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Consignment shops are a great way to buy secondhand, slightly used items at a discounted price. They operate as an outlet where consumers can bring items they want to sell that the store will buy. Often these items are high-end designer clothes or collectible antiques. A consignment store is different from a thrift store because in a thrift store the items are often donated and therefore at a lower quality than a consignment store. The following are a list of terms that describe the different kinds of consignment stores you may come across.

  • General Consignment Stores - Most consignment shops sell gently used men, women, children and baby clothing as well as accessories such as shoes and jewelry. You can often find good deal on baby, maternity and children clothes, as those are usually not as worn as other types of clothing.
  • Bridal stores- For a bride on a budget, consider a consignment shop as a great outlet for bridal wear. They will often have wedding dresses, ring bearer pillows, bridesmaid gowns and tuxedos for cheap. A further bargain is, after you wear the dress, provided it is still in good condition you can resale it to the consignment store.
  • Boutique stores – Niche consignment stores that often specialize in one item or one brand, such as designer clothes or jewelry.
  • Antique stores – Items from the past that have held up well over time are sold here. Often you can find great deals on secondhand furniture with a great sense of style.
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    Resashay Square Dance
    14833 Native Dancer Rd, N. Potomac, MD 20878
    A unique online Square Dance Consignment Shop. Take a little Peek! Buy or sell on consignment square dance apparel and accessories. Dress to dance for less.
    (301) 761-1011
    Tina's Consignment Shop Inc
    289 Muddy Branch Rd, Gaithersburg, MD 20878
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    (301) 921-9220
    User Review: "I have gone for years here not family run anymore"
    Chic to Chic Inc
    15900 Luanne Dr, Gaithersburg, MD 20877
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    (301) 926-7700
    User Review: "This is my favorite place to pick up wonderful bargains on beautiful quality clothing and shoes. The staff is very helpful..." - Devi (MD)
    Deja New Consignments
    10 W Main St, Middletown, MD 21769
    This is secondhand store full of consigned clothing for women and children. We have a large selection of top brand designer shoes, pants, tops, dresses, handbags and accessories at thrift store prices
    (240) 490-7716
    Enkore Kids
    146 S Main St, Boonsboro, MD 21713
    (301) 432-5913
    Enkore Kids
    5231 Buckeystown Pike, Frederick, MD 21704
    (301) 668-4240
    Chic to Chic Inc
    30 E Patrick St, Frederick, MD 21701
    (301) 620-8889
    Revival Consignment Exchange
    21 S Carroll St, Frederick, MD 21701
    (301) 662-8899
    Gathered Goods
    1105 E Patrick St, Frederick, MD 21701
    (240) 379-7355
    Someone With
    44 N Market St Fl 4, Frederick, MD 21701
    (240) 457-4388
    Fashion Exchange
    134 N East St, Frederick, MD 21701
    (301) 696-2011
    Act Ii
    13625 Pennsylvania Ave, Hagerstown, MD 21742
    (301) 739-0552
    Turn-Over II
    144 Fairground Ave, Hagerstown, MD 21740
    (301) 797-5507
    Encore Consignment Store
    3362 Urbana Pike Ste B, Ijamsville, MD 21754
    (240) 699-0001
    Consign Design
    979 Mount Aetna Rd, Hagerstown, MD 21740
    (301) 745-3100

    Some people frequent consignment shops to save money; others do it to not only save money but to adopt a unique vintage look. You may have to head back there every week to find just the bargain you’re looking for, but consignment shops may have the treasures you’re been seeking. Perhaps you know them as thrift shops, but whatever you call them, buying on consignment can be easy on your wallet. These second-hand resale stores stock anything from clothing and accessories to toys and books. People sell their used merchandise to consignment shops, such as outgrown baby clothing. The store then puts them on consignment, which means the seller gets a percentage of the price tag when someone buys the items. Consignment shops may be crowded with bargains, but the merchandise can change on a daily basis. The bridal or prom gown you wanted yesterday may not be there tomorrow; same thing with that secondhand play kitchen set for your kids. Collectibles, boutique furniture, jewelry, and shoes can all be had at a steal. Buy outlet antique clothes at low prices, too. You never know what you’ll find of value. Consignment shops may feature brand names on designer clothing, or they may have a lot of generic brand clothing as well. Buying used can save you a ton of money, and most consignment shops have rules as to what they will sell. The used clothing you donate or sell to such shops for resale must be relatively stylish, have all buttons and zippers intact, and be free of stains and rips. Most thrift or secondhand shops sell items for men, women, and children, whether designer brands or lesser known brands. Purchase outlet antique clothes to become part of your wardrobe, or pick up some vintage pieces of jewelry.
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