Consignment Process

We welcome and appreciate your clean, pressed, good condition consignment items at any time throughout the school year for resale.

Step One: Prepare your Academic Uniform and Physical Education Uniform Pieces

Tweeds accepts all academic uniform and physical education uniform items for consignment, with the exception of hosiery, modesty shorts and technical fabric Spartan Athletics clothing (for hygiene purposes). Please use the STS Uniform Guide as your guide to accepted items. 

Clothing must be in exceptional, high-quality condition. They must be laundered, pressed and hung up on hangers. Think 'ready to wear'! Please do not send in clothing for consignment which is dirty, stained, torn, wrinkled, or covered in pet hair. If you wouldn't buy it, do not consign it. 

Step Two: Attach a Consignment Agreement Form

Review, print (double sided) and complete the Tweeds and More Consignment Parent Agreement. Participation in the consignment service is considered acceptance of these terms and conditions. The completed form must accompany your consignment items. If you choose to donate your clothing, please attach a note indicating your intention, along with a Consignment Parent Agreement form. If you donate your items, 100% of the proceeds are returned to the school. 

Step Three: Drop Off Your Consignment

During the school year, deliver your consignment items to Tweeds and More during store hours. Outside of store hours and during the summer break, items may be dropped off at the front reception desk. Please note that the majority of consigned items sell in May during New Student Shadow Days, the two days before school starts at our Back to School event and the first two weeks of the new school year.

Step Four: We Process Your Items

Tweeds volunteers sort and price your clothing according to its condition. Clothing that is deemed unsellable in its current condition, whether it is because it is dirty, in a state of disrepair or no longer official uniform will be donated to charity or processed for fabric recycling. In the event a piece of clothing is desperately needed by Tweeds but it requires cleaning and/or pressing, a charge will be deducted from the consignor portion of the revenue.

Step Five: Sale of Your Items

When your consignment items sell, 50% of the proceeds (less any cleaning charges) go to your family's Tweeds account to be used by your family for future purchases, with the other half of the sale proceeds going to POSTS and STS. Please see the Consignment Agreement for more details.