Are you looking for ways to look stylish and save money at women’s consignment stores? Here is our list of the best women’s consignment shops in Greenville, SC. Get ready to find great deals!
For even more deals be sure to see our list of children’s consignment stores.
Love getting a great deal on a designer sweater or a cute summer dress? I do! Even though I’m not a huge fan of shopping, I do love heading out to local consignment shops in Greenville because I know that I will find great clothes at very affordable prices – and that certainly makes the experience enjoyable. Consignment shops are also a great way to clean out your own closet and get cash for pieces that you no longer wear.
Greenville has some pretty awesome women’s consignment shops and our readers gave us a few of their own recommendations here – plus we added in a couple more for you to check out! ~Kristina Hernandez
The Best Women’s Consignment Shops in Greenville
Nearly New Shop
KAG readers love this shop. One reader described the Nearly New Shop as “fantastic”. It’s run by the Junior League of Greenville and all funds go to support their mission and programs. They accept donations, which are tax-deductible, of new or gently used clothing, jewelry and shoes, children’s toys, seasonal items, books, furniture, and small appliances. Here is a list of what Nearly New Shop accepts and doesn’t accept.
118 Greenacre Road, Greenville
Clothes Mentor is one of my favorites. I happened to go there once during a sale where a ton of their clothing was only $5! I got a bunch of great pieces for not much money. Their staff has always been really nice and they have a great maternity section as well, which one KAG reader noted. Everything is arranged by size and color as well and they have a large selection of clothes, shoes, and accessories. For women who want to consign clothes, the store pays them cash on the spot. Clothes Mentor carries sizes 0-4X, as well as petite sizes. Reader Abigail says, “Clothes Mentor! Affordable, stylish, and great customer service.”
30 Orchard Park Drive, Greenville
This shop got a couple of thumbs up from our readers who enjoy shopping here. Safe Harbor Resale Shop is connected with Safe Harbor of Greenville, which provides assistance to victims and their children of domestic violence. (Note: This store is a resale store not a consignment shop.)
2830 Wade Hampton Boulevard, Greenville
L’s on Augusta Consignment
This shop got many accolades from KAG Readers. Reader Tori tells us that she loves to sell there when they are accepting. That’s a big perk of consignment shops as well is that you can make some money on clothes that you no longer wear but are in good shape. L’s on Augusta prides itself on having quality clothes, many with name-brand tags. They also offer shoes, jewelry and accessories. “Great selection of a variety of brands and price-points. Great and unpretentious service,” says KAG reader Catherine.
1517 August Street, Greenville
Labels Designer Consignments
Labels Designer Consignments promises an “economically savvy and ecologically friendly fashion experience” at their boutique shop. When the owner was designing the store, she really wanted to make a place where she would be comfortable shopping that had great clothes at affordable prices within a friendly atmosphere. You are also able to shop online!
1922 Augusta Street #112, Greenville
Double Digits A Consignment Boutique
Double Digits is a consignment boutique specifically geared towards sizes 10 and up. One KAG readers says that Double Digits has “great styles and prices.” Follow them on Facebook as they frequently post super cute new items that they get in.
1525-A N. Pleasantburg Drive, Greenville
Saige Consignment Boutique
An upscale women’s clothing consignment store, Saige Consignment Boutique has an addictive Instagram account, where they continually update their followers with great pieces they have in stock. KAG Reader, Lisa, says, “Saige consignment! Locally owned, stylish.”
221 Pelham Road, Greenville
Kids & More Consignment
This consignment store was recommended by several women on our Facebook page… and they said not to be fooled by the name “Kids & More“—they have adult clothing, too. KAG Reader, Kim, even said she’s always surpised by “the deals she finds on ANYTHING there”.
206 New Neely Ferry Road, Suite E, Mauldin
Your Little Boutique and More
This consignment store, Your Little Boutique and More, also came highly recommended by several women on our Facebook page. Readers said “Amazing kids and adult clothing!” and “I always find the best deals for myself and both of my boys!”.
1601 Cedar Lane Road, Suite 23, Greenville
Blue and Gold Macaw Consignment Boutique
A wonderful boutique consignment shop with excellent customer service, Blue and Gold Macaw really delivers. A reader exclaims that they have “really nice clothes, shoes and accessories. Great prices and all either new or like new. And current too!” What more do you need? Find them on Facebook to see their latest additions.
1601 Woodruff Road, Suite D, Greenville (in The Fresh Market Shopping Center)
Several KAG readers mentioned they love the Miracle Hill thrift stores, specifically calling out the ones in Mauldin, Travelers Rest and the shops on Pleasantburg and Wade Hampton. I’m a big fan of Miracle Hill as well and have had luck sorting through their racks.
See the Miracle Hill website for specific locations.
A chain consignment store with a local flare since each is individually owned and operated, Plato’s Closet is a fun consignment shop that actually has both women’s and men’s clothing. They also offer cash on the spot for customers who want to consign items. KAG reader, Mindy, says she’s “gotten some great deals on stuff that hasn’t even been worn.”
621 Haywood Road, Greenville
Do you have a favorite consignment shop for women to add to our list?