Kid's Sweet Repeats
PREMIER MULTI AWARD WINNING CHILDREN'S Consignment shop
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Welcome to Kids Sweet Repeats, a multi award winning children's consignment shop located in Newtown Square, Delaware County Pa.
We are located off St. Alban's circle in downtown Newtown Square, PA. We are a children's consignment boutique specializing in gently worn brand name and designer clothing, shoes and accessories. You will also find everything for baby (swings, changing tables, car seats) along with toys and maternity clothing from brands such as A Pea in the Pod, Motherhood and The Gap. We carry new activity pads, crafts and learning mats from Melissa and Doug.
Consigning with us is easy! We do not require an appointment to drop off and we do not charge you any fees. We generally accept 20-50 items from brands such as Janie and Jack, Ralph Lauren, Lilly Pulitzer, Mini Boden, Crewcuts, Matilda Jane, Vineyard Vines, Tea Collection, Hanna Andersson, Ivivva, Under Armour, etc. We do not accept items from Old Navy, The Childrens Place, Carters, Target, or other discount stores unless brand new with tags. All items brought to us for consignment should be "Sales Floor Ready" and in new or like-new condition. For more information, please go to the "Consignors" section of our website.
WE ARE CURRENTLY ACCEPTING FALL CONSIGNMENT! We are still taking outside toys such as bikes, trikes, water tables, etc. Please follow our Facebook or Instagram page for updates!
Our consignment period is 60 days. We proudly offer our consignors a 50% split of the sold price for the first 45 days -- the highest pay out in all of Delaware County & surrounding areas! We utilize MyResaleWeb.com which allows our consignors to track their sales and shop with earned credit at anytime. If you prefer to wait, we will pay you at the end of your 60 days and you can collect any unsold items.
3551-B Rhoads Avenue
Newtown Square, PA 19073
Sunday & Monday: Closed
Wednesday to Friday: 10 - 6
Saturday: 10 - 4
SUMMER HOURS: Closed on Tuesdays until after Labor Day