Best Consignment
Shops in Seattle

Why These Consignment Shops?

Our goal is to connect people with the best local experts. We scored consignment shops on more than 25 variables across five categories, and analysed the results to give you a hand-picked list of the best consignment shops in Seattle, WA.

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Our Selection Criteria:

  • 1. Reputation

    A history of delighted customers and outstanding service.

  • 2. Credibility

    Building customer confidence with licensing, accreditations, and awards.

  • 3. Experience

    Masters of their craft, based on years of practical experience and education.

  • 4. Availability

    Consistently approachable and responsive, so customers never feel ignored.

  • 5. Professionalism

    Providing service with honesty, reliability, and respect.


Alexandra’s is a consignment store that opened more than 25 years ago in the heart of downtown Seattle. The 2,400-square-foot boutique offers current top designer women’s clothing and accessories, including handbags, scarves, jewelry, and sunglasses. The company accepts only the best of the previous seasons’ clothing from top labels such as Chanel and Fendi, as well as leading-edge designers and young, more moderately priced labels. Alexandra’s also has an online store. No appointment is necessary for prospective consignors, and Alexandra’s offers a one-year consignment period. Unsold items are donated to the Children’s Orthopedic Hospital in the name of the consignor.

Seattle, WA(206) 623-1214


Armadillo Consignment

Armadillo Consignment is a consignment business in Seattle that specializes in mid-century, modern, and contemporary used furniture, home decor, lighting, and women’s clothing. The company has a reputation for having inventory that is very gently used, yet priced competitively. Armadillo Consignment takes measures to ensure that all its consigned items are in excellent condition; they don't accept items coming from a smoking environment, where items were regularly exposed to pets, and they also refuse items that are either heavily damaged or missing parts. The company prefers to pre-approve furniture consignments, so prospective clients are asked to bring or send Armadillo Consignment a photo of the item(s) and a description that includes dimensions and age in advance of appointments.

Seattle, WA(206) 363-6700


Classic Consignment

Classic Consignment has been in business in Seattle for more than 20 years. The 6,000-square-foot store offers an ever-changing mix of consignment items, including home furnishings, home decorating accessories, and women’s clothing and accessories. The store offers an off-street parking lot next door. All items to be consigned must be clean, blemish-free, and in working order. The consignment of furniture must be pre-approved, and consignors receive 50 percent of the sale price on furniture items. The consignment of clothing and accessories is by appointment only. Classic Consignment pays out on goods sold every two months only.

Seattle, WA(206) 781-7061


Curvy Q.T.

Curvy Q.T. is a plus-size women’s clothing consignment shop in Poulsbo. The business opened in 2003 as Big Hugs and was renamed when purchased by Stacy and Jason Patrick in the summer of 2011. Along with the name change, the store also rebranded itself to offer more trendy, younger items. Curvy Q.T. accepts name brand clothing sized XL and larger as well as designer accessories such as purses and wallets. Items to be consigned should be in ready-to-sell condition and in season. Unsold items are donated to the Kitsap Foster Care Association.

Poulsbo, WA(360) 779-1192



Felipa’s is a women’s and children’s clothing consignment store that has served Seattle’s Laurelhurst neighborhood for more than two decades. The business also consigns fashion accessories and shoes. Felipa’s offers both professional and casual wear as well as maternity clothing and accessories. Felipa’s accepts only in-season, current items for consignment, styles that came out within the last two years, and by appointment only. New consignors need a minimum of five items to open an account.

Seattle, WA(206) 524-7649


Fury Consignment

Fury Consignment is a family-owned, high-end women’s consignment shop in Seattle that opened in 1985. The business accepts new items daily from a variety of designer brands, including Ann Taylor, Prada, and Chanel. The company offers both new and lightly used merchandise. Women’s clothing and accessories are accepted by appointment only, and the company has a daily limit on items an individual client can bring to an appointment. Items to be consigned must come from a non-smoking household, be in season, and be a current style.

Seattle, WA(206) 329-6829


Gather Consignment

Gather Consignment is a women’s clothing and accessories consignment store in Seattle. The business constantly changes its inventory based on the season of the year. The company accepts consignments by appointment only, and prospective clients can make appointments by phone or in person. Gather Consignment requires all clothes to be cleaned, pressed, and on hangers when brought in for consignment. The company makes no guarantee to accept all items offered for consignment. Items will be displayed for a minimum of 60 days, and consignors receive either cash or store credit for their share of total sales.

Seattle, WA(206) 760-0674


Labels Consignment Clothing

Labels Consignment Clothing is a women’s and children’s clothing consignment shop that opened in the Phinney Ridge neighborhood in Seattle in 1988. The business accepts women's and children's clothing and accessories in great condition including vintage clothing that reflects current styles. The store also accepts slacks and blazers but not full two-piece suits. The store also does not consign larger children’s accessories, including strollers, toys, or books. Consignments are made by appointment only, and all women’s clothing must be clean, pressed, and either on hangers or folded nicely in shopping bags. Consignors receive 50 percent of the selling price, and checks are issued every other month on the 1st.

Seattle, WA(206) 781-1194


Le Frock

Le Frock is a clothing consignment company that has been in business for 20 years in the Capitol Hill section of Seattle. The business offers new and lightly used designer clothing and accessories for both men and women. The company accepts both contemporary and vintage clothing styles. No appointments are necessary for sellers to bring their items for consignment. Seattle Magazine named Le Frock in its 78 Top Shops yearly edition as the Best Shop to Find Current Designer Labels Second Hand.

Seattle, WA(206) 623-5339


Luxury on Demand

Luxury on Demand is a modern consignment boutique in Seattle. The owner previously sold her own line of women’s clothing before shutting down that business five years ago. Her time as a designer sharpened her eye to find the right items to consign. Luxury on Demand offers its inventory of designer clothing, shoes, and accessories online. The company accepts all major credit cards and offers layaway. Consignors receive from 50 to 70 percent of total sales based on a tiered commission system.

Seattle, WA(206) 316-2545


Revolve Consignment

Revolve Consignment is a women’s clothing consignment business with stores in Normandy Park and Issaquah. The company consigns current women’s clothing in zero to plus sizes, as well as jewelry, shoes, scarves, and purses. Owner Terri Thorne uses her background in logistics management to develop a well-organized floor plan and consignment policy. The company offers a loyalty rewards program. Drop-ins are welcome for consignors with 10 items or less. Otherwise, consignors must make an appointment.

Issaquah, WA(425) 295-7984


Sell Your Sole

Sell Your Sole is a consignment boutique in the Belltown section of Seattle. The shop sells gently used designer women’s apparel, shoes, and accessories. The store accepts items purchased from both luxury department stores and local boutiques. No appointment is necessary for prospective consignors, and there is no minimum number of items. Sell Your Sole offers both cash or in-store credit to its clients. Proceeds are paid out monthly, and Sell Your Sole mails out checks to all consignors.

Seattle, WA(206) 443-2616


Take 2

Take 2 is a consignment shop that opened in Seattle’s Capitol Hill neighborhood in 1984. Take 2 sells both new and like-new apparel, jewelry, and accessories. The company takes consignments seven days a week by appointment. Take 2 specializes in contemporary clothing and shoes for both men and women. Items must be for the current season, and unsold items are donated to Jubilee Women’s Center, Lifelong AIDS Alliance, and R Place.

Seattle, WA(206) 324-2569


Two Big Blondes

Two Big Blondes is a women’s plus-size consignment store in Seattle. The company specializes in top designer clothing for women sizes 14 and larger, including talls and petites, as well as accessories such as jewelry, purses, and shoes. The company offers a gift certificate to clients who bring a friend who has never shopped at Two Big Blondes before. The business is affiliated with the Seattle Women’s Assistance Fund. The company also posts its inventory online, and clients can purchase items from Two Big Blondes’ eBay or Etsy stores.

Seattle, WA(206) 762-8620


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