NEW YORK (KGTV) -- Nordstrom Thursday announced that one of its clothing stores will begin selling used clothes.
The project, called “See You Tomorrow,” will launch at the company’s NYC Flagship store on January 31.
During the launch, the shop will be stocked with returned and damaged merchandise, the company said.
According to Nordstrom, all the items will be “expertly cleaned, repaired and refurbished before it becomes available for sale at See You Tomorrow.”
The new project will offer customers both an online resale site and in-store experience.
Shoppers can also sell items to the store in exchange for gift cards to Nordstrom and several other retailers.
For now, items are only being accepted at the NYC store, but the company says it will soon launch an online intake program that allows people to mail in merchandise.