Vancouver consignment stores for kids clothing

It’s an old adage, but it’s true: kids grow up fast. Which means it’s rarely worth it to buy that gorgeous, brand-new sweater or pair of shoes, as they’ll outgrow it in three months. Thankfully, there are excellent used clothing stores in Vancouver, and because of that quick growth, items are in impeccable shape.


4897 Main St, Vancouver, BC V5V 3R9

Right at home in hip and happening Mount Pleasant, Bean Sprouts carries a carefully curated selection of both consignment and new clothing. Adorable leather moccasins, cloth dolls and wooden toys and organic cotton onesies in sweet patterns will help to outfit your child in eco-friendly and budget-friendly style. Looking to consign? Check out their site for when and what they’ll accept.

MacGillycuddy's For Little People

4881 MacKenzie St, Vancouver, BC V6L 2R7

Expect to find some amazing deals at this Dunbar consignment clothing store for kids. Barely worn dresses and sweaters hang pristinely alongside winter coats, all-important Vancouver rain gear and even pyjamas and Halloween costumes. They also have a great selection of books — always a wonderful thing to pass along — and the kids play area in the back means you can hone your bargain-spotting skills while the little ones entertain themselves. It’s a win-win.

Little Earth Childrens Store

1020 Commercial Dr, Vancouver, BC V5L 3W9

Outfitting kids from 0 all the way to 8 years old — and even stocking some pampering body care for expecting and nursing moms — Little Earth on Commercial Drive has clothing, games, toys, books and care supplies for all your child’s needs. With an eye to environmental sustainability and community, you can expect your shopping experience to be a rewarding one, complete with knowledgeable staff and friendly chatter.

Value Village

1820 Hastings St E, Vancouver, BC V5L 1T2

It’s hard to beat the prices at everyone’s favourite no-frills used clothing emporium. Racks upon racks of kids stuff will fill your shopping cart while having minimal effect on your wallet. And because of their alliance with numerous non-profit associations who donate thousands of items weekly, you can bet you’ll always have a different shopping experience. You can also feel good that the proceeds from your purchases are funneled right back into the community through Value Village’s charity partnerships.

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