These Main Line Area Consignment Shops Stock Unique Fashions

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You’ll find statement fits at discount prices at these consignment shops around the Main Line area and western suburbs.

As fall looms, we’re getting closer to the time when short sleeves are exchanged for long sleeves and sweaters become everyday staples. Get ahead of the curve this season with discount options for fall fits at these consignment shops in the Main Line region.

The Wardrobe

62 Marshall Rd., Lansdowne


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The Wardrobe does an incredible amount of charitable outreach, even for a consignment store. We wrote about one of its recent projects back in June when the business partnered with Helpsy to bring free clothing pickups to Chester, Bucks and Montgomery Counties. At the storefront in Lansdowne, you’ll find gently used clothes in a clean and airy environment.

Renaissance Consignment

848 Lancaster Ave., Bryn Mawr

Known for its frequent sales, Renaissance Consignment always has merchandise for a great deal. Start with the $2 and $3 bins of clothes, and be sure to look out for hole-punched tags, which means an item is 50% off. If you’re looking to drop items off for consignment, be sure to call ahead, since merchandise is accepted by appointment only.

Remix on Main Designer Consignment

4355 Main St., Manayunk

Open seven days a week on Manayunk’s Main Street, Remix on Main is a luxury consignment store that sells designer handbags, jewelry, clothing and the like. Its highly curated selection of goods offers a somewhat more economical way to check off famous brands like Louis Vuitton, Gucci or Chanel.

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Revivals Boutique

55 Rittenhouse Pl., Ardmore

Revivals Boutique’s current mission is mental health. Its September 20 event featuring cocktails, shopping and light bites benefits the Happy Jack Foundation. A Best of the Main Line winner for 2022, Revivals has held a high standard since its inception in 1992 as a luxury resale boutique. It promises revivalist styles finely tuned to meet modern-day fashion trends and fits.

Crazy Richard Sold It

1101 Sussex Blvd., Broomall

If you can dream it, Crazy Richard has probably sold it. Offering everything from a Lou Gehrig game used baseball bat to airplanes and handbags, there is quite literally something for every demographic at this Broomall store.

Kee Kee’s Consignment

54 E Baltimore Ave., Clifton Heights

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Kee Kee’s strives to make high-end merchandise available for those who couldn’t normally afford designer brands. Though its collections include items worth over five figures, it also sells vintage handbags, jewelry and clothing at highly discounted rates.

Magic Threads Consignment

211 W State St. Ste. 4, Media

Selling curated men’s and women’s secondhand apparel, Magic Threads offers a more down-to-earth experience. Unlike some other consignment stores which focus strongly on vintage designer items for high-end consumers, most items at Magic Threads are for everyday items at reasonable prices.

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