In the spirit of recycling and saving money, shopping resale clothing shops and thrift stores is a great way to save money and reduce consumption. Whether you’re looking to refresh your closet with new pieces regularly or you’re looking to sell some of your pieces on consignment, we’ve curated a list of the top 10 best resale shops in Los Angeles.
With designer resale shops popping up all over the Los Angeles area you can keep your wardrobe refreshed and save a whole lot of money.
Terrific Thrift Stores and Resale Shops in LA
111 N. La Brea Ave, LA 90036
High-end consignment and resale store, with a new online store, featuring women’s clothing and accessories, both vintage and contemporary. Curated and very intentional, this store aims to keep merchandise “both aspirational and affordable.”
Multiple locations around LA
Hip consignment and resale store chain, with options to sell your clothes for cash or store credit to buy new ones.
2008 Westwood Blvd., LA 90025
Trove is a consignment store for tasteful, trendy clothing, furniture and collectibles. You’re sure to find beautiful things at much less than retail pricing. And if you’re looking to sell any of your own items, please read all their consignment info on their website.
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8214 Melrose Avenue, LA, CA 90046
The Decades boutique opened in 2011 in Los Angeles with the first floor offering accessible, nearly-new merchandise from staple designers and the second floor showcasing an exclusive selection of one of a kind couture gowns and hard to find Chanel pieces from eras past. Known for their discerning eye, co-owners Cameron Silver and Christos Garkinos personally oversee the acquisition of an edited selection of authentic vintage treasures and future collectibles.
7912 Melrose Avenue, Los Angeles 90046
2449 Main Street, Santa Monica 90405
14621 Ventura Blvd, Sherman Oaks 91403
4608 E. 2nd Street, Long Beach 90803
532 East Main Street, Ventura 93001
With stores across the country and 5 stores within the Los Angeles area, Buffalo Exchange is a high-end resale chain that offers unbeatable prices on designer clothing and accessories by the community and for the community. Buffalo Exchange is unique, because clothing and accessories are bought, sold and traded locally with store customers. Call ahead before stopping in to sell clothing.
See our list of Resale Shops for Kids’ Clothes Here
7428 Melrose Avenue, Los Angeles 90046
1330 4th Street, Santa Monica 90401
Every Wasteland store has its own special vibe and culture, shaped by its neighborhood, where the residents inject a living breathing personality into the collections where the collections are historic but never cliché, always fresh and unique. Wasteland normally buys clean, gently used clothing, but their hours have been affected, so please check their website first.
7424 Beverly Boulevard, Los Angeles 90036
Ampersand is a consignment boutique selling carefully curated and affordably priced ladies clothing, shoes, handbags & jewelry that is located in a warm community on Larchmont. Ampersand prides itself in offering a personalized shopping experience with the best high-end and vintage clothing.
Council Thrift Stores
4 locations currently open:
360 N. Fairfax Ave, LA 90036
10960 Santa Monica Blvd, West LA 90025
12203 Ventura Blvd, Studio City 91604
12120 Venice Blvd, Mar Vista 90066
The Council Thrift Shops are a community resource of the National Council of Jewish Women. Their first one opened in 1924 to serve immigrants coming to Los Angeles and was stocked with useful household items. Today, Council Thrift Shops receive more than 100,000 annual donations in support of our vital programs and services. They are among the most popular thrift shops in Los Angeles, known for their high quality selection of clothing, jewelry, furniture, art, accessories, and other items at affordable prices.
Goodwill Stores SoCal
80 locations, many have reopened
Goodwill stocks a wide range of used clothing in their stores, from high end, to brand new, to gently used. You can find everything from Halloween costumes to fancy outfits. It takes some patience, but you can find treasures.
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