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Is your wallet struggling to keep up with your child’s growth? Sell those barely worn britches at the best consignment shops for kids in Dallas or trade them in for an affordable upgrade. These consignment shops are a treasure trove for your little one.
You can shop racks of gently worn costumes, dancewear, sleepwear and swimwear too. And if you aren’t selling to make a little cash you can buy plenty at these shops and save a lot of cash . I even talked about this online option over here.
Where to Find the Best Consignment Shops for Kids in Dallas
These are the consignment shops throughout Dallas and Collin County you will want to put on your to-do list.
Keep an eye out on these stores because some have massive annual or even semi annual sales.
Once Upon a Child
This is a national chain that is well-organized and you’ll probably find one not too far from home
2. Kid to Kid
If you live in McKinney, then go here for the deals.
3. Sweet Repeats Mckinney
Mckinney has exploded with families (you’ve been in the traffic to get there, right?)
With a shop like this, you’ll probably never buy retail again for your growing child.
4. Hodge Podge Kid Stuff
Call before you go and check out the deals in their Frisco location and Allen locale.
5. Rhea Lana’s
Frisco is home to this extremely popular kids consignment shop
6. Divine Consign
This sale comes to the HUG Plano Centre and even includes maternity clothes . . . such a bonus! Check their website calendar for upcoming sales.
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