Brands we love: Aden & Anais, Burt's Bee Baby, Carters, Cat and Jack, Finn + Emma, Hanna Andersson, Janie and Jack, Kickee Pants, Mini Boden, Primary, RuffleButts, RuggedButts, Tea Collection, Zutano
Brands we will consider but may not take: Old Navy, (new with tags) Wonder Nation
Brands we don't take: Garanimals, Faded Glory, George, Online items with no brand
Items we want:
Items we don't take:
Items we want:
The following items should be clean and in like-new condition. Battery operated toys must have working batteries to be considered. Toys and gear should have all cords and parts.
Items we will consider but may not take:
Brands we love: Art Class, Athleta Girl, Carters, Cat & Jack, Children's Place, Crewcuts, Gap, Gymboree, Hanna Andersson, Jackalo, Janie & Jack, Matilda Jane, Oshkosh, Pact, Primary, Tea Collection, Ten Little, tentree
Brands we will consider but may not take: (new with tags) Wonder Nation, (new with tags) Old Navy, Jumping Beans, (new with tags) Athletic Works, (new with tags) George, tek gear
Brands we don't take: Garanimals, Faded Glory, No Boundaries
Shorts, sweatpants, leggings
Short & long sleeve tops
Sports shoes and equipment (football, baseball, softball, ballet, swimming, etc.)
Concert attire (black pants, white dress shirts, etc)
Jackets, snow pants/coats, rain pants/coats (outdoor attire)
Items we generally pass on:
Brands we love: aerie, American Eagle, Anthropologie, Athleta, Banana Republic, Birkenstock, Champion, Chicos, Columbia, Converse, Cotopaxi, Duluth Trading Co., Eddie Bauer, Everlane, Free People, Gap, Gudrun, Sjoden, J. Crew, Johnny Was, Lands End, LL Bean, Lululemon, Madewell, Marmot, Orvis, pact, Patagonia, prAna, Reebok, SmartWool, tentree, Toad and Co., The Loft, The North Face, Vans
Brands we don't take: Shein, Zara, other fast fashion brands, items bought online that have no brand label, discount brands
Brands we love: A Pea in the Pod, Motherhood, Latched Mama, Kindred Bravely, PinkBlush, Hatch, Beyond Yoga, ASOS, Seraphine, Ingrid + Isabel, Storq
Brands we don't take: Time and Tru, Secret Treasures
The Getup is a local, women run, sustainable boutique that buys and sells gently loved clothing, accessories & gear for kids and adults. We serve our community by offering to buy clothing and gear that people can’t bring themselves to give away and by selling a hand curated selection of quality items at a reasonable price. This fosters a circular economy model of keeping items out of the landfill and in a cycle of use. We strive to build connections and community through sustainability, affordability and genuine customer service.
These are our values:
Community – Without our customers, we wouldn’t be here. We strive to get to know you and make sure that we provide the things you need and love, because we all know the real draw of shopping second hand is the thrill of the hunt!!
Quality – All of the clothing and gear at The Getup is hand curated by our employees who know YOU! We know the brands and styles you love and we make sure we’re only taking the best of the best so you’ll have quality items at your fingertips when you come into shop.
Affordability – Clothing and gear at The Getup is priced, in general, at 40% of retail prices, but sometimes as low as 20% of retail.
Sustainability – At The Getup, we believe in the benefit of a circular economy. A true circular economy is not easy to achieve, but we are committed to contributing to the system. Our approach not only supports our local economy by paying our customers to shop and by providing quality, affordable clothing, it also impacts the environment by keeping clothes and gear out of the landfill and within a cycle of use.
We pay cash or store credit for everyday items like kid & adult clothes, shoes, accessories, and gear. We generally price items at 40% of retail and give you 20-50% back based on what price point we price the item to sell.
We consign items that are more expensive (like designer handbags, prom dresses, etc.). We will let you know what items will need to be consigned and negotiate a split for items. We generally do a 70/30 split with consignors. You will have a 90 day contract. After 90 days, if the item hasn’t sold, you can come pick your item up or choose to donate it.
Due to the high volume of drop offs, we are not accepting appointments at this time. Instead, we ask that you pare down to only your best items and bring in at or under the daily limit.
Our goal is to process items the day they come in. It also depends on the amount and number of buys we have that day, but we will communicate with you and give you an estimated time frame for when you should receive your offer. In general, it usually takes about 30 minutes - 1 hour to process & enter your items. But that can vary depending on the amount of drop offs and appointments on any given day. We appreciate your understanding and flexibility!
We love luxury/designer goods! We’ll get you a consignor contract to look over and sign. There is a $25 authentication charge if we need to authenticate your items. We will not take counterfeit items. We will negotiate a payout (generally 70/30), and you will be paid once the item sells. If your item(s) don’t sell within the 90 day time frame, you can take your items back or you can choose to donate them.
Once we process your items, you will receive a text and we will tell you the cash offer and the store credit offer. You will receive a third more for store credit.
You can pick up cash in the store, we can send a check, or Venmo or Paypal your money. If you choose store credit, it will go directly into your account and you can use it in store or online! Store credit money never expires.
Absolutely! When you go to purchase items online, enter your cell number associated with your account. We’ll tell you how much store credit you have and apply it to your purchase.
Your items could go to a variety of different places. We have several organizations that we’re involved with, including a Native American reservation in South Dakota that we donate seasonal items to quarterly with the help of fantastic volunteers in our community (Thanks to Anne Juergens, Nancy Nelson & friends!)
We also sometimes collaborate with Kaden’s Kloset, schools in our community that are in need of certain clothing items, or we donate to The Depot Outlet.
We ask that you come and collect your items as soon as possible. We can hold items for up to two weeks. After that 2 week period, the items will be donated.
One of our core values is providing quality items to our community, we can’t in good conscience buy items that could potentially be hazardous to the health of our customers. Because of the various health, safety and labor conditions involved with fast fashion brands, we’ve taken careful consideration and decided to be very picky about buying these items and carrying them in our thoughtfully curated boutique.
We want quality items that will last for more than a season. If we were to buy already low-priced, fast fashion, our store would be full of items that aren’t built to last. We get it – fast fashion brands have some really adorable items! But we want you to have access to high-quality brands that are going to last you many years or be passed along to the next person.
We also can’t take counterfeit items because again, we care about providing genuine, quality items to our community. If we have a store full of counterfeit items, that lowers our credibility and goes against our mission.