Having a teen is expensive! Plato’s Closet keeps your teen on trend, while staying on budget.
Does your teen need a completely new fall wardrobe? It’s easy to buy them all the best brands and trendiest styles while staying on budget at Plato’s Closet.
Instead of shopping online or going to the mall for their favorite brands, head to Plato’s Closet. With five locations in the Tri-State Area including Dayton, OH, they make it easy and convenient to shop. Plato’s Closet has your teen’s favorite brands for less like Abercrombie & Fitch, Patagonia, North Face, American Eagle, Gap and much more. Plus, their great selection of coats, vests, accessories and shoes can’t be beat.
Speaking of fall style, it’s homecoming season! Let Plato’s Closet be your teen’s fall/winter dance headquarters. Their friendly staff help your son or daughter find popular brand-names on gently used semi-formal/formal gowns and pant/shirt combinations. They will find amazing and flattering looks in a variety of sizes that are budget-friendly.
While taking my daughter and her friend shopping at Plato’s Closet, they found so many complete outfits for under $20. Plus, their favorite semi-formal dress was just $12! As aways, I was impressed with the selection of so many trendy yet age-appropriate outfits. These girls alway feel stylish and comfortable… what a confidence booster!
Also, does your teen have clothes hoping to sell for extra cash? Sell to Plato’s Closet! The process is easy. Plato’s Closet prices your items using a cutting-edge computer system; they price items around 1/3 of the original retail, and offer you up to 1/3 of that. After your clothes are reviewed, Plato’s Closet will present you with an offer.
The time to process your items varies, but you will be sent a text message once your buy is complete. If you choose to accept the offer, you will be paid cash immediately or apply the bid towards a new purchase. And if they choose not to purchase your items, you many take them home or Plato’s Closet will donate them to Matthew 25 Ministries.