How consignment works at Editor

We rely on consignors to help us fill our racks so we can continue to provide a rotating selection of curated, sustainable fashion. So how does consignment work? Here’s a little bit about what we look for, brands we love and how our process works.

What we look for


We look for women’s clothing, shoes, and accessories purchased new within the last 2-3 years and in new or like new condition. We are always on the look-out for small-batch clothing brands, locally-made items, and natural fabrics like linen, silk, organic cotton, hemp, cashmere, and wool.


We accept some on-trend vintage and handmade items, especially vintage dresses, tops, denim and leather bags.


We only accept items free of stains, pet hair, rips and tears, and other damage. Please launder, lint-roll, and empty pockets before you bring your items in. We steam clothing, so don’t worry about bringing your items in on hangers or ironing them before you come in. We prefer items folded and stored in bags or totes.

Brands we love

We fill our racks with products from retailers like Everlane, Not Perfect Linen, Reformation, Eileen Fisher, Nordstrom, Aritzia, Free People, Madewell, Anthropologie, First Rite, Ace & Jig, Elizabeth Suzann, Ali Golden, Ilana Kohn, Doen, Sezane, Emerson Fry, Rachel Comey, Jessie Kamm, Christy Dawn, Fog Linen Work. Isabel Marant Etoile, Ulla Johnson, and many, many more. 

We also carry clothing from J.Crew, Topshop, Zara, Loft, Urban Outfitters, and others, as long as they are in great condition and still trending.

Some of our favorite local brands are: Prairie Underground, Filson, Pendleton and others. We also love designer denim like Citizens of Humanity, Current Elliott, Imogen + Willie, Paige, Mother, Acne, Amo, 3×1, and others.

Our favorite active wear brands include Outdoor Voices, Girlfriend Collective, Beyond Yoga, Alo, Lululemon, The North Face, Patagonia, and others.

Please note: We do not accept furniture, household goods, or any other non-wearable items of any kind. We only accept wearable items including: shoes, belts, scarves, hats, purses, jewelry and clothing.

How to consign with Editor

Step 1: Make an appointment

Book a consignment appointment online by clicking the button below.

We accept items seasonally. This generally means: Fall: August-October; Winter: November-January; Spring: February-April; Summer: May-July.

Schedule Appointment

Step 2: Editor sorts, chooses and prices your items

We pick, price and display your items for 60 days. We typically price items between ¼ and ½ of the retail price, depending on condition and desirability.

Due to our small retail space, we have to be extremely selective and cannot take items that are worn, out of season, or outside our 2-3 year window.

Step 3: Check your inbox for an invoice

Editor will email you an invoice with a detailed list of everything we took, what we priced it at, and the expiration date.

We typically send invoices the same day you drop off items. On rare occasions, we will email your invoice the next day.

Step 4: Get paid!

Fine print

Items are sold on consignment only. We do not buy items outright or offer cash up front for items.

Consigned items are displayed for 60 days. If an item doesn’t sell and you want to pick it up, let us know any time before they expire. Unclaimed, expired items will be donated.

Items are subject to mark downs of no more than 50% if necessary to sell the item.

Consignors earn 40% in cash value or 50% in store credit of the sale price for every item sold.

There is a 1.5% credit card processing fee on the total sale of each item that is purchased using a credit card.

Editor is not responsible for items lost or damaged due to theft, fire, or flood.