- Timothy Phillips
- Organized racks help you shop at Fringe & Fray.
DYD DYD goes by various names, such as "Drop Yer Drawers" or "Drum Yer Drum," but one thing remains — an eclectic shop that refuses to lose its vintage charm. DYD has occupied the Garland District for more than 20 years, and you can find clothes older than that. Music accompanies you while you sift through old leather jackets or Johnny Cash records. You can find foreign art or a new stereo system. The best part? Everything is roughly $20 or less. 719 W. Garland Ave. Spokane, Wash.
Echo Boutique Echo Boutique is proud to provide Spokanites with an opportunity to recycle fashionable items. The consignment shop offers some fun and funky pieces alongside lots of classic staples, including timeless dresses, cashmere sweaters and Chanel flats. 176 S. Howard St. Spokane, Wash. • 747-0890 • echoboutiquespokane.com
Fringe & Fray Those who thrift know that the best thing about buying used is that no one else can truly duplicate your signature style. At Fringe & Fray, stylish and sustainable shoppers are grateful for the always-changing inventory and visually pleasing (not to mention organized) racks. "We need more boutiques like Fringe & Fray in Spokane!" Spokanite Jalen Bolz tells the Inlander. "The staff is always extremely friendly, and they constantly have new items, unlike so many other boutiques." 1325 W. First Ave. Spokane, Wash. • 720-7116 • fringeandfray.net
M and M Apparel Neat and tidy, this consignment shop makes shopping for the whole family simple and affordable. This shop sets itself apart from others by selling only higher-quality items while keeping thrift-store prices. Kids can enjoy the play area, while parents shop and look over everything from maternity wear to men's polo shirts. Be sure to check out their herb-infused goat milk products and take a free sample of soap! 635 W. Garland Ave. Spokane, Wash. • 768-6162 • facebook.com/MandMApparel
The Reclothery The Reclothery has been helping Spokane women keep their closets fresh for more than 35 years. The clothes are seasonal and frequently geared toward professional and/or adult women, but the accessories (think Kate Spade bags and Frye boots) will appeal to all ages. 613 S. Washington St. Spokane, Wash. • 624-9741 • thereclothery.com
Veda Lux This tiny South Perry boutique offers a variety of hand-picked vintage and modish clothing items and accessories at affordable prices. Owner Summer Hightower makes most of the jewelry in stock, which is crafted using vintage elements, refashioned antique pieces and a mix of earthy and brilliantly colored stones. 1106 S. Perry St. Spokane, Wash. • 475-1674 • vedaluxboutique.com
Windfall Thrift If you get a retail high buying what looks like a brand-new purse for $2, then get the good feelings going at Windfall Thrift. They have an always-changing assortment of holiday dresses, Christmas sweaters, vintage furs and purses, along with housewares and décor. Score the best deals when they hold their clean-sweep bag sales. 1024 S. Perry St. Spokane, Wash. • 534-3888 •
ZipperZ This consignment shop boasts not only more "upscale" clothing but also impeccable organization. Clothing is sorted into casual wear on one side of the store, formal on the other, and items are arranged by color. Brand-name clothing with budget-friendly prices can be found with just a little searching. Besides clothes and prom dresses, the store has shoes, purses and even locally made jewelry. 911½ W. Garland Ave. Spokane, Wash. • 315-9033 • facebook.com/ZipperZ.Inc