Read on to find out more about being a consignor!
By appointment, we accept 15 freshly laundered and pressed items between the hours of 10am-4pm.
All items must be free of scents. It is highly recommended that you air your clothing before bringing it in to consign.
We accept ladies clothing, jackets, shoes, handbags, scarves, and coats. Once your items have been accepted, they will not be returned to you. Items in need of repair, cleaning, or are too worn may be donated without notice.
Our contract lasts 45 days, from the day of display. After 45 days, merchandise may be subject to price reduction at the discretion of Dress for Les. Consignors will be paid on the 20th of the following season. 40% of the selling price will be paid to the consignor in merchandise, or 30% if a cheque is requested. The amount must be greater than $20 for a cheque to be issued. All credits can be applied to purchases in the store at any time.
WE ACCEPT GENTLY WORN, UP-TO-DATE CLOTHING & SHOES
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
WHAT ITEMS ARE WE ACCEPTING NOW ?
We accept ladies clothing, jackets, shoes, handbags, scarves, and coats that are in season.
WHO SETS THE PRICE OF MY CLOTHING ?
Dress for Les determines the best reasonable price, unless you specify prices for your articles. We do strive to get you the best price possible for your clothing.
MY CLOTHING IS CLEAN....I JUST TOOK IT OUT OF THE CLOSET !
Unfortunately clothing picks up many scents, even in your closet. Cooking odors, cigarette smoke, wood smoke, excessive perfume, laundry sheets can also stick heavily to your clothing.
It is recommended that you air your clothing before bringing it in.
If we have to do that for you, your consignment split drops to 30%.
DO I HAVE TO PUT MY CLOTHES ON HANGERS ?
HOW MANY ITEMS MAY I BRING ?
15 pieces per season (every four months) by appointment.
HOW LONG IS THE CONTRACT ?
Our contract lasts 45 days, from the day of display.
WHERE DO MY CLOTHES GET DONATED ?
After the 45 days we donate unsold clothing to the Campbell River or Parksville Salvation Army.
FOR YOUR INFORMATION
Clothing picks up odors in you closet. Cooking, dryer sheets, ciggarett smoke & excessive perfume can also cling heavilly to clothes. It is highly recommended that you air your freshly laundered items for a few days. If we have to do this, your consignment split drops to 30%.
Please understand that rejecting any articles that are brought to us is never easy, and is determined solely as a principle of our business practices.