Best New York Vintage Stores ➕
I wear a lot of old clothes. (These shops are all downtown. I'd love Brooklyn recommendations!)
- •Shareen VintageThe 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.
- •ProcellCool new-ish shop that specializes in streetwear: rare rap tees, Bart Simpson shirts, Nike windbreakers.
- •Screaming Mimi'sIt can be a bit overwhelming, but it's nice that the merchandise is sorted by decade.
- •Star StruckPerfect place for soft, thin vintage t-shirts.
- •No Relation VintageI once got a Gunne Sax dress here for $8! It's a little dirty, but you can find great deals.
- •AmarcordThe jewelry selection is TIGHT.
- •What Goes Around Comes AroundSuper luxurious! The best selection of vintage Chanel in the world, probably.
- •PippinJewelry only. This is my go-to place to buy gifts!
- •The Quality Mending CompanyImpressive selection of military pieces and lace-up boots.
- •L Train VintageThe BK cousin of No Relation!Suggested by @alexandrafiber
- •Awoke VintageLots of old dresses that have been reworked into contemporary silhouettes - saves you a trip to the tailor!Suggested by @alexandrafiber
- •Fox & FawnThis 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