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May142012

The Go West Guide to Consignment Stores & Resale Shops

Looking to save money while staying stylish and doing some good for the planet, too? Well, you'll love the new Go West Guide to Consignment Stores and Resale Shops in Chicago's westerns suburbs. To add your resale shop (or a shop that you love), please write to biz@gowestyoungmom.com. Note that the "Featured Listings" belong to businesses that are sponsors of Go West Young Mom. The free basic listings continue below those featured listings. Happy Shopping! 

FEATURED LISTING:

Sweet Pea Children's Posh Consignment is located in Westmont.Name: Sweet Pea Children's Posh Consignment

Address: 41 N Cass Ave. in Westmont. 

Hours: Tuesday noon to 8 p.m., Wednesday through Saturday 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Closed Sundays and Mondays.

About Us: Sweet Pea Consignment sells gently-used, high-quality children's clothing and shoes from newborn to size 12. The store also sell toys, books, baby gear, decor items and more. In addition to consignment, there are new locally-made boutique items such as bows and necklaces as well as a spot in the back that has "Mommy Fiction" and non-fiction books, candles and handmade soaps. The shop is kid-friendly and has a small playroom in the back. It is owned by Traci Curtis, who lives in Clarendon Hills with her husband and two children. Traci has always enjoyed the thrill of the hunt for a great bargain, whether it is on the sale rack at Neiman’s or a local garage sale. She strives to change the stigma that resale shopping has traditionally carried with the boutique feel of her store. All of the items in the store are thoroughly quality controlled so the need to dig through racks with stained or imperfect items is a non issue. 

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