Consignment is community-based meaning 100% of what we sell goes back into our local economy. We love holding space and events with people who share the same values. We have created an inclusive environment by carrying a wide range of sizes and styles for everyone.
We believe in fashion that does not harm the planet, garment workers, or animals. Creating a circular economy by using what we already have and extending the life cycle of our clothes.
On Vancouver Island, we tend to live by island time, naturally living life at a slower pace. This lifestyle encourages conscious choices, allowing us to appreciate the world around us and take stock of what we already have.
We ensure our consignment is affordable and accessible for everyone. We aim to keep our prices fair and ethical, so you can be confident you're getting a great deal on quality clothing.
We happily donate our unsold clothes to two local non-profits in the Comox Valley.
Too Good To Be Threw, is a social enterprise thrift store that raises money for CVTS programs.
Through community fundraisers, Isla Consignment has raised $400 for the CVTS in the last year and a half.
Learn More: Comox Valley Transition Society
The Sunday Station is a local non-profit organization that provides a free meal service every Sunday in the Comox Valley.
Sunday Station is the only meal service on the weekend who provide a bagged lunch, warm drink, nutritious hot meal, harm reduction, clothing and toiletries.
Learn More: Sunday Station Comox Valley