If you clean out your closet every season and feel bad about throwing away perfectly good clothing that you’re just not into anymore, then do yourself and the environment a favour and keep on reading. You know the saying, ‘one man’s trash is another man’s treasure’? Well it’s totally true and what you don’t wear, could be someone else’s new favourite piece, so why not sell it? There are tons of consignment stores in Toronto that are willing to take your old clothes off your hands and they’re even willing to pay you for it!
Check out our list of the 7 best consignment stores in Toronto!
Head to Queen West to shop all sorts of designer awesomeness at Consign Toronto. This consignment store has three floors that are totally filled with goodies from brands like Dior, Balenciaga, Gucci, and more. No appointment is necessary and you can get up to 70% back on your items.
Located in the Leaside neighbourhood of Toronto, designer consignment store Extoggery carries brands like Madewell, Tory Burch, Louis Vuitton, Canada Goose, Alexander McQueen, and more. Once your clothes sell here, you’ll get 45% of the retail selling price instantly credited to your account.
Head to the trendy Ossington strip to check out what fabulous designer vintage is in-store at I Miss You Vintage. Not only are the prices super reasonable at this consignment mecca, but you can score some coveted pieces of fashion history, too. Items that are over $100 will be paid out at 50% for the consigner upon sale and brands you can expect to shop range from Chanel, Gucci, and Fendi to Zimmerman, Acne Studios, and Yves Saint Laurent.
It seems that you can find anything and everything on West Queen West and that includes designer consignment stores. Garb caters to both men and women and carries only the trendiest labels. Once you consign here, you’ll receive 50% from every item sold. Shop brands like Marc Jacobs, Manolo Blahnik, Gucci, and Christian Louboutin to name a few.
With three locations in Toronto, Common Sort should definitely be on your radar. The store will take your gently used clothes and offer you 25% cash or 50% of what they plan on selling it for on credit to use in the store. Though Common Sort does sell vintage, it has a huge selection of premium branded clothes. Brands we’ve spotted before include Marc Jacobs, Jimmy Choo, Kate Spade and more. Because the store buys all of its stock directly from customers, its inventory is constantly changing so if you see something you like, we highly suggest grabbing it right away, it might be your only chance!
Fashionably Yours is a designer consignment shop that’s located on Queen West. The store carries brands like Louis Vuitton, Chanel, Hermes, and more. Though the store doesn’t offer cash to consigners upfront, it does have an awesome system that works just as well. Once the folks there have inspected the product you’d like to bring in, they’ll ask you the estimated date and retail price you bought it for. Based on that, they will determine a new selling price and once the item is sold, you will split the sale 50/50. Even better is that through its online system, you’re able to track your selling items. If the item hasn’t sold after 120 days, you can pick your item up or donate it. If you’re looking to shop, Fashionably Yours guarantees 100% authenticity and have an online shop where you can shop comfortably from home.
For expertly curated designer consignment, head to VSP Consignment that’s on the Dundas West block. You can find contemporary and rare treasures in brands like Rag & Bone, Louis Vuitton, 3.1 Phillip Lim, Chanel, Christian Louboutin, Kenzo, and more all in mint condition. If you’re looking to shop, items as young as just last season can be found here. Looking to sell? You can go to the shop to sell without an appointment Monday to Friday, and the folks there will offer you 50% of the items selling price.
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