Quality merchandise at great prices.
My Girlfriend's Closet consignment boutique in downtown Sonoma only sells reputable brands from high quality manufacturers -- because we believe that's what our customers want.
In addition, we support a small group of local artisans who produce handmade items -- perfect for gifts, or a treat for yourself! We carry bags designed by Mimi Reid of Sheekoo, custom jewelry pieces by Love Sarah Custom Jewelry, earrings made from re-purposed beads & pearls by Allyson Etherington, and new items by Sacs of Life.
Wine Country Chic.
Make sure to add My Girlfriend's Closet to your list of shopping
destinations! Here at My Girlfriend's Closet, you can rest assured
you'll look your best because we carry a wide selection of stylish
fashion and timeless classics like St. John Knit and Christian Dior, in perfect condition, just right for a winning professional look, or a casual wine country weekend.
And, we feature sizes from XS- XXXL so there is something for every woman.
Boutique manager, Alysia Briggs is experienced in helping women dress well. She
or Rosa Marin have years of experience in retail management and will
help you select items that will look great on you. It's all about
comfort and fashion. You can always count on Alysia to give you her
honest feedback on what looks best. We'll help you put together a
complete ensemble- in fact, if you bring in what you already have, we'll
add pieces to complete the entire look.
Consignment buying is smart & responsible.
There's no need to leave town to find that sophisticated item you're looking for. My Girlfriend's Closet
is conveniently located in downtown Sonoma, just off the historic
Sonoma Plaza. Plus, shopping at our consignment boutique will save you
50-90% off original retail prices, and any items you buy can be
re-consigned at a later time.
buying is also the responsible and green thing to do. By shopping at
local businesses, you support your local community, allowing your town
to prosper. And by purchasing consignment fashion, you're reducing your
carbon footprint. A little-known fact: 90% of all textile waste is