I highly recommend this place, My wife and I have been bringing things there since they opened and this place is super clean and organized! They only accept like new items and then sell them at a reasonable price. It's was nice getting a little money for our outgrown children's things and buying larger sizes at great prices. I've been to a couple other consignment shops with my wife, but this place out beats them all. They even have a $1.00 section that was perfect for camp clothes! The staff is super friendly and helpful. My wife and I would give them 10 stars if we could.
131 E Hillsboro BlvdDeerfield Beach, FL 33441
From Business: A Summer Place Consignments provides a great way to sell your gently used furnishings and home decor in these ever changing times. With great service and prices, yo…
2714 E. Oakland Park BlvdFort Lauderdale, FL 33306
From Business: Come visit us at our new location 2714 E. Oakland Park Blvd., Fort Lauderdale (East of Federal Highway Southside on Oakland Park, next to Bayview Diner. We offer cl…
Definitely one of the best consignment stores in the Fort Lauderdale area. They have a ton of clothing -- designer and boutique brands, plus a big rack of $10 jeans, and a bit of vintage pieces. But this place is really all about the designer bags and shoes. The selection is amazing. And it's all authentic! From Chanel to Louis Vuitton to Gucci, Prada, and Dior, you definitely won't want to leave empty handed. Prices are all reasonable, and there is a ton of bags priced under $100. Recently found a vintage Gucci bag for around $100 and a pair of Louboutins for $300.
We just discovered this very cool consignment store as we drove along Federal, decided to stop not expecting much and came away with a pair of Gucci driving shoes, practically new for $120! So while they are not the cheapest in town they are probably one of the best for authentic designer clothing and accessories. We bought a bunch of other stuff including jeans, belts, tee-shirts and (because we're from Ohio) a couple of cashmere sweaters. What's not too like?