- Anchor Chic
Anchor Update: Gift Card Giveaway and Holiday 2021
Anchor Chic Consignment has been here for five years! Thank you for all your support since we opened - we wouldn't be here without everyone who loves pre-loved clothes.
To celebrate five years, we're giving away five gift cards - A $100 gift card for each week in November, plus one a $250 gift card for the whole month!
We have two ways to enter - and one doesn't even cost you anything!
For every $20 spent, in-store or online, get an entry for that week and the whole month.
Or, when you're in the store, show us you follow us on Facebook or Instagram and get an entry.
You can enter (and win!) multiple times.
Read more about the history of Anchor Chic Consignment and business owner Liz here.
Ornament Stroll in Downtown Edmonds
Be sure to join us (and the rest of Downtown Edmonds) for the Ornament Stroll. Each participating business will hand out a unique ornament with a purchases of $40 or more from Friday, November 26th (Black Friday) to Sunday, December 5th.
Small Business Saturday
On the heels of Black Friday is Small Business Saturday on November 27th. Show some support for your favorite small businesses. Anchor Chic Consignment will even have extended hours,10 am-6 pm (we haven't been open that long since before Covid!).
The Downtown Edmonds Tree Lighting Ceremony coincides with Small Business Saturday, with activities from 3 pm-5:30 pm. Finish the day by joining the Santa photo festivities next door to Anchor Chic Consignment at the Masonic Lodge.
From now until Thursday, December 16th, you can see 18 unique wreaths made by local artists all over Downtown Edmonds.
Anchor Chic Consignment is displaying the solstice-influenced wreath of local artist Susan Lally-Chiu.
Each wreath is up for auction (or, if you fall in love, each has a 'buy it now' option). You can see a map of wreath locations, read about the artists, and bid on your favorite wreaths here.
Anchor Chic Consignment will be closed on Thursday, November 25th (Thanksgiving Day), December 24th and 25th (Christmas Eve and Christmas Day), and December 31st and January 1st (New Year's Eve and New Year's Day).