Rummage through Plato’s Closet for bargains
Diana Ede recently opened Plato’s Closet, which resells “gently used” items. “We look for style and condition,” Ede said.
The proof of a Plato’s hollister sale Closet was in the piles of clothing ta hollister sale king over the front counter last week, the garbage bags and boxes that still had to be sorted and the rainbow of jersey knit T shirts and denim in every shade of indigo already arranged on racks.
“And then sometimes you get a surprise like that,” she said as she pulled a brown Prada cross body purse from a plastic garbage b hollister sale ag and stacked it with a Southpole down coat and a jean skirt.
Plato’s, the resale clothing franchise for teens and young adults, opened its doors April 9, and for the first six to eight weeks, according to Plato’s company plan, the store can only buy apparel to build inventory, Ede said.
But judging from Anchorage’s quick response, we may be shopping the Midtown racks much sooner.
The general practice is that Plato’s sells items for about 30 percent of the retail price, and sellers are paid 30 percent to 40 percent of that price when they sell their clothes to Plato’s. The pri hollister sale ce Plato’s will pay for your clothes is non negotiable, but it will pay cash on the spot. Sellers also have the option of store credit.