If you’re ever in the Los Angeles area and feel like you need to give yourself a new look or you just want to get something to complete your current one, we’re here to help so you don’t break the bank.
On this page, we’ve compiled a list of consignment stores that offer quality products, including handbags. It doesn’t matter if they’re a small independent store or part of a chain of stores, we’ve got it on the list.
Of course, these stores all accept consignments as well. So if you’re finding that your collection is getting a little too big and you want to make space for a new addition, just contact the stores and they can run you through the process.
Please be aware that due to COVID-19, some shops may have varying opening hours. If in doubt, just call the store before you plan to visit.
Gift of Garb
Located along Hyperion Avenue, this consignment store has a wide range of items to choose from, including designer handbags. With over 20 years of experience, you can be sure that this store knows a thing or two about reselling designer products. They make a habit of not consigning anything that would retail over $500, so you can be sure what you’re getting won’t break the bank.
1835 Hyperion Ave
Los Angeles, CA 90027
Phone: (323) 909-2291
Recess Consign Inc.
Located on La Brea Avenue, this consignment store specializes in collecting unique, eclectic items from around the world. With over a decade of experience, there’s nearly no end to the number of different items this store has on offer, from vintage designer products to truly one-of-a-kind items you won’t find anywhere else.
111 N La Brea Ave
Los Angeles, CA 90036
Phone: (323) 931-4009
Located along Westwood Boulevard, this store prides itself on having high-end products at prices that won’t break the bank. They have sales associates on hand that are happy to help you find what you’re looking for without going over budget.
2008 Westwood Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90025
Phone: (424) 256-2861
Please let us know if we need to make any alterations to this list. If any stores close, move, or open up, we’d like to know. It helps us keep this list as up-to-date as possible.
Keep in mind that due to COVID-19, some smaller stores might restrict the number of customers allowed in at one time. It’s also likely that some stores will require you to wear a mask for you to enter. It’s better to be safe than sorry, so make sure you’ve got your mask with you when you decide to go shopping.
Make sure to take an unmarked bag with you as well when you make your purchases. That way you can keep prying eyes away if you end up purchasing any high-end products.