Thrift, consignment + vintage stores in Charleston, SC

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This Thursday, August 25, is National Secondhand Wardrobe Day, and what better way to celebrate + promote sustainability than by, well, shopping second hand. You’ll save money, curate a unique wardrobe, and stop clothes from ending up in landfills, just to name a few benefits.

Whether you’re a thrifting enthusiast or looking to switch up your shopping routine, the Charleston area is home to some great thrift, consignment + vintage stores — here are a few.


Drop off your gently-used items at one of these Holy City consignments and shop from what your neighbors cleared from their closets.


Before heading to your favorite big-box store or browsing online for the perfect fall outfit, stop by one of Charleston’s vintage stores for a unique statement piece.

  • Red Rose Vintage | Shop the online store, follow along on Instagram for drops, or visit the airstream pop-up’s grand reopening on Sat., Aug. 27 at 584 King St.
  • 84Flea, Tradesman Brewing Co., 1647 King St Ext. | Explore a variety of vendors at this vintage market.
  • Selective, 272 Meeting St., Unit B.
  • Exchange Factor, 5128 Rivers Ave., North Charleston


Alexa, play “Thrift Shop.” Whether you’re looking for a laid-back establishment or an upscale, boutique thrift store, Charleston has multiple locations where you can find gently used items with only $20 in your pocket.

We hope you take advantage of these suggestions and celebrate National Secondhand Wardrobe Day in style this year.

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