No Labels Clothing Cooperative is a clothing retail thrift store based at 224 Allen Street in Buffalo, New York. Our goal is to build a safe, LGBTQ-focused, universally designed, People of Color-centered, multilingual-friendly, feminist worker cooperative; a safe space for everyone where we can work together in solidarity, creating sustainable jobs in our community.
Our aim is to create the safest shopping experience possible: we will have no size tags on our thrifted garments. Rather, we plan to size them ourselves using gender-inclusive, universal measurements. We will feature thrifted garments priced on a sliding scale so everyone can find something they love!
We are presently waiting on a license to sell our thrifted garments- the City of Buffalo classifies thrift clothing as second hand items, and requires a second-hand dealer licence to sell such items. However, we can sell all other items in our shop! Come by and pick up everything from Asexual flags to… err… something that begins with Z.
We have a free store for gently used garments as well- this is a permanent feature for our space.
We currently accept new or gently used garments, and accessories. You may donate garments during store hours. See our section on Clothing Upcycling for more information.
We also upcycle used binders.