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Second Hand Stores in Vancouver, WA
1.TNT Second Hand Treasures
5620 NE Gher Rd Ste 2
Second Hand Dealers
Great second hand store with low prices and a great selection. The store owner is very nice and helpful.
2.Pipsqueak Resale Botique
8700 NE Vancouver Mall Dr
Second Hand DealersConsignment ServiceChildren & Infants ClothingResale Shops
9905 NE 86th St
Second Hand DealersResale ShopsConsignment Service
16508 NE 65th Cir
Second Hand DealersConsignment ServiceResale Shops
5.All seasons second hand store
5107 E Fourth Plain Blvd
Second Hand Dealers
6.Odea & Bridges
9603 NE 81st Ct
Second Hand DealersThrift Shops
7.Paws N Claws II
13898 NE 28th St
Second Hand DealersThrift Shops
8.Red Door Boutique
Second Hand Dealers
New & gently used upscale apparel & Accessories at low prices
9.Once Upon A Child
11505 NE Fourth Plain Blvd Ste D-3
Children & Infants ClothingResale ShopsSecond Hand DealersBaby Accessories, Furnishings & Services
This is the best place with best things at best prize.
10.Denim & Frills Childrens
10501 NE Highway 99
Resale ShopsConsignment ServiceSecond Hand Dealers
I was in this cute store yesterday and was pleasantly surprised. I am really picky about used things and I could not believe the nice clothing I got here. I wasn't planning on going in but was getting a pizza in the complex. I am so glad I tried it. I will be returning again. Really impressed with the organization and girls that worked there, especially considering how full and how busy they were.
11.Tropics Jewelry & Loan
9208 NE Highway 99 Ste 103
Guns & GunsmithsLoansJewelry RepairingPawnbrokers
Excellent service and great selection. Hands down the best pawn shop I have ever done business with. Very friendly staff and fair prices on both loans and sales.
10501 NE Highway 99 Ste 21
Resale ShopsWomen's ClothingSecond Hand Dealers
Great store Just discovered and will definitely be shopping here more often Owner and staff friendly and helpful
904 Main St
Consignment ServiceUsed FurnitureFurniture StoresSecond Hand Dealers
Huge consignment store, very nicely decorated and the furniture is wonderful. Nice, upscale furniture. It is run by a nonprofit so the community benefits from proceeds. Has wonderful cupcakes in the Divine Bites project too. What a wonderful surprise in downtown Vancouver.
14.Deja Vu Consignment Clothing
16111 SE McGillivray Blvd Ste F
Consignment ServiceResale ShopsThrift ShopsWomen's Clothing
In a town like any town, in a strip mall like any other, there is a consignment shop called Deja Vu, which is a fairly common name for a consignment shop. My expectations were low, specifically, I anticipated slim-pickings. The sale racks on the sidewalk announced 50-75% off, which usually means polyester granny dresses and 80′s blazers. Happily, astoundingly, the rack was loaded with excellent quality, perfect-condition garments: Ami, Anne Klein, Anne Taylor, Banana Republic and many others. There were several adorable jackets that appeared to never have been worn and demanded admiration. The original prices were a little high for consignment but at 75% off, they were better than just right. Inside the shop, the sale continued with a rack devoted to Chico and Cabi. The displays at the front of the store held designer brands and a fantastic selection of handbags and accessories. Rounders through the middle separated clothing by size and type. There were the standard three “Tops” rounders labeled by Small, Medium and Large but also a rounder specially for blouses and one for shirts (such as Foxcroft). This set-up was a bit confusing at first, but this shop has so much inventory that the divisions are clearly necessary. Off to the right were racks of pants, skirts and jeans, a wall of dresses and a little selection whimsically labeled “Cute Things.” While shopping the racks, I resisted the urge to drag a mountain of stuff into the changing room and spend wads of cash (technically I wasn't supposed to be shopping due to a lack of bank). Resistance was difficult because virtually every garment in the store was so freaking CUTE that every rack could have been labeled “Cute Things.” Most jackets were priced in the twenties and most blouses in the teens. My sister shopped the sale rack and bought a silk Ann Taylor blouse and denim vest and spent less than $15. She has more self control than I do. A little Banana Republic suit ($34) with wide leg pants and a cropped jacket looked at me like a brown-eyed puppy in a pet shop window. Better to just resist completely. At the back of the shop was a small selection of plus-sized clothing, a clearance rack, shoes and a small jewelry case, all worth scouting. The plus-size racks were small but well selected and priced with some very nice jeans for about $15-20. Deja Vu was a wonderfully pleasant surprise. The little touches matter so much in a consignment store: beautiful dressing room curtains, organization and good lighting, adequate labeling and sturdy display racks. It is not difficult to make a consignment shop feel like a boutique and this one is beautifully done. This isn’t the place to shop if you are looking for a shop full of bargain basement prices but for mid to high end wardrobe pieces (including suits) Deja Vu is most certainly worth your time.
9025 NE 117th Ave
Thrift ShopsResale ShopsSocial Service OrganizationsUsed Furniture
This store is usually very neat and clean and has pretty good deals. But their prices are a little higher than the store on Fourth Plain.
16.Pipsqueak Resale Boutique
16111 SE McGillivray Blvd
Consignment ServiceChildren & Infants ClothingSecond Hand DealersThrift Shops
We are in infant and children's resale and consignment boutique. We sell quality used kids clothes, baby furniture and equipment and toys
17.The Treasure Trove
11912 NE Fourth Plain Blvd
Consignment ServiceResale ShopsFurniture StoresAntiques
We sell a little bit of everything! Do you have items to sell, but don't have the time to sell them? We'd love to help you! As long as your items are in great condition and we think someone else would be happy to own them, we'll do our best to sell them for you. All purchases made here support local families.
3017 NE 112th Ave
Furniture StoresMattressesBeddingSecond Hand Dealers
19.2nd Chance Thrift Store
3414 NE 52nd St
Resale ShopsWomen's ClothingUsed FurnitureSecond Hand Dealers
5139 NE 94th St
Consignment ServiceResale ShopsFurniture StoresUsed Furniture
10205 NE 72nd Ave
Used Major AppliancesFurniture StoresUsed FurnitureResale Shops
22.American Cancer Society
2011 Main St
Thrift ShopsSocial Service OrganizationsSecond Hand Dealers
23.St Vincent Depaul
2456 NE Stapleton Rd
Thrift ShopsSecond Hand Dealers
24.This, That, and More Thrift Store
3311 NE 104th Cir
HousewaresUsed FurnitureSecond Hand DealersThrift Shops
13503 SE Mill Plain Blvd
Clothing StoresBaby Accessories, Furnishings & ServicesFurniture StoresChildren's Furniture
I have been shopping @ Spanky's for 20 years. They always have an awesome selection in womens, children and mens clothing. the staff is very friendly and helpful as well.
2311 Main St
Clothing-Collectible, Period, VintageResale Shops
By far one of the best vintage stores in the portland area. Great selection of women's and men's clothes/shoes/hats/accessories. Owner is very friendly and helpful; also very knowledgeable about all of the items in her store. I have never walked into Urban Eccentric and left empty handed, and the prices are very affordable! I highly recommend checking this place out!
27.House of Vintage
1501 Main St
Clothing StoresHousewaresCollectiblesResale Shops
A ton of great vintage furniture in fantastic condition. If you every fantasized about making your home look like it is straight out of mad men, this is the store to visit.
808 Main St
Games & Game Supplies-Wholesale & ManufacturersConsignment ServiceResale ShopsCoffee & Tea
Chic upscale consignment shop. Accepts gently used furniture and decor. Donated books available for purchase. Non-profit business donating 100% back to local charities.
604 Main St
30.The ARC of Clark County
6511 E 18th St
Resale ShopsSocial Service Organizations
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