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What, This Old Thing?

New homes for worn clothes.

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Beacon's Closet  

Unisex Affordable

Beacon’s Closet
88 N. 11th St., nr. Wythe Ave., Williamsburg; 718-486-0816; 92 Fifth Ave, nr. Warren St., Park Slope; 718-230-1630
The resale superstore, which doesn’t discriminate when it comes to brands, offers sellers 35 percent of the retail price in cash or 55 percent in store credit.


Women’s High-End

BIS Designer Resale
1134 Madison Ave., nr. 84th St., second fl.; 212-396-2760
Only Chanel-caliber labels are welcome here, but consigners get a generous 50 percent of the eventual sale price.


Women’s Mid-Price

Second Time Around
94 Seventh Ave., at 16th St.; 212-255-9455
Bring your Tibi and Marc Jacobs dresses and J Brand and Paige Premium jeans to this chainlet and get 40 percent of the selling price, usually in the low hundreds.


Men’s High-End

Gentlemen’s Resale
322 E. 81st St., nr. Second Ave.; 212-734-2739
For a fifty-fifty split of the sale price, consign perfect-condition designer pieces from the last three years.


Kids’ Affordable

Lulu’s Then and Now
75A Fifth Ave., nr. Prospect Pl., Park Slope; 718-398-5858
Drop off play clothes and dressier fare for children up to age 8 and score 25 percent cash or 40 percent store credit of the price tag.


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