“Your Re-Couture Fashion House”
Deja Vu Consignment
The preferred and suggested method is to schedule a Closet Cleanse Consultation to better evaluate your “best” items for “most” efficient sales.
- Email pictures to firstname.lastname@example.org. We will review your items- if the right fit- we will set an appointment.
- We view a maximum of 15 “Wish List” items. (Wish List items = Haute demand. Please email pictures for review, make sure to include the label and size.)
- We accept designer and vintage clothing and accessories. Quality and clean. Clothing must be brought in on hangers (sweater exception) and ready to be displayed.
- Display period 3-6 months. We reserve the right to remove or retain at any time. If you select a “pick-up” at the end of the contract term, YOU MUST CALL US FOR PICK-UP WITHIN THE TIMEFRAME.
- Price is set based on fair market RESALE value- a formula w/comps. Discounts and special sales are common – Deja Vu reserves the right to adjust the price at will unless otherwise agreed upon.
- The SPLIT is as follows: Deja Vu – 60% / Consignor – 40%. If you use Deja Vu credit the split is 50% / 50%.
- Please check the status of your account here.
+++ No limits/photos are required for Closet Cleanse Clients or donation clients, and we can provide a tax slip. Ask about the perks.
See what they’re saying
Read a past review from a Closet Cleanse Customer…
“Local mother/daughter duo reinvent themselves during the pandemic and emerge stronger. They have a passion for fashion and are helping people dress with style and elegance and also declutter their closets resulting in amazing benefits for the mind, body, and soul. Golnesa closed a brick-and-mortar high-end consignment boutique in Carmel and created a service business and wear-house where an amazing array of designer clothing is available for rent and purchase. It’s essentially a fashion house with her talented seamstress mother providing onsite tailoring and alterations so that divine and unique pieces can be altered if needed to fit as the designer intended.”