February 16, 2022.


When you’re ready for some new items in your wardrobe, consider some of these local consignment and thrift stores. Consignment shopping provides a shopping experience that you can feel good about! You will feel exhilarated, knowing you found unique items, you are reducing waste, and that you spent less money = a win-win-win! 

Bee & Key Leduc

Location: 4809 50th Ave, Leduc 
Benefit #1: Discover designer brands at a fraction of the price. 

Stop by this local clothing consignment store based in Leduc, with a passion for fashion and a dream for all clothes to find new, loving homes. They carry designer labels, quality brands, and unique pieces, so you know you will always find some gems. We love their desire to allow women to feel like they have the power to refresh their wardrobe without breaking the bank. Private shopping experiences are also available to book!

Bee & Key Beaumont

Location: #102, 5302 – 50 Street, Beaumont
Benefit #2: Be a part of reducing the carbon footprint in the manufacturing industry.

A local consignment boutique in Beaumont, Alberta with fashion finds for women, men and children. Bee & Key are also proud to carry products made by local artisans and creators. Their approach to their store was to encourage the “renew, reuse, recycle” aspect in the clothing industry, they wanted women to feel like they had somewhere to take their clothing that wasn’t the landfill. 

Location: 4722 51 Avenue, Leduc
Benefit #3: Unearth rare finds and craft your own unique style.

The team at INVI are committed to searching for the right pieces to make your closet whole. Swing by for a gander and see what you can find. With stock constantly changing, be sure to visit them in-store and check back often! 

Location: 6102 – 50 Street, Leduc
Benefit #4: Feel good about your retail spending.

The Salvation Army is known for its deals, but did you know that it exists to meet human needs, and be a transforming influence in the communities of the world? By shopping (or donating) gently used clothing, textiles, and household items today, you make a difference in someone’s life tomorrow!

The Thrift Shop at Devon United Church 

Location: 2 Saint Clair Street, Devon
Benefit #5: Give back to others in your community by purchasing new treasures.

The Thrift Shop provides affordable, gently used clothing plus small household items. This spot is known to have an awesome selection of quality finds for the whole family! And we appreciate that all the funds raised are re-distributed back to the community and the church. 

LB Closet & Boutique

Location: 5222B – 50 Street, Leduc
Benefit #6: Get creative to put together new looks.

Beautifully displayed inventory and friendly service, make finding new pieces even easier. Carrying a variety of women’s clothing and accessories, you will be sure to find the perfect “new-to-you” items for a fraction of the cost of buying new. You will surely want to share this lovely little gem with friends or family!

2nd Glance

Location: 5607B – 50 Street, Leduc
Benefit #7: Go treasure-hunting at this one-stop shop.

A cute, clean environment makes this store a must-see and a must-shop! Not only can you find affordable unique and vintage fashions, you can also browse gently used items such as house wares, furniture, and sporting items! Check out thee Facebook page.

Whether you need an outing on your own or with your besties, thrifting is a activity that you can feel good about – while you look good, too!  
Looking forward to doing something fun in the Region this weekend? Share your experience with us on social using #discoverleducregion + tell us about your thrifting!

Happy shopping! 

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