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29 Second Hand Stores For The Best Online Thrift Shopping

Wearing what you already have in your closet is one of the best things you can do for our planet. The next best thing? 

Buying secondhand clothes. Whether looking for your next thrift flip or a boutique vintage piece you’ll treasure forever, thrifting saves money AND reroutes used clothing from landfills—to the tune of 81 pounds per person per year. Not only that, but for every item you buy used (or rent) instead of new, you displace 17.4lbs of CO2 emissions.

With thrift stores popping up like tags in a Macklemore song, we’ve rounded up the best second hand online stores that are as conscious as they are carefully curated with styles ready to refresh your wardrobe.

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Start with Swap, one of the most affordable online thrift stores with premium and designer brands that cost less than a tank of gas. 

thredUP is for everyone who’s fed up with the fast fashion status quo. With thousands of fresh pieces daily in every style under the sun, no wonder they’re one of the most popular thrift stores online. 

Poke around the 50s to 90s vintage clothing on Retro and Me and feel especially good knowing they donate 10% of online used clothes sales to charitable initiatives.

1. thredUP

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Price Range: $–$$$

thredUP is one of the biggest online consignment stores for women’s and kids’ clothing, with more than 50 million sellers and millions of items across 35,000 brands—“from Gap to Gucci”.

They’re not only one of our personal faves in terms of selection, but for affordability. We just recently scored a vintage black denim jacket that we plan on upcycling by adding some fabric appliqué designs to the back for only $6!

thredUP also makes it super easy to clean out your closet and we use their resale service for an annual closet cleanout. You can either order a Clean Out Kit for a small fee or (to promote recycling) use your own box as we do to send in your unwanted clothes for free. Just be sure they meet their resale criteria and fall on their accepted brands list.

Upon receipt, they professionally photograph the items on mannequins. Once sold, the money can be kept, used as store credit, or used at other sustainable partner retailers.

Anything not accepted will either be returned to you for a fee or be responsibly recycled.

If you don’t care about turning a profit, you can also order a Donation Kit. The same process applies, but instead of giving you a percentage of the sale earnings, they donate $5 to any charity of your choice.

2. Patagonia Worn Wear

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Price Range: $–$$$

A thrift store for adventurers, Worn Wear is Patagonia’s second hand platform specializing in gently used and freshly repaired (if needed) Patagonia clothing for men, women, and kids, as well as used outdoor gear at slashed prices.

That iconic and oh-so-versatile Patagonia Nano Puff® jacket you’ve been eyeing in REI can finally be added to yours without breaking the bank. 

As lovers of Patagonia AND pre-loved, we’ve long been purveyors of the Worn Wear platform, and check it at least once a month to see if any of our wishlist styles have hit their second hand shelves. For pieces we really want, we’ll sign up for an email notification if they arrive in stock.

With their Ironclad Guarantee—through which they will repair any piece of Patagonia indefinitely, no matter how old or if you’re the original buyer—you can rest easy knowing if you damage your Worn Wear purchases beyond repair, they’ll recycle and replace it for you.

If you just want to trade up and get rid of things you don’t wear, you can send it to Worn Wear in exchange for store credit to use on new or used items. 

3. Swap

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Price Range: $–$$

Swap calls itself the place for “premium & designer finds, $15 or less”, which is pretty standout among online thrift shops.

While that price doesn’t apply to everything in Swap’s range of secondhand women’s, men’s, plus-size, kids’, and babies’ clothing and shoes, overall affordability does.

It’s not difficult to spot elegant Simply Vera sweaters and Steve Madden shoes that cost less than a soy latte. 

With more than 2 million unique items and thousands of new ones added daily—including those that don’t fall into the high fashion category prioritized by other second hand designer stores—there’s something for everyone.

4. Poshmark

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Price Range: $–$$$

If you’re looking for the best online thrift store to sell clothes, Poshmark peer-to-peer thrifting service hits the mark.

Their app makes selling and buying used clothes online as simple as raiding your older sister’s closet. Just snap a picture, post, and profit! 

With 200 million items across more than 5,000 brands—Prada to Forever21—they cater to women, men, kids, pets, and home decor that’s easy to sort through. Looking for a rare, retro-printed Synchilla Snap-T that Patagonia’s Worn Wear didn’t have? 

Just type that into the search and have your mind boggled with the number of options. Or go into discovery mode and browse by your size. For years, we were on the hunt for an affordable vintage leather fringe Western jacket and wouldn’t you know, we finally found one on Poshmark for only $30.

Some Poshers (as sellers are called) put optimistic prices on their items, so the platform encourages haggling with their “offer/counter-offer” feature.

5. Depop

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Price Range: $–$$$

If Zoomers were a thrift store online, they would be Depop, whose website and app function as a weird but wonderful cross between a social media platform and a global thrift online marketplace. It functions like any other online thrifting app, but looks like an Instagram feed, that’s as much about selling and buying as it is about broadcasting what you’ve bought and sold. 

Like its platform, the overall aesthetic and clothing that finds itself there is definitely on the edgier side. Some of their top searches include festival fare, Y2K tops, and goth gear. 

Depop may not be for everyone, but for those who want to go bold and really express themselves—with, say, a rocking red Windsor tie back top that’s perfect for spring—they’re one of the best unique clothing thrift stores.

6. Luxury Garage Sale

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Price Range: $$–$$$$

Chicago-based Luxury Garage Sale is a designer online thrift store with luxury second hand clothing, shoes, handbags, and jewelry from top brands around the world at up to 80% off regular prices—and that’s not to speak of the sale section!

Pre-loved Prada is one of the most searched logos on their platform, taking rank amongst Tiffany & Co and Chanel. Where else are you going to find a Chanel Jumbo Quilted Lambskin Leather CC Shoulder Bag circa 2011?

They offer complimentary stylists and ensure that each piece is inspected and verified by in-house experts as authentic.

For sellers, they use a consignment model and offer pre-paid shipping labels and pickup service in some cities.

7. Ebay

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Price Range: $–$$$

We’ve all heard of eBay; it’s been around since 1995, after all, and undeniably served as the biggest influence in encouraging the online second hand economy. It’s the site that made the rest of this list possible and remains one of the most popular thrift stores online.

Nowhere will you find a wider selection of clothing and accessories, but you can do much more than just thrift clothes online with eBay. When we say they have everything, we mean everything—from live hatching animal eggs to furniture and unique sustainable home decor.

Bummed you didn’t get your hands on a Richard Simmons Chia Pet in the 90s? 

eBay gives you a second chance to score the wacky and weird, with policies protecting buyers from fraudulent or dishonest sellers.

8. Rebag

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Price Range: $$$–$$$$

Rebag is one of the best second hand luxury online stores dedicated to luxury bags—from backpacks to professional totes from designer darlings like Louis Vouitton, Chanel, and Christian Dior. 

You can even shop extra sustainable, like a vegan handbag from Stella McCartney. Snag a like-new edition of their coveted Falabella Tote Faux Snakeskin tote for 40% off retail price!

To further stimulate the circular economy, Rebag allows individuals to sell their secondhand bags and encourage ongoing re-use of the bags with their Infinity Exchange program, which allows customers to return any bag within 12 months for credit worth 70-80% of its purchase price. 

You’ll also find some luxury accessories, watches, and jewelry.

9. Vestiaire Collective

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Price Range: $$–$$$$

Bringing luxury secondhand goods out from collecting dust, Vestiaire Collective offers one of the widest ranges of vintage designer clothing online that we’ve seen, from vintage Levis to evening-wear, all professionally authenticated.

While their women’s collection is extensive, items like a paisley print Dior necktie and Burberry wool suit jackets, they prove they’re an equally good source for vintage men’s clothing, kids’ clothing, bags, eco-friendly watches, jewelry, and shoes.

Pieces include the location of the item, so you can shop locally and minimize shipping emissions.

10. Retro & Me

Price Range: $$–$$$

With features by HuffPost and many TV shows, Retro and Me is one of the most highly regarded places to buy used clothes online. Just ask the 50,000+ happy Etsy customers.

Shop owner Kristin has a penchant for previously-loved vintage goods. Her shop is THE place to find vintage sunglasses, shoes, purses, ladies’ tops and dresses, men’s t-shirts, accessories, and more.

The 80s and 90s are most heavily represented, but you’ll see some older pieces from the 50s and 60s, too. For instance, if you want 80s designer vintage clothing, you’ll love their selection of chunky earrings and vibrant RAD track jackets.

They give 10% of profits to folks in need, and orders come with 100% carbon offset shipping.

11. ShopOlga Vintage

Price Range: $–$$$$

ShopOlga Vintage owner Sue spent countless weekends growing up at flea markets with her mother, which helped her gain a sharp eye for vintage fashion that eventually turned into this vintage boutique showcasing classic found treasures from the 50s to the 90s.

Whether you’re looking for a funky patterned summer dress for your next sock hop or a Gatsby worthy evening gown with stunning lace and intricate pleats, her selection is sure to impress. 

Or blend modern appeal with Gothic style with a strapless black trained gown that will impress at galas and special events time and time(less) again.

12. Persephone Vintage

Price Range: $$–$$$

For “curated modern vintage” picks that can only be described as enchanting, Persephone Vintage is one of the best used clothing websites for dresses, tops, skirts, pants, jumpsuits, coats, shoes, and accessories.

Don’t bother with status-quo style when you can have a one-of-a-kind fairy tale ethical wedding dress or some dress-to-impress business slacks for your upcoming dream job interview. Our favorite finds from their stock include a leopard print faux fur jacket, Saint Laurent balloon sleeved peasant blouse, and an antique Edwardian lace dress.

Aside from condition, fabric, and rough time frame of origin, they also provide comprehensive measurements to ensure you get the perfect fit.

13. French 75 Vintage

Price Range: $–$$$

Miami-based French 75 Vintage specializes in unisex sweaters, vintage tees, and jackets from the 70s, 80s, 90s, and 00s (though we still grudgingly think of 00s clothing as vintage!).

We absolutely adore their vintage grandpa sweater collection. The section bleeds geometric patterns, bright colors, and embroidered cats that are fit for the stars of those cheesy 90s sitcoms. 

Adding a modern twist to vintage getup, they also provide a selection of cropped tees and blouses for buyers to browse. Rather than just cutting the clothes and calling it a day, they hand-sew the hem.

14. Factory Blue

Price Range: $–$$

It’s in with the old, and out with the new with Factory Blue.

They stock cheap vintage women’s clothing online like blouses, skirts, and dresses from the 50s to the 90s. We’re talking about the likes of linen tops, button-up blouses, and accordion skirts—a combination suitable for adding your favorite sustainable work clothing collection. 

Their wholesale lots are not to be missed. For $100, you get 10 pieces of randomly selected retro clothing, perfect for busy bees who want to redesign their wardrobe without wasting time sorting through the racks.

15. Cassandra’s Notebook

Price Range: $–$$

At Cassandra’s Notebook you can “fill your homes and hearts with tales from long ago”. 

A hub for antiques, brown-paged books, and flea market finds, the 5-star Etsy store comes straight from the rabbit hole with colorful knick-knacks and treasures suitable for the Mad Hatter himself. 

Not only do they stock unique antique house and kitchenware, but they also have a spectacular selection of vintage clothing, shoes, bags, and jewelry. Popcorn shirts, retro turtlenecks, and lace night dresses—like a Psychedelic Groovy Babydoll Go Go Dress—lay ready at the hanger for their chance at a second life. 

16. Rogue Retro

Price Range: $–$$$$

With thousands of items encapsulating any (and we mean any) style from the past several decades, Rogue Retro is geared for those getting a little creative with their wardrobe. Among their more creative items are featured jumpsuit rompers, bedazzled suits even Harry Styles would be proud of. 

Follow in the fashion footsteps of 50,000+ customers before you and easily satisfy your statement style, costume, and festival ‘fit needs—alongside books, comics, dolls, and stuffed animals.

17. The Real Real

Price Range: $$–$$$$

The Real Real is the world’s largest online thrift destination for consigned men’s and women’s luxury clothes, bags, and jewelry. With the right timing, you can score a Gucci shell clutch, Hermes crocodile handle bag, or Chanel quilted tote for up to 40% off.

Each item has a specially designed authentication process that involves criteria such as checking factory production codes, hardware, materials, and typography. High risk items are pulled by the Quality Control team and sent to highly specialized authenticators to be sure that you’re getting what you pay for. 

18. Beyond Retro

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Price Range: $–$$$

Beyond Retro stops the runway show with disco-worthy garb and vintage dazzlers. The online vintage shop boasts a boho fashionista’s dream—from the 60s to the 00s— sending 90 million items to second homes each year. 

Dreaming of living your inner western fantasies with a vintage fringe cowboy jacket?

Beyond Retro has at least a dozen options for you, alongside flapper dresses, embroidered waistcoats, and crochet cardigans. They also have a Reworked Vintage range for upcycled clothing that blends pretty prints and denim dungarees. 

While they currently don’t have an option for reselling old clothes online, their in-person UK and Sweden thrift stores have an exchange program that allow you to turn in old duds for a 20% discount.

19. Girl Sells Vintage

Price Range: $–$$

Girl Sells Vintage stocks perfectly pre loved pieces from the 60s to the 90s. Each piece is handpicked with love and added to the inventory of hundreds of blouses, dresses, skirts, bags, and shoes. All secondhand items are laundered before sale, meaning you can wear your pieces straight away and save your sustainable laundry detergent for another day. 

They’ve helped turn-over paisley blouses, pinstripe shorts, leather boots, and Bohemian waistcoats to almost 5,000 happy customers leaving thousands of 5 star-reviews that describe the shop as “brilliant, lovely, and beautiful”.

20. Rokit

Price Range: $–$$$$

With hundreds of pieces added weekly, Rokit is a one-stop shop for men’s and women’s sportswear, streetwear, designer duds, and other rare used clothes from decades past. They stock all sorts of brands to cater to any style preference, from The North Face to Jimmy Choo. 

One of our favorite sections to browse is the Reworked section, filled with handmade creations from remnant fabric and damaged vintage. Their Rokit original styles include star-studded Priscella jeans, shimmer fabric corsets, and baby fit polos. 

They also offer in-person shopping via their London thrift stores.

21. Frea Vintage

Price Range: $–$$$

Frea Vintage has found new homes for over a thousand of vintage ladies clothing watches, jewelry, shoes, and accessories. The cozy chic shop is filled with natural hues of creams, greens, and browns, though they do feature brighter clothing here and there in the form of eccentric blouses and Coogi style sweaters.

To get a real feel for their aesthetic, browse the reworked clothing section. The owner hand sews curtains, tablecloths, and bedsheets into lovely dresses, scrunchies, blouses, and bags. 

22. Goldsmith Vintage

Price Range: $–$$$$

Keeping the world of used clothing stores online fun and funky fresh, Goldsmith Vintage offers everything from sportswear and denim to Hawaiian shirts, band tees, and Y2K vintage sustainable streetwear

They’re LGBTQ-owned and run and motivated strongly by a sense of social justice and sustainability, recycling 30 tons (12 shipping containers full) of used clothing each year.

Mix up your thrifting experience with one of their Mystery boxes or snag some upcycled vintage via the Rework collection featuring tie dye sweaters and ultra-cropped polo shirts. 


Price Range: $–$$

If you’re looking for trendy thrift stores online, look no further than 2.5D STREETWEAR and their reworked and vintage pieces designed for strutting the streets of Bristol.

Their creations are both viciously vibrant and gloomily gothic; If Lisa Frank and Morticia Adams had a love child, it would be this unique used clothes store.

Furby earrings, black rose corsets, and pink dungarees are only a fraction of the pretty cool pieces they stock. You 90s kids and Y2K fashionista’s better stock up on eco-friendly toilet paper, because these nostalgia-rich creations are sure to bring tears to your eyes. 

24. Thrifted

Price Range: $$–$$$

Thrifted specializes in affordable 70s, 80s, and 90s clothing. With rags and riches galore, you can also find everything from 20 euro vintage sports and collegiate hoodies to premium designer items sporting Versace, Valentino, and Fendi tags.

Every Thrifted purchase is shipped in biodegradable and reusable mailbags and can be returned risk-free within 30 days.

25. Wild Thing Vintage

Price Range: $–$$$$

At Wild Thing Vintage, you’ll discover a colorful virtual world of vintage treasures from the 50s-90s, including clothes, shoes, jewelry, and accessories that come with a “wild twist” sure to make your wardrobe roar.

Owner Erica sources retro, avant-garde, goth, hipster, pinup, and rockabilly styles while traveling for shows around North America. Fur coats and designer vintage evening dresses are some of the other wild things you’ll find.

Looking for second hand prom dress stores that will help you stand out amid all the awkward slow dancing?

Be the hit of your high school in a Sweeping Fuchsia Pink Gown with a massive billowing skirt to fulfill every girl’s twirling fantasies.

26. Lost Boys Vintage

Price Range: $$–$$$

The Lost Boys Vintage Toronto storefront recently went digital to provide the best vintage pieces to the largest number of people possible—over 27,000 so far!

Their vintage band t-shirt collection is extensive, with unisex 90s graphic tees dawning the names of Garth Brooks, Jimmy Buffet, and *NSYNC. Pair a vintage shirt with one of their classic knitted sweaters and washed denim jeans to create the ultimate vintage minimalist wardrobe.

27. Clearly Vintage Canada

Price Range: $–$$$

Clearly Vintage Canada spotlights timeless womenswear from the decades spanning the 50s and 00s.

Some of our favorite vintage online thrift store finds from here include retro pencil skirts, vintage Lee’s, and color block rugby shirts. With oversized collars, A-line silhouettes, and abstract prints, their items are clearly vintage (hence their name.). 

Owner Shay holds a bachelor’s degree in fashion and extensive knowledge of historical garments, so all pieces are age estimated based on experience and research.

28. Hopscotch Memories

Price Range: $–$$

Hopscotch Memories provides an wide array of antique items like homewares, vinyls, books, and rare treasures in the form of Italian gold urns, antique Greek pitchers, and Tiffany style teacups. 

Meanwhile, their digital clothing rack features everything from top quality Michael Kors trench coats to vintage Lady Antebellum concert t-shirts. 

This shop is like a box of chocolates—“you never know what you’re going to get” on your next ethical online shopping spree.

29. Community Thrift & Vintage

Price Range: $

Vancouver-based social enterprise Community Thrift & Vintage supports at-risk folks through supportive work training programs. All profits support ongoing housing, healthcare, harm reduction, and healthcare promotion projects in Vancouver and Victoria.

With a slightly more organized presence, their website features a lookbook for their recycled fashion offering and various categories based on materials (silk, linen, etc.) and clothing type. 

You’ll find recycled remakes like quilt bucket hats, denim skirt sets, and a section dedicated to sustainable plus-sized clothing.

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13 thoughts on “29 Second Hand Stores For The Best Online Thrift Shopping”

  1. I’ve been buying all my clothes on ebay from a store called thread rush. They always have the measurements and ship in one bag instead of wasting paper. I asked them for more measurements for a dress once and they answered so fast. I hate trying to buy used clothes for the environment but then the seller ships it with so much wasted paper recipes. It’s just more garbage.

  2. Hi there. This article is great, but you forgot to include us on the list.
    http://www.retroiscooler.com is a new website where you can find hand-picked rare and sough-after vintage clothes from the 80s and the 90s.
    Check us out, we’ll be happy to show you around 🙂

  3. Hello from England. Thank you for writing this article and highlighting the great work which so many retailers are doing to bring sustainable and recycled fashion to the masses. I would also like to highlight White Rose Recycled Fashion in the UK, selling handpicked trendy recycled fashion online and in 9 stores around the midlands. At White Rose, we infuse our passion for fashion with our care for people and the planet, creating a fun and sustainable shopping experience which ensures you look amazing, spend less and make a positive difference.

    We’re driven by a distinct purpose to reduce fast fashion’s impact on the environment, reduce textile waste, and encourage our customers to make kinder choices when it comes to purchasing and re-purposing clothing. Our circular fashion model means we disregard the corporate ‘take-make-dispose’ pattern and ensure fashion garments are worn for as long as they can be and then transformed through upcycling and recycling after that.

    Thank you for sharing this with your readers 🙂


  4. We’ve purchased many authentic vintage items from many different stores and one of our favorites is Cry Violet Vintage on Etsy. They have quality vintage items that are clean and ready to wear and their prices are excellent for the real deal. We highly recommend them.

  5. I’ve been seeing a lot of dropshippers on Depop & Poshmark who claim their items are secondhand when they’re not (literally can find them on AliExpress). And search on Depop is really bad because people always put in the wrong brand ‘for exposure’.

    My friend sent me a new site that’s similar to Depop but supposedly vets all of their sellers & items, called Thryft: https://letsthryft.com … I bought a bunch of stuff from them this month and like it more than Depop & Poshmark (so far).

    I think they’re pretty small right now & have really limited inventory but worth checking out mainly for the guarantee that you’re buying actual secondhand/vintage stuff. Idk just thought I’d share. 🙂

  6. Recently saw a site that looks to be kind of new. It’s called thriftshoppingnetwork.com and they have one of the thrift stores in our area on there. They do live sales and flash sales almost every day. It’s pretty cool, I’m curious if this is just a Knoxville thing or there are other stores on the site as well.

  7. Beware of Vestiaire, their reviews on the Better Business Bureau site are horrendous. I have removed all of my listings there, and I am now researching sites with excellent reviews by sellers only.

  8. Hey great suggestions! You should check out swapabee.co.uk as well! It lets you swap clothes and anything else for free! Plus SwapaBee is really into helping people through charity and stopping world wide waste! I highly recommend checking it out!

  9. This are all great thrift store. I have tried most of them too apart from Poshmark, Tradesy. thanks for the suggestion

  10. Yes those are great online thrift stores. I currently sell on Ebay. The name of my Ebay store is called The Budget Chic Store. I have been also considering other platforms as well. Thank you so much for such valuable information!


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