Portlanders love thrift and consignment stores. Thankfully, our city caters to this affinity and is chock full of places where bargain hunters thrive. Whether your style is a pair of Levi’s jeans and a secondhand flannel or a vintage dress with like new Dr. Martens or Frye’s, you’ll find it at these thrift and consignment shops.
Here’s an extensive list of thrift and consignment stores in the Portland metro area. A lot of these stores have items beyond clothing with extensive books collections, recreational gear, kitchenware, artwork and home decor, furniture, and books.
You can also use this list as your guide to places you can sell your stuff in Portland. There is a consignment store for just about all of the stuff you own.
For all of you who want to skip the list, we’ve already done the heavy lifting for you. Here’s our list of the five best thrift shops in Portland. Yes, it is subjective based on our thrifting preferences. No, we do not have to agree, but we do entertain recommendations!
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Portland Area Thrift and Consignment Stores
I have broken this list of thrift and consignment stores into categories: Clothing and Household Items; Vintage; and Music. Some of these locations have a variety of all these items and I have included that in the descriptions. If it is not made clear in the name, I have also labeled each as a thrift or consignment store.
Clothing and Household Items
This category of Portland area thrift and consignment stores covers clothing, shoes, furniture, decor, art and books. If you are looking for vintage and music, keep scrolling.
10209 NE Sandy Blvd.
You can’t miss the red, white and blue building along Sandy Blvd. The thrift store sells just about everything and offers 25% off on Wednesday and Saturday.
1036 W. Burnside St.
1420 SE 37th Ave.
At the two Portland consignment shop locations you’ll find a large selection of secondhand clothing, shoes and accessories.
4838 SW Scholls Ferry Road
Love cats? Shop for clothing, shoes, craft supplies, books, housewares, jewelry and accessories at this thrift store and you’ll be supporting the work of Cat Adoption Team.
128 NW 23rd Ave.
3736 SE Hawthorne Blvd.
The consignment shops sell new and used clothing, shoes and accessories, including brand-name items.
10330 SE 82nd Ave.
Thrift store chain has used clothing and home goods, as well as new items like bedding and furniture.
1463 NE Killingsworth St.
You never know what treasure you may come across on the shelves at this thrift store. The walls of the store are covered in beautiful artwork and the store boasts a toy selection priced at a dime and a penny.
7400 North Lombard St.
This Native woman-owned consignment shop is a mix of clothing, jewelry, and accessories.
8128 N Denver Ave.
The consignment shop sells furniture, clothing, decor, jewelry and gardening.
1943 SE Sixth Ave.
This location is massive with a great selection of books along with clothing and household items. Since you can expect about the same types of items at all Goodwill locations, I have grouped together the list of all locations in the Portland metro:
Goodwill Store Lombard
3134 N Lombard St.
Goodwill Store Broadway
1231 NE Broadway St.
Goodwill on 10th
739 SW 10th Ave.
Goodwill Store Halsey
12250 NE Halsey St.
Goodwill Store Powell
9015 SE Powell Blvd.
Goodwill Store Woodstock
6125 SE 52nd Ave
Goodwill Store Beaverton
12975 SW Westgate Drive
Goodwill Store Cornell
16157 NW Cornell Road, Hillsboro
Goodwill Store Fisher’s Landing
1200 SE 162nd Ave., Vancouver
Goodwill Store Salmon Creek
14300 NE 20th Ave., Vancouver
Goodwill Store Vancouver
6425 NE Fourth Plain, Vancouver
Goodwill Store Hazel Dell
1600 NE 78th St., Hazel Dell
Goodwill Outlet locations sell items by the pound and have a constantly changing selection of goods. Be prepared with gloves to dig through the bins of donated items. You’ll find everything from clothing to furniture. Here are the three locations in the Portland metro:
Goodwill Outlet Airport Way
5950 NE 122ND Avenue
1740 SE Ochoco St., Milwaukie
Goodwill Outlet Vancouver
9025 NE 117th Ave., Vancouver
10630 NE Halsey St.
Specializes in pre-owned furniture, collectibles, vintage clothing and accessories, jewelry, books, music and electronics.
511 S Carolina St.
The Johns Landing women’s resale boutique has an eclectic array of on-trend designer luxury and everyday style, including designer handbags and shoes.
23 NE 10th Dr., Gresham
Clothes, shoes, books, electronics, games, movies
1636 NW Fairview Dr., Gresham
This consignment store specializes in teens and young adult clothing.
This is a national consignment store sells new and used sporting equipment and fitness gear. Products at the store include fitness and exercise equipment; football, baseball, softball, volleyball, ice and field hockey, lacrosse, soccer and track and field gear; and bicycles and winter sports gear.
Play It Again Sports has two locations in the Portland metro area:
Play It Again Sports – Vancouver
11505 NE Fourth Plain Blvd, Suite D-1
Vancouver, WA 98662
Play It Again Sports – Beaverton
9244 SW Beaverton-Hillsdale Hwy
Beaverton, OR 97005
3080 SE Division St.
The consignment store specializes in high-end women’s clothing, shoes, handbags and accessories.
11049 SE Main St.
Since 2012, the used furniture has been handpicking vintage home goods and professionally reclaiming, restoring and reviving them.
19239 S.E. McLaughlin Blvd., Gladstone
Find clothing, shoes, linens, jewelry, accessories, housewares, toys, books, electronics and furniture.
707 NE Fremont St.
The 2,000 square foot consignment store features curated community goods with 13,000 consignors.
7901 SW Cirrus Dr bldg 27, Beaverton
With an all volunteer staff, proceeds from Sam’s Attic support children in Good Samaritan International schools and orphanages in Uganda.
3204 Southeast Hawthorne Blvd.
The consignment boutique has new and used contemporary women’s clothing from sizes 12 and up.
1506 NE Couch St.
There is a little bit of everything at this thrift store, including clothes, hats, shoes, furniture and household items.
7126 SE Milwaukie Ave.
This community apparel store offers clothing and accessories for men, women and kids for trade or purchase.
8235 SE 13th Ave.
The consignment and trading shop has gently used clothing for children ages newborn to 12 years old.
5012 NE 42nd Ave.
The consignment shop sells furniture, clothing, decor, jewelry and gardening.
5050 SE 82nd Ave.
Purchases of clothing, furniture, and kitchenware from this thrift store support Pacific Northwest Adult & Teen Challenge, a nonprofit providing recovery services to men and women.
8304 SE Stark St.
Shop a curated selection of clothing, household items, furniture, artwork and musical instruments. Proceeds supports The Arc’s mission to provide advocacy, support, and services to people and families experiencing intellectual and developmental disabilities.
2808 NE Martin Luther King Jr Blvd. Ste. 5
Features clothing, shoes and accessories. A portion of proceeds support NW Collaborative, a women-led nonprofit that provides resources to those involved in and coming out of domestic violence, homelessness, addiction, and trafficking.
1981 SE Monroe St., Milwaukie
The women’s consignment shop is filled with brand name apparel, shoes and accessories.
11611 SW Pacific Hwy., Tigard
The thrift store is the work therapy location for the men and women of the LifeChange recovery community. Proceeds from the store supports the recovery program.
6517 N Interstate Ave.
The consignment shop’s purpose is to reuse, repurpose, and trade of perfectly sound items.
4035 SE Division St.
The consignment shop has a little bit of everything with clothes, antiques, art, housewares and collectibles.
2230 NW Glisan St.
Browse clothing, furniture, and housewares. Proceeds benefit the William Temple House.
3630 SE Division St.
The consignment shop features vintage housewares, decor, art, clothing and accessories.
7910 SE Stark St.
Take a step back in time with this shop’s selection of vinyl, vintages, decor, jewelry and art.
Each location is comprised of a collective of vintage dealers. There are more than 70 experienced vendors between the two locations that have gathered special vintage finds for you to peruse.
House of Vintage – Portland
3315 SE Hawthorne Blvd.
Specializes in vintage clothing ranging from the 1920s through the 2000s.
House of Vintage – Vancouver
1501 Main St., Vancouver
Specializes in mid-century furniture, decor and collectables.
4528 SE Woodstock Blvd.
The vintage shop brings together several vendors offering a large selection of clothing, furniture, art, jewelry, records and other nostalgic oddities.
3590 SE Hawthorne Blvd.
This consignment shop has a large selection of vintage clothing as well as tons of costumes in the fall.
2500 SE Hawthorne Blvd.
This is an iconic resale store on Hawthorne. Its focus is secondhand furniture, home decor and clothing.
7419 N Burlington Ave.
The St Johns business buys, consigns and sells fretted stringed instruments, amps and pedals.
2533 SE Belmont St.
The shop sells used and new vinyl records. Bring in records to sell or trade.
55 SE 11th Ave.
11905 NE Halsey St.
The two Portland locations buy, sell, trade and consign a variety of used, new, and vintage music instruments and pedals.
8216 N Denver Ave.
The buy, sell and trade music store specializing in used vinyl and cassettes.
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