Edmonton Secondhand Clothing Store Guide

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Last Updated on August 30, 2023

Thrifting guide for Edmonton. Where to shop for secondhand clothing including designer, vintage, trendy, budget-friendly, and charitable options. As well as where to sell, consign, and donate used clothing in Edmonton.

Want to shop by location? Jump down to see our map of all the secondhand stores.

Consignment Stores in Edmonton

Consignment store offer a more curated secondhand shopping experience of modern and trendy items, as well as some offering luxury/designer brands or vintage garments.

Blogger Armoire – Designer and luxury consignment store on 124th st.

Good Stuff – High-end women’s apparel and accessories in the Glenora neighborhood.

Mod Uncorked – One of our favourites! They recently moved to a new off-Whyte location which showcases a large selection of trendy, vintage, designer, and popular brands (including some menswear!). No appointment necessary to consign.

My Favorite Aunt’s – Just off Whitemud Dr. this consignment store has a variety of classic and modern garment as well as home decor. Appointment required to consign.

Nu2You – Off-Whyte store with women’s designer and luxury clothing and bags. Appointment required to consign.

Red Pony – Another of our favourites! Red Pony specializes in Canadian brands and independent designers and also carries vintage – great for unique and sustainable pieces. Appointment required to consign.

Wardrobe on Whyte – Second-floor boutique on Whyte Ave with a selection of popular brands and classic pieces. Appointment required to consign.

Wrinkled – Whyte Ave women’s consignment boutique focused on trendy pieces and popular brands. Appointment required to consign.


LUXMRKT – Men’s consignment store on 124th street. Carry business and casual apparel. Appointment required to consign (must send photos first).

Red Pony consignment store

Used Clothing Stores

Plato’s Closet – Another Strathcona secondhand store, Plato’s Closet carries more affordable and fast fashion brands. No appointment required to sell, cash in hand.

Sol Revival Thrift – Secondhand and vintage store on Jasper Ave and 124th St.

Once Upon a Child – Children’s only resale store including clothing, toys, and baby equipment. 2 locations in Edmonton, 1 in Sherwood Park. No appointment required to sell, cash in hand.

Vintage Clothing Boutiques in Edmonton

Secondhand stores specializing in vintage garments – 90s and earlier.

From Another – Vintage unisex and men’s streetwear and tees on Whyte Ave. No appointment required to sell.

HoneyLoungeVintage – Online Etsy shop from an Edmonton vintage seller.

Swish Vintage – Lovely consignment boutique on 124th St. specializing in vintage garments and accessories primarily from the 60s-80s. Appointment required to consign.

Tipsy Palm – Online local vintage store.

Wildrose Vintage – Whyte Ave upstairs boutique with a large selection of 90s and Y2K unisex streetwear, primarily t shirts. No appointment required to sell.

Wildrose Vintage 90s streetwear

Thrift Stores & Charity Shops

The most affordable secondhand shopping option, thrift stores typically offer a selection of donated clothing in a variety of styles, many use profits to directly support charities and non-profit programs.

Bissel Thrift Shop – Charity shop supporting Bissel Centre and their programs.

Blenderz – “Pay by the Pound” secondhand clothing store and also Edmonton’s only no-export textile recycler – for a small fee Blenderz will recycle worn out garments. They also offer great sewing and upcycling workshops.

Christcity Lighthouse Thrift Boutique – Charity shop supporting their programs.

Goodwill – Global network of thrift stores.

I’m Unique Thrift Store – Charity shop in St. Albert supporting the LoSeCa Foundation.

MCC Thrift Shop – thrift store across Canada supporting the Mennonite Cental Committee.

Mission Thrift – Canada-wide Christian thrift stores.

More Than a Fad – thrift store supporting the Adeara Recovery Centre.

The Mustard Seed Thrift – Clothing and homegoods thrift store which support The Mustard Seed’s Employment Program.

The Salvation Army – Global network of thrift stores.

Value Village – Thrift stores across North America

Map of Secondhand Stores in Edmonton

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