Baby clothes are so much fun to buy – especially those sweet little dresses and adorable onesies!
But the thing is that they only fit for a few months and then you’re on to the next size of new clothes. The takeaway here? It’s smart to sell your old baby clothes, but also smart to buy used baby clothes.
Happily, you can do both at six of the best baby and children’s resale shops in town.
Brands like Gap, Gymboree, Baby Lulu, Mini Boden, and Abercrombie are expensive, but not when you buy them at Kidding Around. In business since 1997, this shop carries items for newborns through juniors. They also have maternity clothing and a broad variety of new accessories such as bows, headbands, hats, and tutus.
Growing Again Children’s Resale Store
In addition to gently used children’s clothing, Growing Again offers toys and baby gear. Their store is ideal for grandparents who want to be able to watch their little ones but don’t want to spend a fortune.
From preemies to ‘tweens, this shop has you covered. As the name implies, you’ll also find maternity clothing here. Even better, the store has a special area set up where your little ones can watch movies or play while you shop in peace.
With a philosophy that money doesn’t grow on trees, this retail shop offers discounts up to 70 percent off retail prices. Look for clothing for newborns up to size 16 in brands like Gymboree, Old Navy, Tommy Hilfiger, and more.
Think of this place as a treat for moms. You’ll find Louis Vuitton hand bags, all kinds of jewelry, and some clothing for little ones.
It’s great to get good prices on children’s clothing, but the big-ticket items are things like cribs and bunk beds. This shop carries all kinds of furniture, including some for children’s rooms.
Children bring a lot of joy, but they also bring a lot of toys, gear, and clothing.
If you find yourself in between kids and need some place to store all of your gear before you need it again, consider self storage as a possible solution. At StorageMart, all of our units can be rented on a month-to-month basis. Need more info? Check out our storage unit guide or rent a unit online today.