Consignor How To's
We sort through your products, and select pieces that are sellable (Dry Cleaned and Laundered). Sorting and pricing happens on the spot. Refer to our "brands" page to see what we carry. Consignment is by appointment Monday to Friday and drop-in on Saturday.
You will typically receive 40% on items such as clothes, shoes and accessories. For Luxury Handbags, you will receive 50-70% under the discretion of our curator.
Items will stay on our selling floor for 60 days, after that they will either be given back to you or donated (whichever you choose).
Consignors are given a 90 day grace period from their contract end-date for consignor pick-ups. After this period items will be donated at our discretion.
We offer in-store direct buyout for Chanel and Hermès bags.
Consignment Account Inquiries
Account updates and cheques are provided upon request. Blogger Armoire does not contact consignors when items have sold. It is the responsibility of the consignor to keep up to date with their contract and term end-date.
Contact us at info@bloggerarmoire or call Blogger Armoire at 780 752 9552
Consignor Items/Cheque Pick-Ups are scheduled for Fridays.
Please contact us to be placed on the next available Friday for pick-up.
Consigning from Out-of-City?
At Blogger Armoire, we welcome consignors to ship their product to us if that is the best option for you. Consider shipping rates, as we are not responsible for payment of shipments received.
Blogger Armoire DIRECT TRADE-IN Option!
We want to make it fast and simple for you to get that designer must-have piece that you have been lusting for in our store. With our Direct Trade-In Option, you have the opportunity to trade pieces from your wardrobe for immediate value towards anything in the store! The process is simple:
Book an appointment to have your pieces evaluated
Our curator will present to you with an evaluation of your pieces’ trade-in value
Apply that value to the item(s) you wish to purchase!
*Please note: Under our curator’s discretion, items can be refused for trade-in value based on the condition, style, and/or sellable nature of the items in question.