Everything you need to know about consignment with Dearly Loved Bridal!
Interested in selling your bridal, formalwear and accessories with us?
We'd love to help you get your items sold, and money in your pocket- it's kind of our thing.
Here's how it works:
You would bring in (or mail in) items to be sold in our shop, and you would get paid when those items sell. We do not buy outright. Our split is 45/45 with the remaining 10% of each sale supporting survivors of domestic violence. Our initial contract is 6 months, with possible renewal options from there.
So why should I consign with Dearly Loved?
Not only are we exposing your items to REAL buyers, but we take all of the work out of selling for you. No more missed Facebook marketplace meet ups, or paid listings on re-seller sites.
But for us, it's more than that- it's women helping women. Not only does our consignment process put money in your pocket, but your items help build a curated space where women are able to feel their absolute best without breaking the bank. It allows memories to made, not financial sacrifices. And most importantly, the proceeds from your items sale allow for healing to happen in broken love stories across our community and beyond.
I'm in! So now what?
At this time, we are taking consignment by appointment only to ensure your items would be a good fit for our shop ahead of time. Please review our criteria below, and schedule your appointment! When you schedule your appointment, it will ask you some questions about your items, we will reach out to you with a quote, or rejection within 48 hours. There IS a place to select mail in as an option, if you are not local.
Items we currently taking on consignment:
- Bridal Gowns (must be 5 years and newer)
- Homecoming/Formal Gowns (July-October only)
- Prom (February-May only)
Items we are currently taking by donation:
- Mother Of
- Flower Girl
- Other Accessories
All items must be free from any stains or smells, and must be in good, selling condition. All items must be 5 years or newer. We DO NOT accept items in preservation boxes- you must unbox at home before bringing in the item.
Updated: November 2020