Where to shop secondhand in Indianapolis, IN

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About 10.5 million tons of clothing are sent to landfills every year, so today (Thurs., Aug. 25) we’re celebrating National Secondhand Wardrobe Day by visiting one of these local vintage + consignment shops.

Broad Ripple/SoBro

The Toggery, 1810 Broad Ripple Ave., Ste. 4

This men’s and women’s consignment store has been around since 1986 + focuses on providing designer looks for up to 70% off the retail price.

Newman & Co., 720 E. 65th St.

This shop is known as Indy’s only men’s ware consignment store.


Newman & Co. also carries furniture and home goods. | Photo by @newmanco.shop


Nuova Vita Vintage, 907 N. Pennsylvania St.

Just in time for that transition to fall fashion, Nuova Vita Vintage released 100+ hand-selected fall collection pieces.

Zodiac Vintage, 1060 Virginia Ave.

You may also recognize this Fountain Square staple from the many pop-up markets Indy has had over the past year.

North side

Thrifty Threads, 1501 W. 86th St.

This thrift store + donation center is owned and operated by The Julian Center — the state’s largest organization supporting victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, and other life crises.

Hot House Market, 8701 Keystone Crossing

This locally-owned shop in the Fashion Mall has a wide range of hand-picked vintage pieces, as well as current trends. Fun Fact: Nicole briefly worked at this shop before becoming your City Editor.

South side

Clothes Rack, 3121 W. Thompson Rd.

We couldn’t find a website or active social media page for this shop (does this qualify it as a hidden gem?) but online reviews claim this shop has it all — from reasonable prices to great quality and selections.

Selective Seconds, 1000 N. State Rd. 135, Greenwood

Shopping at a thrift or consignment store can be overwhelming in person, so this shop offers online shopping and live shopping on Facebook.

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