two children holding shopping bags (kids resale and consignment shops in Boston)

My kids grow like weeds, and while I am a dedicated bargain shopper and coupon clipper, I sometimes find it difficult to justify spending money on clothing my girls will only wear a few times. So I’ve recently added a new list of stores to my shopping rotation — children’s resale shops and consignment stores in Greater Boston!

Many of these stores have super cute, high quality clothes and shoes for a fraction of the price. And there are so many that sell only kids’ clothing! Here are some fantastic kids’ resale shops and consignment stores in the Boston area for the next time you need a new outfit for your littles.

North of Boston

Apple of My Eye :: Melrose, MA

This Melrose shop was opened by a hip mom devoted to reusing and recycling. It has won many “family favorite” awards and offers a wide selection of quality secondhand maternity and nursing apparel, children’s clothing from newborn to big kids size 10, and baby gear and goods.

Fireflies Boutique :: Gloucester, MA

In addition to secondhand clothing — up to teen sizes — this consignment shop features adorable window displays plus locally made onesies, handmade booties and bibs, and many seasonal gift items! 

Fox and Robbin Shop :: Arlington, MA

This resale shop supports the Fox Library and Robbins Library in Arlington, and they accept donations of gently used, like-new clothing sized newborn to big kid 12, plus toys, books, and baby gear. This store is run by volunteers and is a great place to find children’s clothing while supporting the community.

Resale 4 Kids :: Danvers, MA

This resale shop features gently worn name-brand children’s clothing in sizes from newborn to 10. In addition, they sell baby gear, like high chairs and strollers and name-brand toys. All clothing, baby gear, and toys are current (within three years old) in order to ensure safety for all shoppers!

Children’s Drop & Shop :: Danvers, MA

This is a four-day children’s clothing consignment sales event for gently used, name brand children’s clothing and gear. They hold regional events twice a year — once in the spring for spring/summer items, and once in the fall for fall/winter items. The events take place at the Danvers Indoor Sports facility.

Children’s Orchard :: Amesbury, Norwood, Rowley, Seekonk, Westborough, MA

Offering in-store and online shopping, this chain of consignment stores has multiple locations for your shopping needs. They feature like-new children’s clothing, shoes, accessories, toys, and equipment at up to 70% off store prices. 

West of Boston

Growing Up Children’s Resale Boutique :: Belmont, MA

Located in the heart of Belmont’s Cushing Square, this shop offers a wide selection of gently used boys and girls clothes, toys, books, gear, and maternity wear. Clothing is name brand and current in order to offer the best selections to shoppers.

Fancy Pants for Kids :: Natick, MA

Fancy Pants is a small, family-owned, secondhand boutique that specializes in children’s apparel. They feature gently worn clothes and shoes, as well as gently used toys, books, strollers, and much more.

Closet to Closet Kids Resale Boutique :: Natick, MA

This family-owned and -operated shop is dedicated to providing high-end designer items for children and teens. In addition, they also features baby gear and children’s toys. The sprawling layout offers an abundant inventory.

South of Boston

Keeping Pace with Multiple Miracles :: West Bridgewater, MA

This place is a godsend for all moms. Their resale shop features clothing for newborns on up, and there is even a section of maternity clothing. In addition, they have shoes, baby gear, formula, toys, costumes, books, and more! Their resale shop is donated goods, and the money earned from sales goes toward the many programs offered at Keeping Pace.

Merry Go Rounds :: North Easton, MA

Merry Go Rounds is a curated, upscale resale shop. They feature preloved and new brand-name kids’ clothes, books, toys, and gifts. The goal of this consignment shop is to make shopping for kids more sustainable, affordable, and fun. There is both a brick-and-mortar shop and an online store where you can find great deals!

Kids Closet :: Pembroke, MA

This consignment shop offers quality children’s clothing from newborns to teens, plus toys, baby equipment, select sports gear and equipment, select electronics, and books. They even occasionally have American Girl dolls and accessories for sale! 

Kids Echo :: Lakeville, MA

This upscale resale shop specializes in children’s clothing and accessories, baby gear, toys, books, and more! They have a huge selection of the latest styles of name-brand merchandise in sizes newborn through teen.

There They Grow Again :: Pop-Up Resale Shop in Pembroke, MA

If you only make one visit a year to a children’s consignment shop in Boston, this is the one! Voted best children’s consignment sale in New England year after year, this resale event takes place annually and is always a big hit. Independent consignors sell clothing, baby gear, and toys. All sales are final.

Cape Cod

Consigning Kids :: South Yarmouth, MA

Featuring children’s clothing, shoes, toys, furniture, gear, and seasonal items, this shop has everything you want and need, year round. Follow their Facebook page for inventory updates and sales.

Cape Kids’ Treasures :: Falmouth & Hyannis, MA

This pop-up resale shop features thousands of new and gently used baby, kids, and maternity clothing, plus shoes and accessories, toys, games, baby gear, nursery items, and so much more! Check their website for shop dates, or shop online!

Know of any other resale or consignment stores for children in Greater Boston? Let us know!

Sarah Casimiro
Sarah grew up in Rhode Island and now lives in West Bridgewater, making brief stops in Quincy, Fall River, and East Bridgewater, along the way. She made the leap from Rhode Island to Massachusetts way back in 1999 when she decided to pursue a teaching degree at Boston University. She chose her career in 1987 and is currently teaching high school English to 10th and 12th graders, fulfilling a 6-year-old’s dream at the age of 22, a proclamation that often brings forth snickers from her students. She became a mother for the first time in 2016 to her daughter Cecilia, then doubled down in late 2018 with the birth of her second daughter, Adelaide. She currently lives with her husband, Jason, their dog, Nanook, their cat, Moxie, and five chickens. They share a home with her parents, who live above them and also provide the most amazing childcare for Ceci and Addie. Sarah couldn’t live without her family, her insulin pump (shout out to other T1D mamas), and Starbucks iced chai lattes. She could live without angry people, essay grading, and diaper changing.