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You can trade or sell your clothes, accessories and shoes at most consignment stores.

At Columbia U Consignment in Harlem items sell for $5 to $1000.

Some of the prices may be right for students, but they're not the only ones hitting up the store. Stylists pop in regularly to check out the latest duds.

Great consignment shops can be found everywhere. A quick Internet search will provide the one's in your area. Here are a few favorites.

MANHATTAN

Columbia U Consignment

50 Tiemann Pl. in Harlem

(212) 663-2051

(Accepts Layaway)

 

Designer resale & Gentlemen's Resale

324 East 81 st.

(212) 734-3639

www.designerresaleconsignment.com

 

Margoth Consignment

218 East 81 st. St.

(212) 988-7688

www.margothinc.com

  

La Boutique Resale

277 East 81 St.

(212) 517-8099

www.laboutiqueresale.com

 

Roundabout Resale

115 Mercer St.

 (212) 966-9166

www.roundaboutresale.com

 

A second Chance resale

1109 Lexington Ave.

(212) 744-6041

www.secondchanceresale.com

 

Encore Resale

1132 Madison Ave.

(212) 879-2850

www.encoreresale.com

 

BROOKLYN

 

Beacon's Closet

88 n. 11th St. in Williamsburg, Bklyn.

(212) 486-0186

www.beaconscloset.com

 

Mae Vintage & Luxury Consignment

453 7th Ave. in Park Slope Brooklyn

(718) 788-7070

www.maeconsignment.com

 

Meshimar Consignment

433 7th Ave. in Park Slope, Brooklyn

(718) 499-5731

 

Buffalo Exchange

504 Driggs Ave., Williamsburg, Bklyn.

(718) 384-6901

www.buffaloexchange.com

 

LONG ISLAND

 

Lucky Finds Boutique

7A North Park Ave. in Rockville Ctr.

(516) 442-4600

www.shopluckyfinds.com

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