18 thrift and vintage shops in Seattle, WA

Editor Consignment Shop in Ballard
Editor Consignment will have a Capitol Hill sibling shop opening in June. | Photo by Editor Consignment

There’s nothing like finding a vintage treasure at discount prices — thrifting really is the name of the game. There are many benefits to shopping secondhand — you can save and make money, help out the environment, and find unique clothing to reinvent your style.

Here are 18 local thrift, consignment, and resale shops to discover your next one-of-a-kind thrift find. 

Cherry Consignment West Seattle
Cherry Consignment West Seattle | Photo by Cherry Consignment

Thrift + consignment stores 🛍️

  • Cherry Consignment, 4142 California Ave. SW | Women’s consignment store established in 2009.
  • Lifelong Thrift Store, 312 Broadway E. | Nonprofit that supports those with HIV or AIDS.
  • Seattle Outlet Goodwill, 1765 6th Ave S. | Large inventory of pre-owned clothing, housewares + more. See additional Goodwill locations in Seattle.
  • Pioneer Thrift, 200 3rd Ave S. | Quality secondhand items with proceeds going to the Downtown Emergency Service Center’s Supported Employment Program.
  • Assistance League of Seattle, 1415 N. 45th St. | Quaint consignment store + nonprofit with clothes, accessories, and housewares — proceeds go to education programs around the city. 
  • Crossroads Trading, 325 Broadway Ave. E. + 4300 University Way NE | Consignment store with new + used name-brand items.
  • Two Big Blondes Plus Size Consignment, 2501 S. Jackson St. | Carries women’s clothing sizes 14 + up.  
  • Stop ‘N Shop Thrift Store, 4504 California Ave. SW | Clothing + accessories, home items, and knickknacks — sales benefit the West Seattle Senior Center.
  • Damascus Thrift, 10851 1st Ave S. + 12220 Aurora Ave. N. | Raises money for homeless + move-in costs.
Sell Your Sole Luxury Consignment Boutique in Belltown
Sell Your Sole Luxury Consignment Boutique is a women-owned business. | Photo by Sell Your Sole

Vintage shops + premium threads 🛍️

Are there any places we missed? Take a look at the map below— and contribute your own favorite thrift store finds by clicking “add a point.”

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