Worthy Girl

FAQ

Where can I park?

There are metered parking spots directly in front of the shop, as well as a 45-space metered lot right over on Washington Street (it’s very close, viewable from Worthy Girl’s windows). Both options are just 25¢ an hour until 5pm and free after that. Sundays are FREE.

What forms of payment do you accept?

We accept Cash, Debit Cards and Credit Cards (American Express, Discover, Master Card, and Visa). Sorry, but we do not accept personal checks or those tickets you win at Skee Ball. PayPal is accepted for online payments only.

What is your return policy?

In-Store Purchases
Items purchased in-store are final sale and cannot be returned or exchanged.

How often do you add new items?

Items are added to the floor daily. 

How do I consign?

Bring in up to 20 of your best seasonal items any day of the week & we’ll be happy to go through them and give back the items we are unable to accept.

What if he says he’ll call me, but hasn’t called in a week. Is he gonna call?

No. Sorry.

Will I be required to sign a contract?

Yes, all consignors will be required to sign a simple 1-page contract for any items that are left for consignment. There’s no crazy Christian Grey stuff in there, don’t worry.

What items do you accept on consignment?

Worthy Girl accepts (in season*) very gently used or new with tags women’s clothing, shoes, jewelry, handbags and accessories.

We cannot accept items with stains, holes, broken zippers, or pilling, nor items that appear to have committed a fashion faux pas. Please check over your items carefully before bringing them in for consignment, as any item found to be damaged after initial intake will be discounted or donated without further notice, as stated in our contract.

We do not accept wedding, prom, formal, semi-formal or Mother-of-the-Bride dresses, fugly stuff, bathing suits, undergarments, bathrobes, pajamas, suits, socks or real furs.

Shoes must be in “like-new” condition with no scuff marks or overly worn soles/heels.

Although items can be older than last season, please keep in mind current styles and trends when deciding what to bring in for consignment.

We believe style is style, so name brands are not a requirement, but here are some preferred brands which have a good track record at Worthy Girl: J Crew, Banana Republic, Ann Taylor, Loft, Gap, H&M, American Eagle, Aerie, Express, White House/ Black Market, Hollister, Old Navy, Forever 21, Zara, Anthropologie, Free People, Madewell, Target Brands, Theory, Ella Moss, BCBG, Nordstrom brands, French Connection, Kimchi Blue, Top Shop, Michael Kors, Marc Jacobs, Tory Burch, Kate Spade, Vineyard Vines, Coach, Dooney & Bourke

We have historically accepted fewer items from these brands: J Jill, Chico’s, Talbots, Brooks Brothers, Dress Barn, Levis, Cache, Coldwater Creek, LL Bean, Appleseeds, Liz Claiborne, Ann Klein, Eileen Fisher, Tommy Hilfiger, Sonoma, Croft & Barrow, Eddie Bauer.

We do not accept any knock-off designer items. If you have an authentic designer item that you’d like to consign, please bring along any original tags, protective bags and receipts if you have them available. You will be required to fill out an Authenticity Confirmation for any designer items left for consignment.

*New England weather can be crazy, but we typically take Spring items from February – May, Summer items from May – August, Fall items from August – October, and Winter items from October – February. Please call 978-969-2761 or email us at hello@worthygirlshop.com to find out what we are accepting at any given time.

Do the items need to be steamed/ironed and on hangers?

No, you do not need to iron or steam your items before you bring them in. Please bring your items neatly folded into bags/bins rather than on hangers, as it makes our check in process much easier.

Do I have a better chance of consigning items if I bring them in in shopping bags from stores with fancy names?

No, but it was a smart idea nonetheless.

How do you determine what is acceptable for sale?

All items will be reviewed before accepting on consignment. After ensuring they’re clean, dry, odorless, pet hair free, and in ready-to-wear condition, we’ll assess their overall appeal and sell-ability. Worthy Girl reserves the right to refuse any item.

How do you determine the price of an item?

Worthy Girl will determine pricing for items based on design, quality and retail value, and reserves the right to adjust the price of any merchandise. Items may be marked down at the discretion of Worthy Girl for sales, events, etc.

If some items don’t sell within my 60-day consignment period, can I get them back?

Yes, you have 7 days from the end of your 60-day consignment period to reclaim your items. Once the 7 days have passed, you are no longer eligible to reclaim any merchandise. If you elect to reclaim any of your unsold items, please give us a call at 978-969-2761 the end of your 60-day consignment period. Please refer to your inventory email you received for your expiration date.

How do I get paid?

Consignors may use their earnings as store credit* and will receive a 10% discount (on full-priced items) when they do so. Alternatively, they can wait until the end of the 60- day consignment period to pick up a check at the shop. Checks will not be issued automatically. It is up to the consignor to request a check by calling, emailing or requesting it in person. There will be a $2 processing and mailing fee deducted from your account if you request that the check be mailed.

Can I check my consignor account online?

Yes, you can see what has sold and how much money is your account by logging into our consignor login by

1. Clicking here and entering your EMAIL ADDRESS as both the USER NAME and PASSWORD
or
2. Going back to our home page and clicking on "Consignor Login" at the top of the page and entering your EMAIL ADDRESS as both the USER NAME and PASSWORD. 

How long is the consignment period & how much will I get paid when something sells?

The consignment period is 60 days. If a consigned item sells within 60 days, the consignor receives 40% of the selling price in the form of store credit or a check.