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Whether you’re on a super tight budget simply trying to find necessities for your new apartment, or you are on the hunt for antique gems, Dallas has some of the best consignment boutiques for designer clothing and antique furniture. We’ve rounded up some of the best, must-visit shops in the city to find some of the best items for your collections from budget to upscale ranges.

Again & Again | Mid-Century Modern Furniture

With mid-century modern furniture becoming so popular for home decor, everyone has their eyes on inspired pieces in major retailers. If you’re like me, you love authentic pieces with excellent price tags. Again & Again is nestled in the Dallas Design District and is filled with rooms containing everything from sofas to chandeliers. The dealers know quality, so you’re sure to find nothing less than fabulous. Vintage furniture can be pretty pricey no matter where you search, but it is very possible to find marked down gems during sales.

Buffalo Exchange | Consignment Chain

On Greenville Avenue, Buffalo Exchange is always flowing with younger shoppers searching for designer clothes for budget-friendly prices. The shop is apart of a nationwide chain and each location has racks lined with cool and unique finds. You never know what you’ll find! Have a bunch of clothes to get rid of? Pack them up and trade them in for cash! For many consignment shops, you have to wait until your clothes sell before you receive payment. According to Buffalo Exchange’s website, you “receive 30% of the selling price your items are given in cash or 50% in store credit on-the-spot”.

Twitter: @buffaloexchange

Clothes Circuit | Department at a Discount

Depending on your circle, Dallas can be quite social…and social means lots of events and gatherings! Purchasing outfit after outfit for a booked calendar can eventually become quite expensive. Find gently used designer clothing, shoes and accessories at Clothes Circuit in University Park. This spot is a Dallas favorite and has been a mine for gold for women for over 35 years! Find everything from the perfect pair of Christian Louboutin pumps to cocktail dresses for your upcoming soirees.

Twitter: @ClothesCircuit

ART is ART Consignment | Budget-Friendly Furniture

If you live in the Knox/Henderson area and are looking for great pieces for even better prices, try browsing at ART is ART. With high-end retailers such as Z Gallerie and Crate & Barrel nearby, it can be difficult to shop if you’re dealing with a tight budget. Rather than purchasing a full room from a high-end retailer, mix retail decor with consignment furniture. You’ll save money and achieve the look you’ve dreamed up. This furniture consignment boutique houses many different styles, so it’s the perfect spot to browse —you never know what you may find!

Lula B’s Oak Cliff Antique Shop | Vintage Collectibles

With locations in the Design District and Oak Cliff, Lula B’s has won several awards with publications over the years for best vintage and antique furniture or collectibles. No matter if you’re looking for the perfect piece of antique furniture for your apartment or you’re seeking some retro threads, this shop has a little bit of everything — and between two locations you’re bound to find double to treasure!

Clotheshorse Anonymous | High-End Designer

Clotheshorse Anonymous is another high-end designer consignment store located on Forest Lane in North Dallas. It is a longtime Dallas favorite boutique for those seeking designer finds for a fraction of the price. Dolce & Gabbana, Louis Vuitton, Christian Louboutin, Valentino, Givenchy are just a handful of designer labels that can be found at this shop! Clotheshorse Anonymous even offers online shopping from an online inventory of gently used accessories, shoes and handbags.

Twitter: @ClotheshorseA

Shop Vintage Dallas | The Instagram Gallery

A few years ago, I stumbled across the @ShopVintageDallas Instagram page and fell in love! My obsession with mid-century furniture was instantly fueled and I’ve been saving screenshots of all the pieces I want in my own apartment ever since. With a large following of other home decor lovers across the nation, you’ll want to be sure to act quickly when you spot a gem because they sell in the blink of an eye! Items are also available to view on their website or at their showroom by appointment to meet your favorite pieces in person.

The world of pre-loved goods isn’t the only piece of Dallas shopping you should check out. The city also has its fair share of unique boutiques filled with treasures worth scooping up!

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Jaleesa Charisse is a Dallas-based lifestyle blogger. She has the scoop on everything from chic home decor on a budget to the best restaurants and travel spots. Couldn't get enough? You can read more of her blog posts at JaleesaCharisse.com.

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