My Sister's Closet
1510 South Main Street
Joplin, MO 64804
Yes, it's true. There really is a sister at My Sister's Closet. In fact, there are 3 of us. Ann, Tess and Jenny. Although sometimes we're more like Larry, Moe and Curly. But, definitely never the Kardashians.
It would be an understatement to say we had humble beginnings but what we also had was a big vision. We thought resale stores didn't have to be dark, dirty and dingy. Why couldn't they look like new boutiques? We dedicated ourselves to turning the those "three d's" into the three "c's" - cute, clean and current. What we discovered next still blows us away. The store was always filled. Consignments were flooding in. We were unintentionally reshaping how people in Arizona shopped. Being able to turn your current wardrobe into cash just makes good sense. And being able to shop for the best brands in the world at up to 90% off retail is pretty cool too.
How did all of this begin? After endlessly searching for the right location, we opened My Sister's Closet in the heart of Phoenix in 1991. We knew from day # 1 we wanted to offer our consigners a level of service and convenience that other mom and mom resale stores did not. No appointment would be needed for consigning. You could pick up your money or store credit immediately after your item sold. Even today, that's not the case with most consignment stores.
We have since given guys the same shopping experience at our Well Suited stores. And we added My Sister's Attic to sell items from, and for, homes. Over the years, we have expanded from Phoenix to Scottsdale and Chandler -- and most recently San Diego. Guess what? It turns out Californians like to shop just the way our customers in Arizona do. And so do people online.
Our plan is to continue locating new markets, offering the finest inventory available and doing everything possible to keep our customers and consigners happy.
And yes -- Ann, Jenny and Tess still do like each other. Most of the time.
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