Best Thrift or Consignment Store 

Readers' Pick

First Place: Clover

3024 W. Cary St.

Second Place: Diversity Thrift

Third Place: Goodwill

Cute and colorful Clover, the little sis of Carytown consignment stores Clementine and Ashby, is a parent’s delight. The shop features great deals on kids’ name-brand clothing, shoes and gear, and plenty to keep little ones occupied while you shop. You can find an adorable smocked dress or pair of oh-so-trendy Bean boots that have been gently worn — children grow so fast they rarely wear out anything. It’s also a boon to parents of those growing sprouts who want to recover some cash for outgrown but perfectly respectable-looking wardrobe items. Helping underserved members of the community is part of the appeal of donating and shopping at Diversity and Goodwill, both nonprofits with warehouses full of clothing, furniture and housewares just waiting to be re-homed. Diversity also houses the Richmond Gay Community Center and makes charitable contributions to local service agencies, and by shopping at Goodwill you’re supporting its mission of helping folks succeed in the job market.


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