About Us

Connecting the world’s most passionate shoppers & consignors

Shopper's Paradise

Through our online store, and 6,000 sq ft. showroom in Dallas, we provide resale shopping at it’s finest - Handbags, Shoes, Accessories, Jewelry and Clothing from brands like CHANEL, Tory Burch, Louboutin – sold at 50%-85% below retail.  We also carry a number of best-of-breed casual brands such as Lululemon and UGGS.

Consignor's Choice

We consistently deliver the resale industry’s highest earnings for our clients.  Our massive shopper base and sophisticated merchandising processes yield higher price points and faster sell through.  Our consignor share starts at 50%, increases to 60% for high value items.

Our Story

A Star is Born - 1974

Clotheshorse Anonymous began as classic garage start-up – a local clothing swap operated by two neighborhood moms, Jan Kennedy and Nancy Ungerman. With 6 kids between them, Jan and Nancy stole time from domestic duties to satisfy their entrepreneurial longings and love of high fashion. It was a time of energy, experimentation and fun in Fashion and Texas was into it big!

Our Name

When Jan and Nancy approached the fashionistas of Texas high society about profiting from their gently-worn clothing, the idea was a 'delicate' topic – hence the promise of discretion in our company name. Our consignors secrets, and their trust have always been safe with us. Clotheshorse’s ongoing innovation in creating an unparalleled experience for our consignors has been the key to our longevity and success.


Since our humble beginnings in the 70s, CHA has grown to become an internationally-recognized destination for shoppers and consignors alike. We've now served over 25,000 consignment clients, and their incredible inventory creates an unparalleled shopping experience for our large and dynamic community of shoppers in North Texas and around the world. Fashion trends have come and gone since 1974 - but our original commitment to our customers, signified in our name, has never gone out of style!

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