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11 of Philadelphia's Best Consignment and Resale Shops

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If the new season has you reevaluating your wardrobe, read on. These Philly-area consignment shops are just begging to receive your surplus of past-season clothing and accessories, provided they're relatively on-trend, in good shape, and haven't been funked up with a coating of cat fur.

Whether you're in search of a quick cash pay-out or just want to shop designer labels at a discount, these stores have you covered.


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Addiction Studio

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Joelle Brodhecker's consignment shop accepts designer labels only. Think women's clothing, shoes, and accessories from the likes of Chanel, Celine, Fendi, Acne, and Christian Louboutin. Consignors receive up to 50% of their item's selling price. [Image credit: Addiction/Facebook]

Bella Boutique

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This just-off-South-Street store houses an eclectic mix of vintage and modern wearables that skew toward the high-end. A trip here might reward you with a pair of Gucci loafers or Fendi clutch at an affordable price. [Image credit: Yelp/Alison B.]

Buffalo Exchange

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Instant cash is the draw at this Chestnut Street shop, which stocks mall labels and vintage apparel, accessories, and footwear for men and women. If you go for the store credit instead of opting for the cash pay-out, you'll get a better return on your trade. [Image credit: Buffalo Exchange/Facebook]

Greene Street Consignment

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With a smattering of stores throughout the Philly area, Greene Street Consignment can outfit the whole family (including kids) in duds from Gap, Lilly Pulitzer, Gucci, Prada, and more. Consignors score 40% of their items' total selling price, but make note: You need to bring in at least 10 items to initiate a consignor contract here. [Image credit: Greene Street Consignment/Facebook]

Gyration Boutique

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Tucked away in Chinatown, Gyration promises deep discounts on women's designer buys from Chanel, Fendi, Kate Spade, Gucci, and Prada. [Image credit: Gyration Boutique/Facebook]

Once Worn Consignment

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Occupying the racks at this NoLibs shop? Gently-used apparel and accessories from labels like Anthropologie, Urban Outfitters, and H&M, plus a vintage section worth rifling through. Consignors receive a 40% cut at the end of the 60-day contract. [Image credit: Once Worn/Facebook]

Philadelphia Vintage & Consignment Shoppe

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You can expect designer couture that dates back to the 1900s here, displayed alongside more current vintage pieces that are less likely to break the bank. Word on the street is that this store is a go-to among East Coast costume designers. [Image credit: Philadelphia Vintage/Facebook]

Remix on Main

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Manayunk's Remix touts a laundry list of designer labels, from Dries Van Noten and Tom Ford to Helmut Lang and Christian Louboutin. Consignors receive 50% of their items' total selling price at the end of the three-month contract. [Image credit: Remix Consignment/Facebook]

Revivals

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Narberth's best kept secret, Revivals has been supplying the Main Line with authentic, discounted designer buys for over 20 years. Expect two floors of Gucci, Carven, Hermes, Louis Vuitton, Manolo Blahnik, and Prada. [Image credit: Revivals/Facebook]

Second Time Around

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Yet another upscale consignment shop on our list, Second Time Around is typically stocked with covet-worthy labels. The pay-out is typically 40%, but a 50/50 split is offered for luxury handbags. [Image credit: Second Time Around/Facebook]

The Attic

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Brands at this Manayunk shop include both mall labels and designer names, from Forever21 and American Eagle to Marc Jacobs and D&G. The Attic pays on the spot: you receive 30% of your clothes' value in cash, or if you prefer, 55% store credit. [Image credit: Buffalo Exchange/Facebook]

Addiction Studio

Joelle Brodhecker's consignment shop accepts designer labels only. Think women's clothing, shoes, and accessories from the likes of Chanel, Celine, Fendi, Acne, and Christian Louboutin. Consignors receive up to 50% of their item's selling price. [Image credit: Addiction/Facebook]

Bella Boutique

This just-off-South-Street store houses an eclectic mix of vintage and modern wearables that skew toward the high-end. A trip here might reward you with a pair of Gucci loafers or Fendi clutch at an affordable price. [Image credit: Yelp/Alison B.]

Buffalo Exchange

Instant cash is the draw at this Chestnut Street shop, which stocks mall labels and vintage apparel, accessories, and footwear for men and women. If you go for the store credit instead of opting for the cash pay-out, you'll get a better return on your trade. [Image credit: Buffalo Exchange/Facebook]

Greene Street Consignment

With a smattering of stores throughout the Philly area, Greene Street Consignment can outfit the whole family (including kids) in duds from Gap, Lilly Pulitzer, Gucci, Prada, and more. Consignors score 40% of their items' total selling price, but make note: You need to bring in at least 10 items to initiate a consignor contract here. [Image credit: Greene Street Consignment/Facebook]

Gyration Boutique

Tucked away in Chinatown, Gyration promises deep discounts on women's designer buys from Chanel, Fendi, Kate Spade, Gucci, and Prada. [Image credit: Gyration Boutique/Facebook]

Once Worn Consignment

Occupying the racks at this NoLibs shop? Gently-used apparel and accessories from labels like Anthropologie, Urban Outfitters, and H&M, plus a vintage section worth rifling through. Consignors receive a 40% cut at the end of the 60-day contract. [Image credit: Once Worn/Facebook]

Philadelphia Vintage & Consignment Shoppe

You can expect designer couture that dates back to the 1900s here, displayed alongside more current vintage pieces that are less likely to break the bank. Word on the street is that this store is a go-to among East Coast costume designers. [Image credit: Philadelphia Vintage/Facebook]

Remix on Main

Manayunk's Remix touts a laundry list of designer labels, from Dries Van Noten and Tom Ford to Helmut Lang and Christian Louboutin. Consignors receive 50% of their items' total selling price at the end of the three-month contract. [Image credit: Remix Consignment/Facebook]

Revivals

Narberth's best kept secret, Revivals has been supplying the Main Line with authentic, discounted designer buys for over 20 years. Expect two floors of Gucci, Carven, Hermes, Louis Vuitton, Manolo Blahnik, and Prada. [Image credit: Revivals/Facebook]

Second Time Around

Yet another upscale consignment shop on our list, Second Time Around is typically stocked with covet-worthy labels. The pay-out is typically 40%, but a 50/50 split is offered for luxury handbags. [Image credit: Second Time Around/Facebook]

The Attic

Brands at this Manayunk shop include both mall labels and designer names, from Forever21 and American Eagle to Marc Jacobs and D&G. The Attic pays on the spot: you receive 30% of your clothes' value in cash, or if you prefer, 55% store credit. [Image credit: Buffalo Exchange/Facebook]