Krepshaw keeps items on her store racks for 90 days, and she has a discount structure.
The longer it stays, the lower the price.
After 30 days, an item's price will go down by 25 percent. After 60 days she will sell it at a 50 percent discount.
When an item is sold, the store keeps 60 percent and the consignor receives 40 percent.
She said her graduated discount structure not only helps keep prices low, but also results in a constantly rotating inventory.
"We're never without a sale," Krepshaw said. "The store is changing on a weekly basis."
Many of the items currently on sale are spring fashions from names like Chico's, Ann Taylor, Ralph Lauren and Banana Republic.
She stocks a supply of children's clothes and women's clothing ranges from sizes 2 to 3X. The store also features shoes from designers like Donald J. Pliner and Stuart Weitzman, along with designer handbags and necklaces.
Many of the items have never been worn.
"A lot of women shop a little too much," she said. "They will bring things with tags. We get more used items, but I'd say probably a quarter of the store still has tags."
A blue Ann Taylor blouse she was hanging Wednesday bore the original $68 retail price tag. Krepshaw was offering it for $21.
While most of her consignors are local shoppers, Krepshaw said she has built relationships with women who go to other markets to buy clothes.
"I have some great consignors that shop outside of Charleston, so they give my customers here some great choices," she said. "I have consignors living in Georgia and one in Florida that send things to me."
The Consignment Company is open Tuesday through Saturday. Krepshaw is keeping the store open from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. weekdays and from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday.
She said those hours could change depending on customer flow and traffic at the new location.
"I'm just going to play it by ear and see what my customers want," Krepshaw said.
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