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Consignment in New York, NY
22.A Second Chance Designer Resale Boutique
1109 Lexington Avenue 2nd Floor4.69 mi New York, NY Second Hand DealersResale ShopsConsignment ServiceThrift Shops
Every time I am in their neighborhood, I pop into a Second Chance, because they always have new merchandise, and what they carry is great stuff: often brand new; never worn out or dirty; I always find something I love in there, shoes or a dress or pants, or a handbag. You can not go wrong going here---it's a must on any woman's list. The owner is a doll & her staff is entirely accomodating & helpful. They really know the fashion industry and are honest about what truly looks well on you--a rarity these days. I've always been happy with everything I have purchased here. And hav ing been to other re-sale shops in the city, this is the best of all the rest. Do not miss it if you are into clothing, handbags, accessories & shoes. They carry top of the line as well as some middle of the road makers--something for everyone.
23.Second Time Around
1318 Madison Ave Frnt A5.51 mi New York, NY Resale ShopsConsignment ServiceSecond Hand DealersThrift Shops
195 Avenue A1.59 mi New York, NY Clothing StoresShoe StoresWomen's Fashion AccessoriesWomen's Clothing
i came and got some boots from here because I had lost mine on the plane trip or at least the flight lost them. I wasn't going to fight with them to find out what happened so I came here my first day and Bryan got some new shoes too! Great little shop!
74 5th Ave Frnt 11.59 mi New York, NY Resale ShopsClothing StoresConsignment ServiceWomen's Clothing
went here for the first time to pick up a halloween costume. i'm so surprised that i've walked by it so many times without even noticing, but it's a good thing i've finally discovered it because this store is truly a wonderful find. they had a few halloween costume sets that come in packages, but where is the fun in that?? they have an amazing selection of costume clothes and accessories and vintage items to create your own look. i spied a crazy mix of old 80s prom dresses, wigs, vinyl corsets, boots, makeup, hats, masks, fake weapons, vintage purses...the store is just unique, you kind of have to be in there to believe how many different items they can pack into such a tiny store. great place to play dress up, but i would honestly come even during the non-halloween season just to shop around. love it!
157 E 23rd St2.03 mi New York, NY Second Hand DealersThrift ShopsCharitiesResale Shops
the very best! i would recommend this shop to anyone! fair prices and clean merchandise! it does not have that junky thrift shop feel. there is always an incredible display to look at and the staff are really cool.
43 3rd Ave1.40 mi New York, NY Resale ShopsClothing StoresSecond Hand DealersConsignment Service
One of the better spots for vintage cords. I've always found the salespeople friendly.
332 E 11th St Frnt A1.47 mi New York, NY Resale ShopsConsignment ServiceThrift ShopsSecond Hand Dealers
Searching for the perfect designer threads but don’t have the cash flow to support it? No problem. Buffalo Exchange in the East Village has got your back. Normally I am anti-thrift store; the very idea of owning something that has touched another person’s body grosses me out to extremes, but a girlfriend whose opinion I highly value recommended Buffalo Exchange to me, and I have to admit I stand corrected. With everything from 80’s style prom dresses, billowy tee shirts that I have affectionately renamed “fat people clothes”, sparkle sneakers, a whole slew of gold jewelry, blouses, jeans, and shorts, Buffalo Exchange offers a wide variety of used goods that actually look kind of new. Excited at the prospect of owning a Theory dress for $20, I grabbed a ton of items off the racks and hit the dressing room. This turned out to be an epic fail. There’s a reason why people sell their old clothes. Either they don’t fit properly, or they’re not really that cute once you get home, or you can never find an appropriate occasion to wear said garment. After spending about an hour in the dressing room (I am a terrible solo shopper, I can never decide if things actually look good on me or if an article of clothing is worth the money), I had narrowed down my pile to two dresses. The first was a geometrically patterned BCBG dress that could have been cute, I just couldn’t tell after trying on 87 dresses. The second was a black strapless maxi dress that had this weird knot/bow thing in the center. I was starting to lose my patience, it was 100 degrees in there, and the strapless dress was $13 bucks. I needed to get the hell out of there. I bought the dress and rolled. I’d definitely go back to Buffalo Exchange, just with a friend, and with the air conditioner on.
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