Top 10 resale shops in Houston

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Monday, November 23, 2020
Houston's best resale shops
Houston's best resale shops

HOUSTON, Texas (KTRK) -- From consignment to charitable thrift stores, we found your favorite resale shops in the area. Here is a list.

Family Thrift Outlet

Family Thrift Outlets have a very unique business model that makes finding great deals very easy! On Thursdays, all items at the store are priced at $2. The prices drop a quarter each day until all items are only $0.25 on Wednesdays. There are several locations in the area.

Blue Bird Circle

Having been in Houston since 1959, The Blue Bird Circle Resale Shop accepts donations and consignments. Consignors are paid 60 percent of the amounts received for the sale of consigned items, and the remaining 40 percent that goes to The Blue Bird Circle is used to benefit The Blue Bird Circle Clinic for Pediatric Neurology at Texas Children's Hospital and other philanthropic activities.

The Guild Shop

The Guild consignment shop sells anything from furniture to clothes. Before you take your items to consign them at The Guild, check their website. They give a very detailed list of what they are and are not accepting at the time.

Buffalo Exchange

If you take your clothes to Buffalo Exchange, they'll give you cash or store credit on the spot. This time of year they're even buying and selling gently used Halloween costumes. Buffalo Exchange has locations all over the country, and one in Montrose.


Many hidden treasures can be found at your local Goodwill. There are drop off locations all around the city, so it's convenient to drop off your unwanted goods. When you donate your items, hang on to your receipt. At the end of the year, you can claim a tax deduction for clothing and household items that are in good condition.

MAM - Memorial Assistance Ministries

All proceeds from the resale operation at MAM support Memorial Assistance Ministries' programs to help those in need. They even have a boutique with higher end resale items and a vintage jewelry counter. You can find anything from electronics to books and toys. Even though we are in the midst of the pandemic, MAM is still here to help, offering services remotely by phone, video, text, online and email.

Value Village

The women's department at Value Village has over 40,000 pieces with prices starting at $0.49. They have all sizes and styles too. They also sell men's and kids clothes, furniture and electronics.

More Than You Can Imagine

If you're in the market for a designer duds but don't want to pay full price, check out More Than You Can Imagine consignment shop on Westheimer. Chanel, Christian Louboutin, and Hermes are just some of the high-end brands you'll see there. Follow them on social media to be the first to know when they get new sought-after items.

ANEW-U Boutique

ANEW-U Boutique in Tomball is a great place to get women's designer clothes at a deep discount. There's also a great selection of Rodeo wear at ANEW-U, so keep them in mind when the time comes or stock up now.

First Dibs

This one-stop-shop in Memorial is where you can get designer items for a fraction of the original price. The store has three floors and a wall full of hot-ticket items including bags from Louis Vuitton, Prada, Gucci and Chanel.