How does it work?

1. Go through your closets and dressers and decide what you no longer need and what you'd like to sell. Call or email us for an appointment and we'll have a look at what you've got.

2. Once we look through your items and establish that they meet our high standards, Twice As Nice will set a selling price for your clothing and accessories.

3. When any of your items are sold, our fully computerized tracking system will credit your account with 40% of the selling price!

4. Pay-outs are made ONCE A MONTH at the end of each month. Credit can be left on your account for you to spend in the store or you can donate your consignment to a charity. At the end of the season, all unsold/unclaimed items are cleared to charity at our discretion. Check back with us and see how much you've earned on things you never wear anyway! It pays to recycle!


Save your "found money" consignment earnings for vacations, spa days or just for a rainy day! Perhaps promise your children the consignment earnings if they clean out their closets and consign the clothes they no longer wear.

Feel good about your eco-savvyness!

Would you like to support a charity?

Twice As Nice Consignment Shop has accounts set up for a few charities. You can "donate" some of your merchandise to be put on our charitable accounts and the proceeds go to that charity. You can of course set up accounts for your own charity if you wish!

The charities that we have accounts set up for are:

The Stephen Lewis Foundation
The Stephen Lewis Foundation helps to ease the pain of HIV/AIDS in Africa at the grassroots level. It provides care to women who are ill and struggling to survive; assists orphans and other AIDS affected children; supports heroic grandmothers who almost single-handedly care for their orphan grandchildren; and supports associations of people living with HIV/AIDS.

Northumberland Humane Society
The Northumberland Humane Society is a charitable community resource dedicated to protecting and providing temporary shelter and comfort to all animals in need and promoting adoption and re-homing for abandoned and unwanted companion animals. They promote humane treatment of all living things and work within the law to respond to and investigate all complaints of cruelty and neglect.

[back to top]