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Trendsetter’s Boutique

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Consignment Shop Features Fun Clothing & Accessories for Women & Juniors

Are you looking to refresh and build your wardrobe or pick up some eye-catching new pieces? Trendsetter’s Boutique, a consignment shop on Main Street in Amesbury, is the place for juniors and women to find a wonderful selection of both new and consigned clothing, eye-catching jewelry, handbags, scarves, and shoes. Be sure to check in frequently. This consignment shop receives new arrivals every week!

Consigning clothing is a great way to monetize those items in your closet you no longer wear.  The consignment process is easy at Trendsetter’s Boutique. Call to set up an appointment or drop off your items for the stylists to look over and price.  They accept Juniors clothing starting at size 00 and Women’s clothing sizes 0 to 14, shoes, purses, and accessories such as scarves and belts. When an item sells within thirty days the consignor receives 40% of the purchase price. Please note that all clothing accepted must be less than three years old and in “like new” condition.

Are you looking for a dress for prom? Coming soon, Trendsetter’s Boutique will feature a selection of both NEW and consigned prom dresses. Be sure to check out this latest addition to their fabulous shopping experience.

Trendsetter’s Boutique in downtown Amesbury will delight juniors and women who enjoy shopping from a selection of fairly priced contemporary clothing.  Shopping at this consignment shop will surely turn up some treasures!

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Trendsetter's Boutique

85 Main Street
Amesbury, MA 01913
(978) 378-3410

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