Sort

Take a deep breath! Sorting is not as hard as it may sound. You may hear 'sort' tossed around the sale by veterans like it is a dirty word, but on this scale, it's a piece of cake! It also is going to make entering your items a whole lot easier. 

Now that everything is fresh and clean and you have a good idea of what you will be consigning, sort it.

I know, I know... but how?! That's up to you! My system? Keep on scrolling.

Sort by Gender

Sort by Size

3m

2

4

2

5

12m

Make Sets

Sets need to be the same size and same brand. Someone probably will not buy one body suit for $2.00, but they may buy a body suit and pants for $2.50! Sets help you sell more and are more convenient for our shoppers. Think about how you shop; would you rather buy a little outfit or single pieces? It can be a little from column A and a little from column B, but for infant sizes (Newborn - 24m) sets sell better.

Ta-da! Now you should have several groups of clothes ready to go. The next step you take will be preference. For me, I prefer to prep, sort, hang, enter then tag. Hanging items is what takes me the longest. I find that once I have my piles or baskets, I prefer to hang by size, enter that size, set it aside and repeat. That is just what works for me. You will have to give it a go to see what works best for your flow-jo.

Obviously the above focuses on clothes, but you can use the same guidelines for toys, books, shoes, etc. Sorting your items in to smaller groups makes the process a little less daunting and you are less likely to get overwhelmed, especially if it is your first time. 

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