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So there’s a new season starting and you are a good girl/guy, you know how bad it is for a free mind to have this bunch of stuff you never wear. It’s too good to be thrown away and you think you can get a little bit of money out of it. So where and how to sell your clothes in Berlin?

You may need to consider which kind of stuff you have and if you’re willing to sell it yourself or not, which will lead you to several options. 

Sell your clothes to 2nd hand and vintage stores in Berlin

There’s many 2nd hand & Vintage store where you can sell your clothes in town. This is the best option for you if you have luxury and/or high-end fashion stuff and if you don’t want to sell it yourself. You can still bring along sophisticated items from Zara or H&M if you have but it’s not worthy if you have only those. (See below for that case). You have to consider that 2nd hand shops will take around 50% commission on a price which is already reduced so … do the math…

Each store has its own style so it’s important that you figured where you have the best chance to sell your garments. At the end, it’s always the people there who will say yes or no. At some places, you can just drop by the store with your bag but it’s better to get in touch before, by phone or email. First, some shops work only with an appointment but even for the others, you might pop in a busy moment or the shop has temporarily stopped to buy because they have too much stuff already.

The commission they take is usually between 40% and 50% and they warn you when an item has been sold. It’s quite obvious but let’s remind you that your clothes should be cleaned, in good shape and it’s always a bit annoying if you removed the brand label for some scratchy reasons.

Mons & Fabs – Prenzlauer Berg

Designers Vintage and Premium 2nd Hand. Without appointment except for plenty of clothes. You choose the prices together with the owner and they take 50% commissions. Individual conditions for Luxury items.

Infos about selling at Mons and Fabs

More about Mons & Fabs style

Gunvor – Mitte

High-end designer fashion and accessories. The items should fit the season. Without Appointments except for plenty of clothes. You choose the prices together with the owner and you´ll get 50% of the price, which is paid once the item has been sold.

Infos about selling at Gunvor

More about Gunvor´style

The Chrome Store – Neukölln

Chrome sells 2nd hand and vintage for men and women. The style is strong, classy and modern. For a small batch of clothes just drop by the shop otherwise call or send an email for an appointment. The deal is 50/50.

More about The Chrome Store´s style

Garments – Mitte & Prenzlauer Berg

Garment represents two shops selling vintage and 2nd hand for women. Here is the kingdom of cult designers who have the talent to make any woman sublime. Garment is for women who like to be looked at. Just drop an email to get an appointment.

More about Garments´style

Soeur – Prenzlauer Berg

If you´re French or if you have a little crush on French fashion label, this store is for you. The owner has definitely a crush herself so it´s the perfect place to sell such brands or other having a french touch. Only for women.

More about Soeur´s style

The Good store – Neukölln

The Good store is a very good compromise if you have a different kind of brands range. The owner is very aware of the last trends and the shop always look super appealing. Therefore you´re pretty sure to sell your clothes quite quickly. The deal is 50/50 for prices that you decide together. The clothes you bring must be seasonal. Just drop by the shop or ask for an appointment if you have a lot of stuff.

Brands: H&M and Zara as well as A.P.C or Prada

Infos about selling in at The Good Store

More details about The Good Store´s style

Sommerladen – Mitte

Little shop half underground, Sommerladen looks like the closet of some good friends, male and female. As a matter of fact, it´s mainly neighbors who bring their clothes to sell here, so you can find a lot of middle/high-level brands clothes, but also cheap and luxury brand. Give a call before you go: +49 30 240 499 88

More info about Sommerladen´s style

Selling Clothes without Commissions

Kleiner laden – Schöneberg

Also look like the closet of some girlfriends where we like to dig into. Kleider Laden sells all kind of clothes, from little black dresses to vintage grand soir outfit to super trendy skinny jeans. Get in touch with them to get an appointment and you´ll get a direct offer for the price.

More info about Kleiner Laden´s style

Sometimes Coloured – Friedrischshain

Patrick and Arianna own two 2nd hand and vintage shops in Friedrischain, Sometimes Coloured and King Kong. They buy directly your stock of garments as long as it’ trendy or timeless and sophisticated stuff.

More info about Sometimes Coloured´s style

Rosenrot – Kreuzberg (Kids)

A cute and nice little shop all red from outside and standing on the Lausitzer Platz, selling 2nd hand kids clothes, shoes, toys, and books. You can bring some clean, seasonal kids clothes to sell directly to them, as long as there’s no holes or such things and that it’s not bigger than a normal shopping bag. They’ll offer you a price after a couple of days and if you accept you get the money directly.

More about selling at Rosenrot

More about Rosenrot

Limonadenbaum – Neukölln (Kids)

Limonadenbaum sells a mix of 2nd hand and new clothes for baby and young kids (until 8), as well as shoes, accessories or toys. You can drop by with your kids stuffs to sell, they will look at it and get back to you after 2/3 days and you can decide if you buy with commissions or not.

More about selling at Limonadenbaum


Of course, there´s many more opportunities and you can have the full list from Dress Me Guide Me here :

All the shops where you can sell your clothes in Berlin

Also, a very good way to sell if you have a lot of stuff and a bit of energy is to rent a table with a friend in one of the trendy flea markets you will find in this list :

Berlin’s best Fashion Flea Markets & Events

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