Hey Smarties, are you expecting another child or just looking to get rid of your old maternity clothes? Here is the answer for you. Womb Maternity Consignment. Owner, Stephanie Clark, opened Womb in 2008. You all know that I love consignment stores, since it is a fabulous way to recycle clothing. Therefore, if you have no other girlfriends to lend your maternity clothes to then why not consign them? Heck, who doesn’t need some extra cash these days, right? On the other hand, if you are looking for maternity clothes then this is the place for you.
When I was pregnant with the boys, the expense of maternity clothes used to drive me crazy. At Womb, you will find high quality, stylish pieces at much more affordable prices. Some examples of the brands you will find are Pea in the Pod, Michael Stars, Sweet Pea, Seven for All Mankind, Citizen of Humanity, Kate Spade, Petunia Pickle, Olian, American Style, Mimi Maternity, Japanese Weekend, Lucky and many more! And YES, they also consign diaper bags. You know the ones you didn’t want to shell out all that money on? Well, here ya go. You can buy a gently used one at a fraction of the cost. You can use the money saved at Womb to purchase all those other baby items that add up to be a fortune! If you are consigning, you hope your stuff sells. Then you can use the additional money for the college savings fund or whatever else is needed at the moment by your family. How about a rare night out for mom and dad? Right now summer clothes are 20% off giving you an even better deal! Womb is now accepting only fall clothing for consignment and you need to call to make an appointment.
Womb is located on 739 Providence Road and is inside Beverly Sokol’s Consign by Design (another one of my favorite consignment stores). Phone number is 704-344-0797. Consignment business has definitely picked up with the state of the economy. You can feel good about saving a few bucks and also doing your part for the environment. Clothing is not exempt from our Recycle mantra. If consignment is not your thing, then don’t forget that the Assistance League will most graciously accept your donations. Please see last week’s post for more information.