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This online resale shop focuses on clothing for babies and toddlers, with sizes ranging from newborn to 5T. Search by size and add to cart: You can shop anywhere in the country but to sell you need to be near the headquarters of the whole operation Franklin, TN. You send an email along with photos and then set an appointment.
Most of the clothing items are higher-end and brand names and many with tags still on. In spite of this, the prices are easy on the wallet. Visit online now at babyoutfitter. This one is a no-brainer. Schoola was started by a mom and former teacher in with the goal of bringing paint brushes, gym equipment, and other desperately needed items to underfunded schools.
You can find clothing and accessories for babies, kids, juniors and women with special sections for petite, plus-size and maternity. Browse thousands of items at your own pace, or create a custom collection for seasons or brands.
Over 30, schools have benefitted from Schoola clothing drives. You can organize a clothing drive for your own school, and even earn reward points for telling others about Schoola. Get started at schoola. Kids can post unwanted items directly from their phone and browse items posted by other kids in their circle.
When they find something they like, they select it and invite the owner to check out their stuff and the bartering begins. All interactions take place with people your kids already know. It saves you a trip to the toy store and keeps unwanted items from piling up around the house. The price includes your shipping cost. Individual kid filters make it easy to find what you need, in the size you want.
Shop your favorite brands, and connect one-on-one with sellers to ask questions via built-in private messaging. The discerning eyes behind the clothing screening process stress that only freshly laundered clothing that is free of stains and flaws will make the cut. Earn bucks for consigning clothes, signing up for the newsletter, creating an account and more. Get all the details here.
The site carries an assortment of boys and girls clothing sizes newborn to 20, as well as maternity clothes. The mom of five behind Lil Jelly Beans Consignments understands the importance of budgeting when it comes to dressing a growing family. Consignors receive payment upfront for acceptable items, and local sellers are given the opportunity to participate in consigning events. Check out the Bargain Bin Boxes filled with five random items in the size of your choosing.
The site also offers families a unique layaway option. Need to upgrade to a double stroller? Did that expensive soothing swing go unused? Simply snap a few photos and fill out the online form to sell your gently or never used items. Looking for something specific?
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The site features a companion App so you can buy on-the-go. Get started at thredUp. Escape Tokyo for the day, see mountains, hot springs, the modern, the traditional, the old and the ancient! But the schedule has become rather erratic and the scale smaller. We have confirmed one for May , but others may pop up. You can expect over vendors, flogging a range of goods as diverse as antiques and home arts and crafts. Yasukuni Shrine five minutes from Kudanshita Station. Weekends from November This is indeed a big one, and a goodie too!
One Sunday a month. A large indoor flea market featuring around vendors. It is a bit hard to tell what you will find here—anything really, ranging from used clothes and household goods always to more unusual items. You can make a day of it at Tokyo Dome, which is an entertainment complex with rides, restaurants, sporting events and all sorts of family stuff. One or two weekends a month, several times a year.
A small-ish open-air flea market with or so vendors. Expect vintage kimono, tableware, furniture and decor from decades past. The market is held in the grounds of a shrine, which is popular among students seeking a spot of divine intervention in their exams.
Expect anywhere from to vendors. Most of the Kawaii markets are held in Nakano and Ikebukuro. Many hapless cheapos search for the famed Shinjuku Nomura Building Flea Market, but it seems to have stopped operating back in Between 11am and 4pm, one Sunday a month.
See the website for more info. The United Nations University. Between 11am and 5pm on the first Saturday and Sunday of each month. A little monthly market with delicious things to eat.
If they are there. Because this market can be extremely quiet, particularly in the summer months, when there may be one yakisoba stand and a handful of people selling finds from the attic on tarps. It seems to be put on by the local neighborhood association, who are a really friendly bunch that staff the yakisoba stand.
Ikebukuro Daini Park, next to the public library. Usually every second Sunday of the month. If you are into fetish fashion, a goth queen or just want to really outdo yourself this year on your Halloween costume, you will love to hear that Tokyo has a fetish flea market.
Fetish fashion is notoriously expensive, so this is definitely worth checking out. It is regularly put on by a store in Harajuku called ForYourPleasure, and can best be described as a flea market corner with good deals on high-end secondhand fetish wear, like leather and latex attire, goth fashion, accessories, jewelry, lingerie, books and magazines.
It might seem a bit steep, but there is no down payment and it is hassle-free. Five minutes from Omotesando Station. Every couple of months on a Saturday and Sunday, from 1pm-9pm.
The event always takes place at the lounge of Oakwood Midtown, a serviced residence in the Midtown Building in Roppongi. While technically not a flea market, it follows the same principle of trying to create less waste, reuse and recycle. Participants can bring their unwanted clothes and take as many items in return as they want. Even those who bring nothing to swap are allowed to participate and sift through the piles of clothes for treasures.
The money is collected for charity. Also, it usually has short talks by one or two guest speakers on topics like conscious consumption and sustainability.
On a Saturday from 2pm-5pm, once every three months. Check the website for details and sign up to the newsletter to get alerts for the next one. TRX Tokyo Recycle is another big site with great maps, calendars, and details on each market also in Japanese. Many of the outdoor Tokyo flea markets are pretty dead during the summer months especially July and August due to the sometimes unbearable heat and humidity.
Also, with flea markets, things start early and many vendors call it a day around lunchtime and start packing up, even though the market is still officially open, so get there early! Thanks to Mareike Dornhege for her assistance. Open with Google Maps. Tokyo flea markets are a great for bargain-hunting, pick up a new kimono or snag a new book on a shoestring!
That site is an invaluable resource, but it can be a little tricky to navigate. Do you know if the flea market at Yoyogi is the trendy second-hand fashion one? Or some other market? Some weekends there are other things happening in that space over the bridge from the main park, near the NHK studios , but they almost always manage to squeeze the flea market into a corner somewhere.
Being polite, trying to build a rapport and even being a bit cheeky will get you a long way in Japan. This is a late comment, but I am a flea market pro… have shopped at many but also had booths at a bunch of different ones. Of course, you should be nice.
But haggling is de rigueur. I bow to your experience! I still think the attitude is really important. Doing it with a smile and trying to build a rapport is the best way to go.
The clothing vendors often have shoes, and there are usually at least a couple of vendors exclusively selling shoes. The last Oi Keibajo market I went to had a vendor with hundreds of pairs of secondhand shoes, another couple of vendors with a bit less stock but still some selection. By the sound of it, the goods on sale might be more leather related, but it might be worth a look. Do you know any Flea market on March 18 or 19 ? We update it each week though so if you check https: Also, do you know about Ameya Yokocho?