Everyone knows that NYC is anything but cheap, but if you search long and hard enough, you can find some deals! This list of clothing stores includes thrifts, consignment stores and outlets.
Housing Works Thrift Store
This is “feel-good” shopping at it’s finest. The 13 Housing Works locations in New York City sell high-end vintage and contemporary treasures to bargain hunters and fashionistas alike. In return for your purchase, Housing Works provides more than $18 million in funding per year to support their mission to end AIDS and Homelessness.
Address: 130 Crosby St, New York and 12 other locations
Ok so INA isn’t actually cheap per se, but depending on your budget and what it is you’re looking for, you might be able to find some deals. INA has been operating in the city since 1993 and it’s known as the crown jewel of luxury consignment. If you’re looking to sell some of your more expensive clothes or bags, they’re a good place to check out.
Gabay’s is an NYC institution, especially for luxury goods. They’ve been located in the East Village for over 50 years and you can grab steals on some high end labels for up to 30% off!
Century 21 is a massive department store that stocks labels like Lanvin, YSL, and Balenciaga at up to 70 percent off retail price. Century 21 is a NYC leader in high-end off-price fashion retail as they offer men’s, women’s and children’s apparel, footwear, outerwear, lingerie and accessories, along with beauty and home goods. The retailer has headquarters in Downtown Manhattan and has 10 stores all over New York in total.
AuH20 Thriftique is a curated thrift and vintage boutique located at 84 East 7th Street. The shop features a mix of women’s recycled clothing, shoes and accessories, and an awesome selection of vintage jewelry.
Beacon’s Closet has four locations across Manhattan and Brooklyn and they’re all filled with tons of goodies. While the Williamsburg space boasts over 5,000 square feet, the smaller Manhattan locations live up to the quantity and quality of the products although the space is significantly smaller. A mix of high street and designer goods are easy to come by especially brands like Marc Jacobs.
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