Revolve Men's Consignment Store has moved

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Revolve: Upscale Men’s Consignment Store has moved from its Myers Park location to the cozy neighborhood of Dilworth (1222 East Blvd.). The new location is central to a busy shopping area with more foot traffic. The boutique still offers the same merchandise: upscale men’s wear including dress shirts, suits, shoes, and more, but has received a bit of a “facelift” with new software to catalog inventory, a more uniformed display of merchandise, and a more masculine vibe to appeal to its "manly' shoppers.

Going on now through this Saturday, the store has a big move-in sale going on: Customers can take 40 percent off items with handwritten tags and 10 percent off  all items with printed tags.

According to the owner, Revolve is one of only seven men’s consignment stores on the East Coast. Even so, she believes that men in the area are starting to catch on to what consignment shopping is all about since Revolve originally opened over a year ago.

The policies on bringing in consignment pieces are still the same; they are brand and condition specific. With an influx of clothing and shoes coming in, the requirements to bring in consignment pieces are becoming more strict to ensure high quality merchandise to customers.

The re-opening celebration of Revolve will be announced in the near future on Facebook, and you can also visit Revolve at www.revolvecharlotte.com.


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