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The Top 7 Consignment Clothing Stores in Dallas

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Whether you're looking for Louis (Vuitton) or selling your Gucci, consignment stores can be a sartorial wonderland. Here are our top picks for the area's best consignment emporiums.


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1. Clotheshorse Anonymous

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11661 Preston Rd., Suite 236
Dallas, TX 75230
What You Can Sell: Designer transitional spring (gauze, linen, spaghetti straps, cotton eyelet) clothing and accessories, including scarves, handbags, shoes, jewelry, designer sunglasses and cocktail attire. High-end wallets, other small leather goods and upscale gift items are also in demand. How Much You'll Get For It: Eight marketable items are needed to open a contract (there is no maximum). Contracts extend for 60 days at a 50/50 split. Items priced over $500 will have a 90 day contract and the consignor receives 60 percent.

2. Revente Resale

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5400 E. Mockingbird Lane
Dallas, TX 75206
(214) 823-2800
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What You Can Sell: High-end labels (think Tory Burch, DKNY, Chanel) in-season, less than two years old and in excellent condition. How Much You'll Get For It: Consigned items are on the selling floor for a minimum of 60 days, with 40 percent of the selling price going to the consignor. Any items that are not marketable or that do not sell within the contract period will be donated, and tax receipts are available upon request.

3. Clothes Circuit

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6105 Sherry Lane
Dallas, TX 75225
(214) 696-8634
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What You Can Sell: The store has a season-long consignment option and is able to sell 93 percent of the items which it consigns. Items which remain unsold after our final End of Season sale are donated to The Family Place in the consignor's name. How Much You'll Get For It: Selling contracts extend for an entire season with 45 percent of the selling price going to a consignor. You'll receive 60 percent for any jewelry priced over $400 or handbags/clothing priced over $750.

4. Vintage Martini

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1106 W. Main St
Carrollton, TX 75006
(972) 466-4400
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What You Can Sell: Vintage and newer high-end designer items. A contract and inventory is done on the spot, and consignments are taken for a four-month period. How Much You'll Get for It: You're paid once a month, with a 50/50 split. At the end of the consignment, you will be sent a farewell letter stating you have the option of picking up any of the items remaining.

5. Dolly Python

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1916 N. Haskell Ave
Dallas, TX
(214) 887-3434
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What You Can Sell: The store says "anything a little unusual or questionable" they probably will be interested in. 'Nuf said. How Much You'll Get for It: Depends on the item.

6. Kidswap

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6608 Snider Plaza
Dallas, TX
(214) 890-7927
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What You Can Sell: Kids name-brand clothing. How Much You'll Get for It: The consignor receives 40 percent of the actual sales price, less repair, cleaning and pressing fees if applicable. At the end of the first 30 days, sales prices are reduced 30 percent, and after 60 days, another 10 percent. The consignment lasts 60 days. At the end of 60 days, merchandise may be picked up.

7. My Secret Closet

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17390 Preston Road
Dallas, TX
(972) 267-1144
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What You Can Sell: Name-brand contemporary clothing such as Johnny Was, Celine and BCBG. How Much You'll Get for it: The store requires eight eligible items to open an account; items will be kept for a maximum of 60 days with a 50/50 split.

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1. Clotheshorse Anonymous

11661 Preston Rd., Suite 236, Dallas, TX 75230
What You Can Sell: Designer transitional spring (gauze, linen, spaghetti straps, cotton eyelet) clothing and accessories, including scarves, handbags, shoes, jewelry, designer sunglasses and cocktail attire. High-end wallets, other small leather goods and upscale gift items are also in demand. How Much You'll Get For It: Eight marketable items are needed to open a contract (there is no maximum). Contracts extend for 60 days at a 50/50 split. Items priced over $500 will have a 90 day contract and the consignor receives 60 percent.
11661 Preston Rd., Suite 236
Dallas, TX 75230

2. Revente Resale

5400 E. Mockingbird Lane, Dallas, TX 75206
What You Can Sell: High-end labels (think Tory Burch, DKNY, Chanel) in-season, less than two years old and in excellent condition. How Much You'll Get For It: Consigned items are on the selling floor for a minimum of 60 days, with 40 percent of the selling price going to the consignor. Any items that are not marketable or that do not sell within the contract period will be donated, and tax receipts are available upon request.
5400 E. Mockingbird Lane
Dallas, TX 75206

3. Clothes Circuit

6105 Sherry Lane, Dallas, TX 75225
What You Can Sell: The store has a season-long consignment option and is able to sell 93 percent of the items which it consigns. Items which remain unsold after our final End of Season sale are donated to The Family Place in the consignor's name. How Much You'll Get For It: Selling contracts extend for an entire season with 45 percent of the selling price going to a consignor. You'll receive 60 percent for any jewelry priced over $400 or handbags/clothing priced over $750.
6105 Sherry Lane
Dallas, TX 75225

4. Vintage Martini

1106 W. Main St, Carrollton, TX 75006
What You Can Sell: Vintage and newer high-end designer items. A contract and inventory is done on the spot, and consignments are taken for a four-month period. How Much You'll Get for It: You're paid once a month, with a 50/50 split. At the end of the consignment, you will be sent a farewell letter stating you have the option of picking up any of the items remaining.
1106 W. Main St
Carrollton, TX 75006

5. Dolly Python

1916 N. Haskell Ave, Dallas, TX
What You Can Sell: The store says "anything a little unusual or questionable" they probably will be interested in. 'Nuf said. How Much You'll Get for It: Depends on the item.
1916 N. Haskell Ave
Dallas, TX

6. Kidswap

6608 Snider Plaza, Dallas, TX
What You Can Sell: Kids name-brand clothing. How Much You'll Get for It: The consignor receives 40 percent of the actual sales price, less repair, cleaning and pressing fees if applicable. At the end of the first 30 days, sales prices are reduced 30 percent, and after 60 days, another 10 percent. The consignment lasts 60 days. At the end of 60 days, merchandise may be picked up.
6608 Snider Plaza
Dallas, TX

7. My Secret Closet

17390 Preston Road, Dallas, TX
What You Can Sell: Name-brand contemporary clothing such as Johnny Was, Celine and BCBG. How Much You'll Get for it: The store requires eight eligible items to open an account; items will be kept for a maximum of 60 days with a 50/50 split.
17390 Preston Road
Dallas, TX