Find One-of-a-Kind Fashions at Hudson Valley Consignment Shops

Whether to trade once-loved items or find designer and vintage steals, these local consignment stores are the place to go.

There’s something so special about vintage clothing. Maybe it has to do with the lives the pieces lived or the history they held, but consignment stores allow these treasures to live at least a little longer. Plus, consignment is an easy way to be more sustainable that most people can get behind.

Ready to shop and score in the Hudson Valley? Visit these secondhand spots with an open mind, since you never know what you might find.

Albany County

PolkaDots Consignment Shop


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With a presence in the Capital Region for over 15 years, this women-owned shop stocks clothing for the whole family. PolkaDots has very clear guidelines when it comes to trading in clothing, with both “fast cash” and consignment options available. As far as brands go, keep an eye out for everything from Michael Kors to Nike to Nordstrom.

Columbia County

The Attic


Located on Main Street in Valatie, this consignment store always accepts new consigners, and appointments are encouraged for anyone looking to come in and sell. For those who want to shop, The Attic has everything from furniture to clothing and accessories that rotate frequently. There is an eclectic mix of modern, retro, and vintage pieces at this small business.

The Second Show


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Branded as a community thrift shop, The Second Show stocks everything from colorful kimonos to vintage projectors. The shop takes donations and raises money for three community organizations through its profits. For unique thrifted finds that you won’t come by anywhere else, head to Hudson.

Dutchess County

Blackbird Attic


This curated consignment boutique is one that fans of repurposed clothing won’t want to skip. The collection is almost always rotating with modern and bohemian styles. For anyone interested in selling, the shop is a bit selective when it comes to brands, and all items must be clean, wrinkle-free, and on trend. To really luck out selling here, bring brands like Anthropologie, Free People, Revolve, Reformation, Madewell, and Zara. Blackbird Attic gives 40 percent of the sale price to the consigner.

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Hyde Park Consignments

Hyde Park

Wipe off the dust on any potentially collectible clothes and head on over to Hyde Park. No appointment is necessary, and the consignment rate is 50/50 with items needing to be sold within 60 days. Don’t skip out on the selection of in-season clothing, polished shoes, jewelry, and even books and CDs.

Past ‘n’ Perfect

Pleasant Valley

Past ‘n’ Perfect owner Lynne McCarthy has been curating the finds at this Pleasant Valley storefront since 2012, although the shop itself dates back to 1982. As for what to expect, there’s a delightful variety of styles and accessories available, with inventory rotating regularly. Appointments are required for consignment, and items sit on the floor for two months before being discounted half off.

Treasures of the Valley

Wappingers Falls

If you’ve spotted this storefront while cruising along West Main Street in Wappingers Falls, consider this your sign to stop in and see what the hype is all about. Owner Eimee DeRise leans into casual, elegant styles, with a variety of designer and vintage items in the mix. P.S. Can’t make it into the shop? Check out the online storefront to browse from the comfort of your couch.

Vintage: Beacon



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No day trip to Beacon is complete without a stop into Vintage: Beacon to see what owner and stylist Angela Hastings has in rotation. The goodies here range from designer to vintage (or both!), with brands running the gamut from Anthropologie to Chanel. Interested in consigning? Make an appointment beforehand to show off your items for approval.

Orange County

Reclaimed Consignment Boutique


As its name suggests, Reclaimed is all about eco-friendly fashion in Warwick. The storefront carries a range of sizes for women, with options from petite to plus size, along with a variety of accessories. No appointment is necessary to consign items, and consignor splits vary based on the price of the item for sale.

Putnam County


Cold Spring


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Since June 2019, DamnAged Vintage has been serving up serious fashion inspiration in Cold Spring. Owner Judiann Romanello embraces her visual merchandising background to craft a storefront that’s as inspiring as it is shoppable. Go for the designer goods, then stay for a shop through some of the more one-of-a-kind items.

Secondaries Boutique



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Located within the growing shopping community that is Promenade on 6 in Carmel, Secondaries Boutique stocks vintage and upcycled finds. Although the thrift spot is not currently offering consignment, Secondaries does still take donations, and 20 percent of profits go to several organizations that support women in need. With everything from formal dresses to cozy cardigans, the boutique is all about diverse style.

Rockland County

Style on Lafayette


The long-standing store in the heart of Suffern was featured in the Netflix movie The Half of It and offers top designer names and brand-new items. Consigners can bring in a maximum of 20 items at a time. Items remain on consignment for 60 days, and brands include Gucci, Hermes, Yves Saint Laurent, Chanel, Jimmy Choo, Lilly Pulitzer, and Jeffrey Campbell. This store prides itself on promoting sustainable shopping by giving stylish clothing a new life.

Ulster County

Uptown Attic



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Uptown Attic stocks consigned goodies for women, teens, and children in Gardiner. Notably, the store offers a variety of plus-size styles, as well as an ample selection of jewelry and accessories. Labels found at the storefront range from Missoni to Tahari and Tory Burch, with inventory rotating regularly. In other words, there’s always an excuse to plan a visit.

Ohioville Consignment

New Paltz

A mainstay in Ulster County since 2011, Ohioville Consignment is a hub for quirky, cool finds. Prospective consignors should call ahead to schedule an appointment, which is required. There’s a limit of 25 items, or 10 in-season items, per appointment. Consignment terms run 60 days; after that, consignors can choose to either pick up their items or donate them.

Westchester County

Trilogy Consignment


With two shops in the lower Hudson Valley in Tarrytown and Nyack, Trilogy Consignment prides itself on offering modern, vintage, and artisanal items to its consumers. For first-time consignors, there is a $5 fee to be paid in cash if the shop accepts items on consignment, but this will be waved if consignors purchase something that day. There is a three-item minimum to open a consignment account with a 60-day consignment period. For colorful, funky, and fabulous pieces, Trilogy is the spot to check out.

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