Consignment Schedule

January
Continue to accept winter clothing and snowgear..
February
Spring consignments will be accepted
(Customers come to Twice Is Nice to shop for their warm vacations and also look for bathing suits for swimming lessons)
Spring consignments are capri's, pants, jeans, tops, shorts, bathing suits, shoes, cleats, raincoats, rainboots, and light-weighted sweaters, cardigans, & jackets/coatLastly, First Communion dresses will be accepted as well
March
Continue Spring clothing
Strollers, bikes, backpacks, and outside toys & gear will be accepted

April, May and June

The only difference between Spring and Summer is that tank tops, sunsuits, wetsuits, and sundresses are accepted and jeans, sweatshirts, & jackets are not taken in.

July
Begin to accept Fall clothing  July 13th. Fall clothing is similiar to Spring but in the "fall" colors (olive, brown, orange, tan, navy, etc...). Hold off on cordoroy, velour, and heavy fleece materials.  They will sell better in September.
August and September
Continue to accept Fall clothing. Heavier clothing will be taken in September as well as Halloween costumes.
October, November, and December
Begin to accept Winter clothing and gear (Winter jackets, snowsuit/bibs/snowpants, snowboots, ice skates, etc...)
Holiday attire and dresses are accepted. Customers usually want early holiday clothing for holiday cards & pictures.  Also, beautiful dresses/attire are boughtquickly due to the fact it's not a guarantee that the clothing will be at the store when coming back. Toys are highly encouraged to consigned during this time.


**Cribs, bassinets, gates, baby monitors, pack n plays, baby accessories, & toys

are taken throughout the year**   Please call before bringing them in for information.

 

**Unfortunately, we have found that crib sets, breast bumps, diaper bags, picture frames, baby albums, baby food processors, bath tubs and bathing toys, parenting books, and safety locks do not sell well. We may occasionally take in a new item and try to sell it, but for the most part, customers do not like to buy these items used or get them at their baby showers.