Top List of Children's Consignment Stores



Local consigment shops...a great alternative

Always looking for good deals? Consignment shops may be the way to go. Most shop owners know that fall is a great time for back-to-school shopping. Their shelves are stocked and ready with great choices. If you are great at thinking ahead, shop for snowsuits and winter clothing at the same time too.

Having a baby or know someone who has? Strollers, highchairs and other baby gear a new parent would need can be found at wonderfully discounted prices. We saw a Peg Perego double stroller that retails for $800 was selling for $250. Who can resist saving $550.

Have a ball and shop smart!

The Barn, 1416 Rte. 44, Pleasant Valley. Mon.-Sat. 10am-5pm. Can donate between Wed.-Sat. 10am-4pm. 845-635-9630.

Back on the Rack, 695 Rt. 17M, Monroe. 10am-6pm Tues-Fri, 10am-4pm Sat. Closed Sundays & Mondays. Carrying new and gently used children's, women's, Juniors and young men's items including clothes, accessories and gear. 845-774-2297 

Once Upon A Child, 1572 US Highway 9, Wappingers Falls. Mon.-Fri. 10am-8pm. Saturday 10am-6pm. Sunday Noon-5pm. Baby and children's clothing. 845-632-6348.

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