Online Consignment Shopping Catapults to a New Level as Consignment Chic, LLC Expands

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Online consignment shopping has skyrocketed as more consumers are discovering the thrill of consignment shopping, especially at consignment shops and resale shops that sell online through Consignment Chic, LLC (“Consignment Chic”). Consignment Chic’s online store is committed to selling authentic, designer merchandise from resale and consignment shops across the country at 50%-80% off of retail prices.

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There is safety in buying merchandise from shop owners because they stand behind their merchandise and are committed to carefully examining each item for wear and authenticity.

Online consignment shopping continues to expand as the number of consignment and resale stores selling online through ConsignmentChic.com grows. Consignment Chic’s online consignment store is filled with high-end designer items, such as Chanel, Hermes, Louis Vuitton, Gucci, Coach, Prada, Dolce & Gabbana, as well as better boutique brands from each of the participating partner consignment shops. Merchandise is priced at 50%-80% off retail and authenticity is guaranteed.

Tracy True Dismukes, owner of Consignment Chic, said, “We strive for customers all over the country to shop for designer merchandise with confidence from the stores that sell through ConsignmentChic.com. There is safety in buying merchandise from shop owners because they stand behind their merchandise and are committed to carefully examining each item for wear and authenticity.” Dismukes went on to say, “Many customers think they are buying ‘designer’ merchandise through other online avenues and then are shocked when the package arrives and they’ve purchased a knock-off!”

Consignment Chic has also been successful at introducing regular retail shoppers to the thrill of getting serious deals on high-end, designer consignment merchandise. One goal of the partnering consignment and resale shop owners in Consignment Chic is to convert traditional retail customers to consistent resale shoppers both online and in their brick and mortar stores. The online store is also frequented by those who love consignment and resale shopping but are looking for a wider variety of items than they are able to find in their local consignment shops.

Kelly Reynolds, a Consignment Chic customer, explained, “I love shopping for designer handbags, but the consignment shops in my area do not always have what I am looking for. Consignment Chic let’s me shop at many reputable shops throughout the country while enjoying the security of buying from an actual store. And I love the low prices!”

Consignment Chic is thrilled to announce that the following stores are now selling online through ConsignmentChic.com:
Alabama - Better Than Before - Cullman, Collage Designer Consignment - Homewood, Collage Designer Consignment - Vestavia Hills, Collage Plus Sizes - Vestavia Hills, Silver Lining Boutique - Hoover
Idaho - The Recycled Room - Boise
Maryland - Babies in Bloom - Centreville, Blooming Deals - Centreville
Ohio - Encore Resale Fashions - Canton
Oklahoma - Déjà Vu Designer Consignment - Tulsa
South Carolina - Labels on Augusta - Greenville
Texas - Closet Revival - Plano

A complete listing of Consignment Chic’s partner stores can be found on the store finder on the ConsignmentChic.com.

Tracy True Dismukes is the owner of a chain of three consignment shops called Collage Designer Consignment in Birmingham, AL. Dismukes has a finance degree from Auburn and MBA from Samford and is the Past President of NARTS, the National Association of Resale and Thrift Shops. Dismukes is also the Host of Consignment Chic TV and ConsignmentChic.com.

ConsignmentChic.com is a consumer-focused national website with video clips, blogs, a store finder, an online store and information to educate and energize consumers about consignment shopping. Consignment Chic is a member of NARTS, the National Association of Resale and Thrift Stores and ECMTA, and the E-Commerce Merchants Trade Association.

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