Kid’s Consignment Sales

Every Mom knows that kids outgrow their clothes so fast. Sometimes you buy something and before they can even wear it it’s too small. A great thing to do with gently worn clothes is to consign them. Doing this can make you a little money or sometimes store credit to purchase some newer clothes for your kids. Here are some great places around Plano to consign kid’s clothes.

Store Locations in Plano

*Once Upon a Child: 7200 Independence Parkway  There is also one in McKinney. This store will take year round clothes. Call ahead for bigger items before bringing it up there! No appointment necessary to consign, but you might have to wait or come back a few hours later for your money. Try to bring clothes during the week, weekends are very busy.  When you get an offer, you can get cash or store credit.  Here is what they buy. 

*Kid to Kid  6405 W Parker Road  They buy seasons all year round and MATERNITY! (They don’t have a lot but maybe you can sell your old maternity clothes!) They do have a new policy that only 1 laundry basket of clothes is allowed to consign. Call the store for more details and to see if appointments are needed.

Yearly Bigger Consignment Sales:

*Just Between Friends This is a great place to sell and buy gently worn clothes. They have yearly sales in the Fall and Spring so check their website for more info.

*Divine Consign The largest and longest-running children’s consignment sale in the Plano area! Sales are 2X a year and also great to buy and sell. The sales happen in late summer and February (ish) for spring. Check the site for the next sales and sign up to consign and sell your clothes. They will send you a check after the sale. I’ve consigned in with them for years and love it. If you sign up to volunteer you can get into the sale early and get a discount as well. A great team of Moms!

*Rhea Lana’s (Frisco)  This is a newer consignment to the area but fastly growing. Similar to the above they have yearly sales in Frisco. You can also volunteer and get a discount and passes into the sales early!

 

Selling kid’s clothes does take some work. Make sure you check out the rules for the sale and follow them. The yearly sales places and even stores can be picky and anything with small stains or holes will not be allowed to be sold. Another option is to sell in Facebook group places like Plano Moms Sell/Swap/Give. 

Shannon

Shannon is Mommy to 2 kids, Wife, and Teacher. She was born and raised in Plano. After graduating from Baylor (sic' em!!) she returned to Plano to teach. With two young kids attending Plano Schools, she is a true Plano Mom (and a soccer Mom!!). She loves writing about parenting topics and fun events for kids around town.

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