I can't really speak for the women's section but this place is terrible. Their website leads you to believe that this is a place that has great brands and lots of high end stuff. That's just not the case. The men's clothing section has a lot of things you can find in SEARS for prices close to or in some cases more than what they charge at SEARS. The prices are very close to retail and sometimes more than retail. Some items have prominent stains, others still have tags and some are in between. After looking things over for 45 minutes (that pretty much covers all their inventory, men's dept is small!) I decided that I would never come back to buy.\r
I figured that if this place stocked so much garbage (and at high prices) then I could sell some of the clothes that I don't wear and clean out my closet. Sometimes they take stuff, othertimes they waste your time and turn you down. It all depends on their mood and who is doing the inspecting. Don't think that because you have seen their inventory you know what they will take, it really is a crapshoot so be prepared to waste your time every once in a while. \r
About the stuff that I dropped off? Well, still no payment and I don't see it in the store. They tell you its at another store, but I have yet to check that out. I suspect that they are taking me for a ride but I haven't had time to confirm this yet and I really should not have to.\r
I would not go to Rethreads to buy clothes.\r
I would not go to Rethreads to sell clothes.\r
I would have been much better off just donating my clothes or taking them to Buffalo Exchange (because they pay cash and tell you if they want stuff right away)
Pros: Plenty of parking because nobody goes here.
Cons: Bad selection, overpriced merchandise, horrible communication.