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Ohio Womens Consignment stores.

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Curiosity Shop

(330) 702-9696
584 East Main Street Suite 30
Canfield, Ohio 44406
Upscale women's resale shop with the finest quality, selection, and prices. Sizes from 0 to 26. New gift line includes new purses, jewelry, stain-glass pieces.

Category: Womens Consignment Shop

Curvy Consignments

(440) 327-0608
32674 Center Ridge Road
North Ridgeville, Ohio 44039
At Curvy Consignments, our focus is to provide new or like new clothing, outerwear, shoes, jewelry and accessories for women who want to look great without spending a fortune. We carry clothing sizes 16 or 5X and up and shoes size seven and up.

Category: Womens Consignment Shop


(330) 492-7004
4125 Cleveland Ave NW
Canton, Ohio 44709
Celebrate the selection and savings on fine apparel, shoes, and accessories at Encore, a Canton consignment and resale "institution".

Category: Womens Consignment Shop

Encore! Resale and Consignment

(513) 921-5204
4888 Guerley Road
Cincinnati, Ohio 45238
Women’s clothing and accessories, plus home accessories, jewelry, small furnishings.

Category: Womens Consignment Shop

The Mustard Seed Boutique

(513) 221-4022
311 Ludlow Avenue
Cincinnati, Ohio 45220
The goal of The Mustard Seed Boutique is to offer an eclectic selection of clothing and accessories for all ages and styles. From gently work designer jeans and vintage dresses to new shoes and locally designed jewelry and tees. Shopping at the boutique is a fun, affordable, and personable experience.

Category: Womens Consignment Shop


The Snooty Fox

(513) 791-6524
9500 Kenwood Road
Blue Ash, Ohio 45242-6180
The Snooty Fox is a chain of upscale clothing and furniture consignment shops in the greater Cincinnati area.

Category: Womens Consignment Shop

Tips for Fashion Consignment Shopping

1. Make a point to visit a few weeks after a change of season, a time when many people clean out their closets to make room for new clothes.

2. Take a look at all styles that you fancy, and that look like they might fit. Previous owners may have had garments altered, so the size 12 may fit more like a size 10.

3. Consider altering items that may not fit perfectly. Even with a nominal tailoring charge, you're likely to come away with a great deal, especially on high-end designer items.