors of prices of items, individual sales, and will not contact consignors at the end of their consignment period. Please set a reminder in your phone if you would like to keep track of your timeline. LDR cannot retrieve donated items.
WHO WE DONATE TO
Turning Points Network
LDR donates unsold merchandise to the Turning Points Network.
Turning Points Network is a private, non-profit agency offering crisis and support services to female and male survivors of domestic violence, sexual violence and stalking. All direct services are free and confidential. TPN works with survivors, their friends and loved ones, service providers and concerned community members.
Turning Points Network’s mission is to enhance the safety and well-being of victims and survivors of domestic and sexual abuse and stalking through empowerment and advocacy; to create a community responsive to all victims and survivors through education, outreach and accountability; and to empower the community to establish a safer culture.
TPN operates a thrift boutique in Claremont, NH and all proceeds go toward funding their services.
More information on their services and programs can be found HERE