Consignment is a smart, sustainable way to shop for clothing and goods. Consignment stores (or second-hand shops) have become more popular in recent years. It allows people to shop for quality clothes and other items at affordable prices. While some people donate their goods to a charity, a consignment store can help you sell your items with you earning a percentage of the profits gained. This means more money in your pocket and less waste ending up in landfills.
National Consignment Day raises awareness about sustainable living and shopping practices that reduce the number of goods going into landfills.
When Is National Consignment Day?
National Consignment Day is celebrated on the first Monday of October. This year we will celebrate on October 4th, 2021.
History Of National Consignment Day
National Consignment Day was founded by The RealReal, a luxury goods consignment store, in 2017 to bring awareness to sustainable shopping.