Kid to Kid is picky about the clothes that they will buy. For the mom (or dad) of a messy eater that may be bad news, but it's great for everyone on the lookout for some cute clothes that aren't going to start adding to the college debt before your child is even out of diapers.
The prices are a little higher than local thrift stores but the quality is also better. The store is small but well organized; each aisle is tagged by gender and size, and stuffed full of cute clothes. Some of the clothes are new, and therefore are a little more expensive, but there is enough used clothing that you can make some significant gains to your child's wardrobe for under $30. It's easy to find well cared for name brands, such as Gymboree and Old Navy.
I haven't sold any outgrown clothes yet (although I have enough that I'm starting to run out of storage space in my son's closet) but it seems like a great system. Come in, get rid of the things that are never going to fit again, and use the money to go up to the next size.
The staff is friendly and helpful, much more so than at local chain stores. It's easy to get an even better deal by using coupons, which they give you at the register, or their punch card, which is buy at least $10 worth for 10 visits and get $10 off.
The only thing that would make this store better is if they had a better selection of used toys. I've never really found a good deal on toys there. It may be because the store is simply too small to really accommodate the extra space, but it seems like they have such a good system already for finding quality used merchandise that it's too bad they don't expand a little more.