Orinda’s Brick and Mortar Consignment Stores

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SALLY HOGARTY
Maureen Brown, owner of Rechic, displays one of the many dresses perfect for holiday get-togethers.

    Cheryl’s Closet at 21 Orinda Way (925-254-4442) and Rechic 101, consignment clothing and gift store, at 101 Orinda Way (925-317-3735) are additional local options for buying and selling gently worn clothing, shoes, accessories and handbags. 
    “We have holiday dresses, lots of cozy cashmere sweaters and fun tops and jeans,” says Rechic owner Maureen Brown. “Our clothing is very gently used if worn at all. It’s a great way to do the holidays on a budget.” Rechic also has well-priced stationery, journals, candles, jewelry, plants and more for that thoughtful gift.
    “When we can’t re-sell, we can recycle,” said Cheryl’s Closet Manager Lisa Karp. To help customers support the environment by reducing landfill when closet cleaning, Cheryl’s Closet participates in a recycling program for any type of overused clothing, bedding or towels. Mismatched socks, or damaged, dated or threadbare cloth items that will not pass charitable donation standards can all be recycled into new fabric. Bring any donations for recycling to Cheryl’s Closet during operating hours, Tuesday-Saturday 11 a.m. – 5 p.m.
    Hilton House, also at 21 Orinda Way (925-254-1113), buys and sells estate pieces such as jewelry, décor and furniture. A popular destination for over 17 years, the store has become a leader in offering top brands like Waterford, Ethan Allen, Restoration Hardware and one-of-a-kind treasures at reasonable prices.

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