These Consignment Shops Offer Fantastic Finds in Westchester

Whether you’re looking to shop or consign your own clothing, here are a few swanky Westchester consignment shops.

It’s hard to resist the allure of high fashion, but super easy to reject the astronomical price tag. Luckily, local consignment shops will allow you to rock couture without spending your last penny. Feel the excitement of snagging a great deal on a pair of Louboutins or a Chanel wallet while taking heart in the fact that you are helping the planet with your eco-friendly decision to buy secondhand.

Home Again Consignments

121 Main Street, Dobbs Ferry; 914.693.8900

In 2015, an old dry cleaner was transformed into a furniture consignment shop. To this day, the store’s mission is to help customers furnish and decorate their homes affordably and creatively using secondhand items. Whether you’re looking to only consign a few pieces or a hold an estate or moving sale, Home Again can help to organize, display, and sell the items. The shop carries antiques, midcentury modern finds, and contemporary pieces. The Dobbs Ferry store has lent furniture and accessories to locally filmed TV shows and movies such as The Girl on The Train and The OA.

 

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LUXE Luxury Labels

41 Maple Ave, Armonk; 914.861.2649

A Best of Westchester winner in 2017, 2020, and 2023, this Armonk luxury boutique has taken its store digital. The retail space posts its top picks on Instagram for followers to purchase through the app. With Louis Vuitton passport holders and a Christian Dior embroidered jacket, shoppers are sure to find something up their alley either in the Armonk storefront or online.

 

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Opportunity Shop

61 N Greely Ave, Chappaqua; 914.483.4144

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This Chappaqua store, operated by Briarcliff’s Congregation Sons of Israel Synagogue, accepts and sells a wide variety of items ranging from sporting goods and tools to artwork and clothing. The shop accepts donations any time during operating hours, making it the perfect outlet to declutter and consign unwanted items in your home.

Once Upon a Child

455 Central Park Ave, Scarsdale; 914.874.5535

If you are looking for gently used kids’ clothing, shoes, toys, and baby gear, check out Once Upon a Child. There is always a revolving selection of top name children’s clothes at up to 70% off regular retail prices. For those looking to give their items a second life, the store pays you cash on the spot for your donations.

Penny Pincher Boutique

184 Harris Rd, Bedford Hills

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The largest consignment shop in Westchester has been in business for over 35 years and boasts a large selection of designer goods. Chanel, Gucci, and Prada are just a few of the high-end names you’ll find on the shelves. It puts out an eclectic array of antique, contemporary, and decorative home furnishings. The boutique also has an impressive jewelry department with a mix of new and estate pieces available.

Trilogy Consignment

54 Main St, Tarrytown; 914.631.3426

Tarrytown’s consignment shop hosts racks of seasonal wear courtesy of local sellers. If you’re a new consignor, the store must accept at least three items and no more than 15. They must be clean, odor-free, and seasonal clothes, shoes, bags, scarves, or jewelry. The shop accepts both vintage and modern items, but they must be stylish and of decent quality.

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