Consignment Policy

To be considered for consignment, items must be no more than two years old and in new or like new condition. Please bring clothing items into Double Exposure on hangers. First time consignors are asked to bring up to 20 of your best pieces. Consignments will be considered ONLY Monday-Saturday from 10:00-4:30 by appointment.

An item list will be emailed listing items accepted for consignment and items donated. A tax slip is available upon request. Double Exposure determines the price at which your items are sold. Double Exposure may take markdowns at its discretion and reserves the right to place items on sale prior to markdown dates. The consignor makes 50% of the sale price. There is a $6 service fee that will be deducted from the monthly check. You must be owed a minimum of $36 to generate a check. Checks will be mailed on the 30th of the month.

If you are a consignor that wants their unsold items back, you must pick them up TWO months from the date you dropped them off. You will not be reminded to pick up unsold items. After THREE months, consigned items that have not been picked up will become the property of Double Exposure. A note regarding fine jewelry: While we do not require any appraisal, a jeweler must provide an approximate retail value before fine jewelry can be accepted for consignment. This responsibility falls upon the consignor.

Double Exposure takes the utmost care for the safety of your items. If you have any items of great value, please consider including these items in your homeowners policy. The consignor agrees that Double Exposure will not be responsible for the loss or damage caused by fire, theft, or any other reason whatsoever; additionally, Double Exposure will not be liable for the reimbursement of said items. Consignor attests that they have legal title to and are in legal possession of all items that are being consigned. Furthermore, consignor attests to the authenticity of all consigned items, and has not knowingly requested the sale of counterfeit items. If we ever have even the slightest doubt over authenticity of an item, we ask the consignor to provide an original receipt, or the merchandise will be returned. That being said, if we do consign and sell any item that you state is authentic and it ends up not being so, you are responsible for returning the payment you have received, or we will proceed towards an investigation.