10 Top Resale, Vintage and Thrift Shops in St. Louis

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Scoring deals on gently worn clothing and furniture is a great way to save money—as well as to build out your wardrobe and home in a sustainable way. Looking to get the most out of your budget on your next shopping trip? Check out these second-hand shops in the heart of St. Louis.

For Thrifted Finds

Revive Thrift St Louis ALIVE Magazine

Revive Thrift
Revive Thrift’s values center on restoration, and the thrift shop is committed to showing shoppers how clothing and housewares can be refreshed. Don’t miss the shop’s selection of furniture, which is often fully restored with colorful and modern touches. Revive also contributes proceeds to its nonprofit parent company, Mission: St. Louis, which aims to break the cycle of poverty in the city.

Goodwill of University City
The online reviews speak for themselves: this Goodwill is one of the most organized, ever. Stop by this Goodwill location for racks upon racks of gently used clothing, segmented by size and season, with discount finds that are frequently new with tags.

For Designer Threads

Byrd Designer Consignment St. Louis ALIVE Magazine

Byrd Designer Consignment
Immediately upon stepping into Byrdyou’ll instantly feel like you’ve stepped into Carrie Bradshaw’s closet. This upscale, polished consignment boutique touts labels like Chanel, Dior, Louis Vuitton and more, all at a fraction of retail prices.

The Vault Luxury Resale
If you’re on the hunt for designer threads, look no further than The Vault. Located in the inner-ring St. Louis suburb of Brentwood, visit the upscale reseller for gently used clothing, shoes and handbags that are verified authentic. Those Louboutins you’ve been coveting? Nab them at more than half off of retail price.

Women’s Closet Exchange
Hailed as one of St. Louis’ best-known consignment shops, the Women’s Closet Exchange has been providing shoppers with discounted designer goods for nearly 30 years. Visit this South County spot the next time you’re in need of a luxury handbag or dress for a big night out.


For Vintage Clothing

The Vintage Haberdashery St. Louis Alive Magazine

The Vintage Haberdashery
The Vintage Haberdashery’s assortment of unique vintage clothing is unparalleled, and the inside of its brick-and-mortar is just as quirky. The Tower Grove South shop offers vintage clothing as well as vintage rentals for special events.

Ace of Hearts Vintage Clothing
Nestled in Benton Park, Ace of Hearts Vintage Clothing is a go-to destination for snagging eclectic vintage finds on a dime. The perfect 1920s drop-waist dress? Chances are, Ruth’s has it. Drop in weekly for the best new finds, like the neighborhood locals do. 

Retro 101/Cherry Bomb Vintage
It’s not hard to come across the perfect vintage find at Retro 101/Cherry Bomb Vintage, for vintage clothing, accessories and furniture across a range of decades for both men and women.

For Home Decor

South Jefferson Mid Century Modern St Louis Alive Magazine

South Jefferson Mid Century Modern
Calling all home-decor fanatics: this one’s for you. South Jefferson Mid Century Modern’s storefront is overflowing (literally) with one-of-a-kind mid-century modern finds. With a cult following in St. Louis, you’ll be hard pressed not to find this store packed with shoppers during its operating hours on Friday, Saturday and Sunday.

Clubhouse Shop
Located in the Central West End, look to Clubhouse for unique vintage furniture and pre-owned apparel at reasonable prices. Each purchase from the shop matters: all proceeds go toward the Independence Center, which provides care to adults living with mental illnesses.

The Green Goose
Since its opening in 2011, The Green Goose has become a local favorite for expertly curated furniture and home decor. Check out this Webster Groves consignment gallery for unique tables, sofas and decor in addition to gifts and works of art created by St. Louis-based artisans.

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