While there are many choices for saving money at resale shops in Phoenix, AZ, we pride ourselves on having outstanding, personalized service from people who care. Our store is locally owned and operated and we have amazing items at even more amazing prices.
If you’re thinking about going to a chain resale shop like Kid to Kid or Other Mothers, please consider stopping at Hayden’s Closet in North Phoenix as well. We can save you time and gas, in addition to our every day low prices! Our store is clean and cute. And, if we don’t have what you’re looking for, we’ll save you even more time by scouring the earth, looking for your items at a price you think is fair!
Why shop resale? I think these ladies said it best: (Taken From the Deer Valley Times Newspaper):
If you’ve never thought of shopping resale before heading to the mall, you may want to reconsider Bargains – All resale items are not created equal! There are many items that are actually not used at all. Look for those “new with tags” deals.
Quality – Sure, you can purchase a new pair of no-name-brand-jeans at WalMart for $20. But what if you could purchase a designer $100 pair, with a great fit and high quality for just $20?
Job Interviews – Many times the outfits you need to impress on a job interview are not the type of work clothes you need on the job. You can look great and spend much less by shopping resale and save your money for clothing you’ll need later.
Weight Loss – During the middle of your weight loss, when nothing fits, a resale shop can save you hundreds by helping you look great without having to purchase an entirely “new” wardrobe.
Kids – They outgrow everything, quickly. Take the money you save by shopping resale and put it in their college fund, take a family vacation or donate the savings to a local charity in need.
In Style Exchange LLC is a new and resale clothing boutique located at 19401 N. Cave Creek Road in North Phoenix. Find them on face book or call: 602-569-1767. Sara and Sandy consider their store the “coolest local Fashion Hotspot” in the area. It has mom-n-pop store character with all of the fashion of a large chain store.