Designer Consignment Shop Opens in Scotch Plains

4Ever Michelle Couture recently opened in Scotch Plains featuring designer label clothing and accessories.

If you’re looking for last minute, high quality gifts for a fashion savvy friend or loved one, you can find them right on Park Avenue at the new consignment shop 4Ever Michelle Couture.

The high-end consignment shop boasts Louis Vuitton bags in the window and once inside it’s a label lovers field day.

Brands such as Hermes, Chanel, Kate Spade, Versace, Gucci, Christian Dior, Free People, Michael Kors, Prada and tons more litter the shelves and tables.

Even a glittering gold pair of Christian Louboutin heels was spotted in the shoe section and a large Louis Vuitton luggage is placed on the table as soon as you enter the boutique style shop.

If your closet is already stuffed, 4Ever Michelle Couture will take your designer label clothing or accessories for a 50/50 split, the associate said. Adding that you will receive your check immediately.

The businesses website also states a more detailed policy for consigning with them.

“In all cases where Consigner items are sold, Consigner will receive a payment in the amount of 50% of the selling price.  Payments are to be made following the sale of merchandise by check and will be mailed between the 15th and 25th of each month for items sold during the prior month.  Once an item is sold a curiosity call will be made, notifying you that your item has been sold.  A print out will also accompany any sold item for your record,” the website states.

Currently, 4Ever Michelle Couture has four other locations in Morristown, Bernardsville, at the Montclair Antique Center and inside The People’s Store in Lambertville.

The items also rotate between stores to provide a better variety to customers.

An online shop is also available at 4evermichellecouture.com, along with more information about the business and its owner.

4Ever Michelle Couture is located on Park Avenue at the corner of East 2nd Street, next to Marion Jewelers.


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