Recycle your clothing and buy some second-hand treasures buried within these eclectic thrift stores! You never know what you’ll find—a vintage coat, some mod furniture, or perhaps some recently donated new jewelry? No matter what you’re looking for, Rhode Island’s thrift store scene offers it all!
Imagine racks upon racks upon racks of the most inexpensive clothing—that’s Savers. Walk in and you’ll feel as if you could spend hours perusing the seemingly endless corridors of clothing. Everything comes at a reasonable price, too!
Buy, sell, and trade your old clothing for new at this expansive thrift store! The store pays 15 cents a pound in cash for your home décor, sporting goods, tools, small appliances, and clothing. If you’re buying, you’ll be able to find $6 dresses, $5 jeans, and $3 skirts—and get half price every Tuesday and Sunday!
You’ll find all sorts of things to peruse at Estate Services: furniture, toys, clothing and more! Located in an unassuming part of Warwick along Factory Street, Estate Services is an incredible treasure that will make your trek worth it!
Make sure to check out St. Paul’s weekly $1 clothing sales on Saturdays. They always have incredible window displays that show off only a fraction of the great clothes, hats and shoes that you’ll find inside!
New Inventory is always moving in and out of Togs. Their clothing moves through a 60-day period, after which they donate to local charities. All of their clothing is gently used and high quality. You’ll be surprised at what you discover hidden on their racks.
April Showers specializes in consignment sales for children’s clothes and items. If you’re a mother to be, this is the go-to place for you! New items enter into their inventory daily, and they also carry a great amount of maternity clothes as well!
Give yourself time to browse the wide selection of thrifted and vintage goods that Closet Revival has to offer! The store opened on 2001 and has switched locations several times, but their eclectic vibe and great inventory of men and women’s clothes has remained a constant.
Those strolling past Rocket to Mars will first notice their humorous window displays! If that wasn’t tempting enough, stop in to pet their cat-in-residence, Cheech, who roams about the store. You’ll find plenty of kitschy items within their vintage collection.
You’ll love the incredible vintage selection at this well-curated shop, located just across from Rocket to Mars! The best reason to stop by Hall’s? Their vintage jewelry. Owner Mary Ellen will talk you through all of the bargains she offers daily, too.
The nonprofit Stone Soup Thrift Shop aims to respectfully make quality used clothes accessible to everyone. Anyone is welcome to donate items! Their friendly staff and volunteers will make sure to help you out, whether you’re buying or donating.