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Wash DC: Selling Used clothes/Consignment

dadave

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Hey yall. I was wondering if a few of yall know of a place where I can just do a quick sale on some of my unwanted clothing around the Northern Virginia and Washington DC area... I heard of Mustard Seed but not really much good things about it. Is there any where else that will accept men's clothing?
 

sq4you

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what kind of clothes?
 

Bam!ChairDance

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I'll be your consignment store.

We could meet in parking garages at wee hours and exchange clothins (5)
 

dadave

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ehhh all sorts of casual stuff and maybe a few dress shirts... all my clothes are mainly S/M and 30s.

Just looking for a store i can sell some of these items to like Mustard Seed but I didn't feel like making a drive all the way up north.
 

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there are one or two spots in gtown, i forget the names but i'm sure you can google them
 

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