Kelly’s Corner

  • KellysCorner
  • KellysCorner
  • KellysCorner
  • KellysCorner

Kelly’s Corner is a wonderful place to get high quality secondhand clothes for women and children. The store is locally-owned by Jackie Hunter. The store’s name was inspired by Jackie’s daughter, Kelly, because of her unique sense of fashion.

Kelly’s Corner first opened its doors in 2010 and moved to its current location in the Laurel district in 2014. They have an excellent collection of fashionable maternity and popular kids clothing brands that are like new and reasonably priced. Shopping secondhand is great for parents who want to dress their rapidly growing children in stylish clothes without breaking the bank. It is also an amazing opportunity for expecting mothers who can’t invest in a brand-new short-term wardrobe for themselves.

Parents who have beautiful children’s and maternity garments that are still in excellent condition but are no longer in use can sell their outfits on consignment at Kelly’s Corner. It’s a wonderful way to free up some closet space and earn a little cash while helping fellow parents and minimizing waste. You are invited to bring up to two paper grocery bags worth of clothing for evaluation Wednesday through Sunday. For clothing that does not meet consignment qualifications, Kelly’s Corner is happy to donate the clothing for you if you do not want to bring them back home.

Along with secondhand, clothes, shoes and accessories, Kelly’s Corner has an awesome collection of new toys, as well as maternity and nursing accessories. Want to find the perfect baby shower gift or a one-of-a-kind birthday present for a loved one? Come to Kelly’s Corner! They have great gifts including handcrafted goods made by local artisans, unique educational toys for under $40, and books for parents and children.

Whether you have an infant, a toddler, or a preteen, you will find something perfect for your little one, and for yourself at this fantastic boutique. Kelly’s Corner is easy to reach by car, bike, or bus. AC transit lines 14 and 57 stop right in front of the store. Parking along MacArthur Blvd is metered street, but you can find free parking on one of the residential cross streets. The Laurel district is extremely bike friendly and has ample bike parking.

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