Kim Smith, owner of Kim’s Closet consignment shop in North Creek
Photo by Andy Flynn.
continued “I would like to get some more local jewelry, because a lot of people look for jewelry,” Smith said. “We sell a lot of bags, different handbags and belts.”
As a consignment store, the inventory frequently changes.
“I have tons of stuff that I’m still trying to get out,” Smith said. “That’s another thing that’s great about this. It’s something you can come to every week, and it’s going to be totally different because every week I’m getting new items in. You just have to hit it where somebody your size just came in that has your taste and you hit the jackpot. You just have to keep coming back.”
For now, Smith wants to concentrate on clothing, but she’s open to the idea of carrying goods other than clothes, depending on the space.
“Who knows, down the road, because people are constantly asking for household items,” Smith said. “My space is limited here as to what I can have, so I’m concentrating on clothes right now. But down the road, you never know.”
She would also like to start carrying children’s clothes and plus sizes for women.
“I don’t want people to think it’s just tiny, little clothes,” Smith said. “I’m trying to make it for everybody.”
Kim’s Closet is open in the fall from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Wednesday-Saturday. For more information, call (518) 812-4869.