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About Nu Look Consignment Our pleasant, professional staff enjoys working with our many consignors. We are experienced in consigning and pricing designer items. We are happy to answer any questions you may have. Nu Look Consignment Inc was established in 1981 as the first Twin Cities maternity consignment shop. The store occupied approximately 1/5 of its current space. In 1982, children's clothing was added to our inventory. We expanded the business by 50% in 1984 and added women's wear, and expanded two more times, adding men's wear. Nu Look currently occupies over 6, 000 square feet and is the leading family consignment retailer in the Twin Cities area. Nu Look is a privately held business developed by the owner Sally Beaudet. Nu Look has been featured in many local publications such as the Women's Press, City Pages, and Star Tribune. Stop in today to see why we were voted best consignment shop in the Twin Cities.
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mastercard, discover, visa, all major credit cards, amex
Southwest Minneapolis, Fulton
Consignment Service, Women's Clothing, Second Hand Dealers, Resale Shops
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Parking: Street, Lot, Private

Bike Parking: Yes

Wheelchair Accessible: Yes


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Horrible customer service but great stuff!

I have shopped and consigned at Nu Look for 20 years! I love the selection, the quality merchandise and the sales. That said, I have to finally complain about the customer service. Especially after my visit last evening to their semi-annual 1/2 price sale. One of the sales people was the most unpleasant creature I have ever encountered. She had her name tag stuck on her arm. If it was hers, her name was Dru. I encountered her several times during my two hour $150.00 stay. Each time she answered my questions, but never with a smile. She happened to ring up my purchases also and not once did she smile or seem happy to help me spend my money in the store she was working at. I expect good customer service having worked in retail before. I did not get it from Dru. I was waiting for a thank you when she handed me my bag. Not a word. She just walked away. Needless to say the other ""regular"" salespeople that work there are more friendly but not overly so. I have been finding myself going to many other re-sale shops these days because their customer service is far superior. Sorry Nu Look. It matters.

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