Walk into Butterfly Consignment and the charm and class of this mid-size boutique will greet you at the door.
Looking for a Hamilton County experience without the price tag? Check out Carmel Consignment – and you might say bye-bye to your favorite boutique!
There’s one secondhand store I brag about consistently! In just about every photo I’m wearing something from the Goodwill in Carmel, Indiana. Take a look at why this particular GW ranks amongst my all-time faves.
It’s a funny name with an unexpected meaning. Toggery, which sounds to me like a snobby British-nose-in-the-air phrase, simply means clothing store. But you’ll find much more than clothes and accessories at this resale boutique.
Value World boasts 40,000 square feet of space inside a strip mall near 38th and Georgetown Road. On Sunday afternoons, this place is a madhouse. It’s not pretty. Not tidy. And, can be downright overwhelming for the Virgin Secondhand Shopper (VSS).
Each rack is a constant reminder of this store’s respect for its customers’ time, style, wisdom and money. Everything I picked up was stain-free, rip-free and fairly priced. Surely, there’s truth and pride behind the name Selective Seconds.
Welcome to a Batcave for the man who hates the hassle of big box shopping, but loves having a diverse array of style choices at his fingertips. Designer Men’s Room appeals directly to a man’s sensibilities from the time he steps over the threshold.
In Vogue Consignment is very easy to navigate if you know your price range. From the front door, look to the right – for a mid-size section full of discounted clothing. Look to the left for the newer items that aren’t yet on sale. And if you have designer taste, and you’re willing to splurge a bit – head straight toward the back left side of the store – where you’ll find enough high end suits, dresses, shoes and coats to make your wallet ask for CPR.
A welcomed retreat from loud Rockville Road. Check out the first consignment store in Avon.
If there’s ever a shopping spot where I leave needing a hot shower to get rid of the grime, it’s the Salvation Army. No matter which location I travel to, I go home feeling the same: baptized in the funk of crawlspace clothes, Frito feet and grandma’s attic. But as I always say, there are several saving graces to any Sal’s: No one will bother you, everyone is helpful, and if you are a true treasure hunter, you will leave with clothes, shoes, boots and even jewelry that costs pennies compared to normal retail, resale and consignment store prices.
I knew there was something unique about this place, but I couldn’t quite put my swollen preggie finger on it right away. As I waddled around Designer Outlet, I found myself wanting to touch and try on so many of its eclectic offerings.
Spacious and diverse. Welcome to a one woman show that does it all. Off the Hanger offers a smorgasbord of styles for men, women and juniors of all sizes! There’s a wall filled with shoes, 4 racks for the big and beautiful, a tie rack, 3 men’s racks, 2 maternity racks, a long rack filled with higher end labels – plus jewelry, belts, hats, scarves and purses galore! Whoa! You will need a ton of time to explore this southside style depot.Stay tuned for my Pretty Preggie Spotlight Best of Awards. Find out which consignment/resale stores were my best and worst picks. Have a happy shopping weekend and enjoy your Halloween! DeShong Perry-Smitherman, The Secondhand Pretty Preggie