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Consignment Store Names
Posted by Anonymous on
12/14/2004 at 12:02 PM ET
I live in New England and I want to open a consignment shop with children/Jr. clothing with hope to expand to Men and Woman as well. I need to finalize on a name to get the ball rolling. I'm hoping to target High School/College kids for their clothing on consignment.
I don't want it to sound too kiddish though in fear turning off the older kids.
Store Name ideas...
Twice around the block
As good as New
2nd Time Around
Any feed back would be greatly appreciated.
12/14/2004 at 1:21 PM
2nd time around.
Wear it Again Sam, have been used.
Hand Me Downs
Hand Me Down, Jrs.
Hand Me Down Apparel
12/14/2004 at 1:36 PM
I really like Randall's
Other simple name ideas:
The Closet Club
(or Club Closet)
These are meant to be memorable and a bit edgy for your youth market. Use the tagline to state the consignment or "previously loved" status of your merchandise.
12/14/2004 at 3:58 PM
Many clever suggestions above, I’ll add --
Red Barn Recycler
Déjà vu, all over again
Return to Me
Hope these helps,
12/15/2004 at 6:04 AM
This is the process so you can try this yourself:
Also try this which is also useful:
More for Less
Cost Cutter Clothes
Second time around
9/13/2010 at 2:16 PM
i'm thinking of opening a baby consignment store in california any suggestions for names???
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