Caring for little ones can be expensive; but the Living team always has some great tips to help you save money! They put together this list of some of the best places in the city to find bargains on kids’ clothing.


The Has-Bin Resale Shop

4734 Library Road
Bethel Park, PA 15102
(412) 835-9111

The Has-Bin in Bethel Park is a consignment resale shop with over 3,000 consignors that focuses on kids, babies and maternity. They offer daily sales, a clearance area, and popular brand only racks featuring names like Gap, Gymboree, and Abercrombie. Their website also provides shoppers with $5 off coupon they can use on any purchase over $25, and the coupon can be reused one time each day. If you buy a Has-Bin canvas bag from their store for $10, you can fill up the bag any day of the week with clearance items for just $3! Added benefits of shopping at The Has-Bin include a locking play area for children, shopping carts that are infant carrier compatible, and an area for nursing mothers.

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Plato’s Closet

7775 McKnight Road, North Hills
(412) 358-0330

3747 William Flynn Highway, Monroeville
(412) 372-2544

1025 Washington Pike, Bridgeville
(412) 257-5200


Teenagers (and these days pre-teens, too) can be even more expensive to outfit than babies and young kids. Not only are they still growing, and therefore regularly changing sizes, but now you also have to deal with the pressure of your kids wanting the same hip clothing brands and items that their BFF is wearing. Plato’s Closet focuses specifically on “trendy” resale clothing for older kids and teenagers, and has multiple locations in Pittsburgh. Xhilaration, Billabong, Bebe, Forever 21 and Jessica Simpson are just a few of the name brands being sold at Plato’s Closet. Bring your mini-adults here to shop and you might just gain “cool mom” status… even if just for a day.

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A Child’s Wardrobe

2200 Murray Avenue
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15217
(412) 422-3033

A Child’s Wardrobe has been operating in Squirrel Hill for over 15 years, and also happens to buy and sell adults clothing, too. They strive to offer newer clothing and name brands like Ralph Lauren, American Eagle, Abercrombie & Fitch, Hollister, Lacoste & Juicy Couture. You can also find shoes, maternity and plus sizes here, as well.

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Just Between Friends of Pittsburgh North hosts children’s and maternity consignment events in the spring & fall in clean and organized rotating venues. Only high quality and safe items are sold, and a unique online tagging system is used by consignors to provide an accurate and efficient system. This process allows consignors to be paid in a timely manner at the end of the events, and also lets them earn 65% profit from their sold items, which is more than the standard 40-50% that consignment shops often offer. Consignors also have the option of volunteering at the events to earn 70% on their sales and get first dibs at shopping during the presales. Consignors, first-time parents, teachers and military families have access to the presale events as well! The last day offers shoppers 50% off on much of the remaining merchandise. For upcoming sale dates and locations, visit Just Between Friends of Pittsburgh North.

Families living on a tight budget can discover more ways to experience Pittsburgh and save money by visiting the Family & Kids section of You can also check out their full list of Pittsburgh kids resale locations.

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