Consignment: Clothing and Household

Retro truly is rad, especially these days, and so is putting a stop to the amount of trash our society creates. Instead of buying new clothing or household goods, why not check out a consignment shop the next time you need something? You can even make money consigning goods that you are no longer using (check with specific shops for their buying and selling arrangements). Some local consignment shops include:

  • Concord Trader sells your antiques, collectibles, electronics and more on eBay. See their website or email for more info.
  • Reflections (101 Commonwealth in West Concord) for women's clothing
  • Resale Inc. (191 Sudbury Rd., Concord) resale of gently used luxury items. See their website for more info.
  • Tables to Teapots (240 Arlington Street in West Acton) for household goods and other treasure. See their website for more info. 
  • Teresina's (4 Nason Street in Maynard Center) for clothing and household goods. See their website for more info.

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"Around the world, there has been a three-fold increase in extreme weather events over the past three decades."

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