I wear a lot of old clothes. (These shops are all downtown. I'd love Brooklyn recommendations!)
  1. Shareen Vintage
    The dresses are reasonably priced (around $30-70), and Shareen's line of reworked vintage items (closer to $100) is fantastic. Warning: No dressing rooms and no boys allowed.
  2. Procell
    Cool new-ish shop that specializes in streetwear: rare rap tees, Bart Simpson shirts, Nike windbreakers.
  3. Screaming Mimi's
    It can be a bit overwhelming, but it's nice that the merchandise is sorted by decade.
  4. Star Struck
    Perfect place for soft, thin vintage t-shirts.
  5. No Relation Vintage
    I once got a Gunne Sax dress here for $8! It's a little dirty, but you can find great deals.
  6. Amarcord
    The jewelry selection is TIGHT.
  7. What Goes Around Comes Around
    Super luxurious! The best selection of vintage Chanel in the world, probably.
  8. Pippin
    Jewelry only. This is my go-to place to buy gifts!
  9. The Quality Mending Company
    Impressive selection of military pieces and lace-up boots.
  10. L Train Vintage
    The BK cousin of No Relation!
    Suggested by @alexandrafiber
  11. Awoke Vintage
    Lots of old dresses that have been reworked into contemporary silhouettes - saves you a trip to the tailor!
    Suggested by @alexandrafiber
  12. Fox & Fawn
    This is more of a"thrifting" than a vintage suggestion, though there is plenty of vintage. There are Greenpoint & Bushwick locations, and both are great. The Greenpoint has more workwear, the Bushwick more playwear. That is only kind of a stereotype. Great place to find NWT low key designer wear, as well as that great 80s playsuit and a 50s rabbit fur jacket. Their taste is solid and the prices are good. They also have an Instagram account from which you can shop- the most dangerous.
    Suggested by @maya