Guides for children's sizes 2T and up. Only clean, in-season properly marked items are accepted Wash and hang or stack flat all clothing or fluff in dryer. As you prepare your items, sort by gender and size and item type. Each cell below roughly corresponds to a table/rack, so you can bundle accordingly. FLAT Pajamas, gowns (fold horizontaly, The more you sort at home, the quicker you checkin will be. In-season = can it be worn in a blizzard. heavier-weight ONLY HANGERS Dresses - attach accessories and mark tag like retail does. flip legs up, arms in, then ½ Sleepers – fold in half, the long way – opposite of pj’s. accordingly. Jeans, pants (fold lengthwise, tag left beltloop on top, showing) Outfits - add socks, headbands, etc...do a little Skirts (don’t fold at all, tag upper left) athletic shorts/pants, jerseys Shirts and tops- button and t-shirts Jackets and coats– only heavy/winter weight. Snow pants with jacket, on only khaki/uniform shorts or athletic shorts. NO summer things. Fall, winter sweaters. (fold sleeves to the back, then just in half under the armpits. If possible, hang them as part of an outfit. Will sell better) Dancewear, slips, camis, NEW underwear, hats, belts, etc. (will BAG Socks 3-6/bag creative display work and you will get a better price. hanger alone if no matching jacket. Sweatshirts, Matching sweat tops/bottoms (sets) Fleece jackets/vests Bunches of hair ties Robes Try to bag as little as possible. sells better, and stays on table easier. go in a baskets of like items) Winter hats and gloves – attach to matching coat, or bring flat and we’ll clip on coat rack, or put in basket. Swimwear, only if like new. (Use 1 pin to attach tag, and catch top & bottom. Upper left.) Costumes – attach everything onto ONE hanger. Plastic bags may help keep pieces together. Merchandising will pay off. We will have a bulletin board that single accessories (masks, hats, etc.) can be attached via a T-pin. All items not meeting guidelines will be returned to the consignee at check in, including items not tagged properly and items that are stained, dirty, smelling of smoke or storage and those that are out of date, off-season or in poor condition. Most items can be sold for roughly 20-25% of their retail price. Boutique, higher end brand name items and items that are new with tags can go for 30% of the retail price. It’s not about the Name on the label. Quality, clean standard brands often sell better because they are affordable. Ask yourself, "What would I pay for this item in my child's current size, given the cost of a new one and the condition of this one?" Some examples of Standard and High end labels are: Standard - Faded Glory, Carters, Circo, Healthtex, Sonoma, Simply Basic, Kid Connection, Lee, Levi, Old Navy High end - Gymboree, Janie & Jack, Baby Gap, Koala Kids, Limited Too, Baby Lulu, Talbots Kids, Tommy Hilfiger, Calvin Klein We will NOT sell maternity clothing. Experience showed us very little was purchased. Sorry! Pricing guide…children’s clothing, 2T and up See separate pages for NB – 24m, and “teen” items. This is what items have sold for in the past few sales...You may go higher, if you feel necessary, but most sellers stay in these guidelines, ensuring items selling for about the same price. EVERYTHING PRICED IN EVEN $$$ ONLY. $1, $2, $3... SEE TAGGING PAGE FOR SPECIFICS ABOUT INFORMATION NEEDED ON THE TAG ITSELF. Item Suggested price Comments Sleepwear - Top quality only…this means no Pj's $1 - $2, robes $1 - $3 Use 1 pin, upper left, to hold pieces together. Fold horizontaly like retail stores do. Footie PJ’s $1 - $2 FOLD THE LONG WAY. Sweatshirts, jackets $2-$5 Quality sets often pills, not faded, even for $1, please. Footie sleepers are $1 or $2…no more! Winter coats $5-$15 On nylon garments, put tag on zipper pull or through top button hole. Don’t ruin waterproofing. Dresses $3-$8 Pin accessories (may need to bag). Outfits Pants & top = $2-$4 Other outfits = $3+ 3 pc sets = $4+ See tagging page – details on tags important. Most outfits do not need multiple tags; some do. If 2 hangers, tape them together at the top. higher Individual pieces - in season only Jeans/pants $2-$6 Shorts $1-$2 Skirts $1 - $3 T-shirts/shirts/blouse $1-$4 Mark each individually, pinning tag to left shoulder or where left belt loop would be. Bottoms, fold ONCE lengthwise, tag UP. Lighter-weight fabrics for fall and winter Shoes, boots $1-$2 Attached together! Avoid bag/box if possible LIKE NEW. Please, clean up and bring your best. (you may be limited to number of pairs) Dancewear Reasonable Fasten shoes together Swimwear, $1 - $2…only if nearly new. Tag upper left – use 1 pin on upper left to hold bottom to top Socks $1-$2/bag tape tag on outside of bag New undies, tights, belts, hats, gloves, cami’s, ties, mittens Reasonable, generally $12 Don’t bag. Pin together, unless brand new; then leave in pkg.
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