The Black Market Clothing Exchange

We purchase, sell, and trade new to gently used name brand and vintage cloting and acessories.


Our Story

Black Market Clothing Exchange was started in 2004 by Jaclyn Tejeda. Jaclyn saw an opportunity to give Lincoln a buy, sell, and trade store. She opened Black Market Clothing Exchange in Gold’s Building in downtown Lincoln, Nebraska. Within a year of being in the Gold’s Building, she remodeled and expanded her store.

Finally, Black Market Clothing Exchange found it’s home at 56th and Old Cheney. This building is known as the Glamhouse, which holds all their items for sale. At the Glamhouse, individuals have the opportunity to shop, try on clothing, rent out the building, and get styled on certain Fridays.

They also have a warehouse that they use for sorting clothing, using textiles to create repurposed items and hold their 91 cent sales. They would like to open this building up to the public in the future to educate individuals on sewing and how they repurpose items that cannot be worn again.

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How to Sell

We accept new and gently used modern styles. No appointments necessary; We look through clothing on a first come, first serve basis.

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Black Market Clothing exchange is passionate about its carbon footprint. They keep themselves educated on ways to repurpose clothing. Their impact on the environment is important to them therefore, they don’t use plastic bags.

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Reserve Glamhouse

Set up a private shopping experience today! We will close the store from the public for your 2 hour event.

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Photo of Glamhouse Store Front

Upcoming Events

Foxy Friday

Come get fashion style advice from the one and only Maddie Graham of Frugal Fox. Whatever your body type, Maddie knows how to style for your particular shape. These events are great opportunities to learn more about her Closet Cleanouts and Wardrobe Consultations.

91 cent Sale

TWICE a month our SEW (Sustainable Eco-friendly Warehouse) is open to the public for an overflow sale. Our textile recycling program is bursting at the seams and we want to give back to you.