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7 Online Vintage Stores You Should Check Out

7 Online Vintage Stores You Should Check Out

Thrifting for second-hand goodies is no small task. Why does it feel like sometimes you spend hours rummaging through thrift store racks and still find nothing?! Oh, wait… It’s because it’s true! It’s all worth it in the end, you think to yourself as you rush to the cashier to pay for the rare vintage gem you just discovered.

Although nothing beats that thrill of the hunt for designer and affordable clothing and accessories, finding real treasure can be daunting. Luckily, we have the internet and online shopping! But not all vintage online stores are equal. So whether you’re looking for a little black dress or a luxurious designer handbag, this article will help you find it.

1. Tradesy

Can you say no to a little Gucci bag, Versace belt, or Chanel black dress? Neither can we! Tradesy is a place where you can find the biggest second-hand designer brands in great condition. The website also makes it super easy to make more room in your own wardrobe and sell some of your goodies with hassle-free shipping & returns and a simple listing on their website that can be done in minutes.

2. Depop

Depop is the fashion marketplace app where you can find truly unique pieces of clothing and accessories from brands like Nike, The North Face, or Levi’s just to name a few. So even if you missed that cute Zara winter coat a couple of years ago, there’s still a good chance you can get it on Depop. This marketplace also makes selling incredibly simple with free listing and great seller support to help you make money from your vintage collection.

3. Atijo

What’s great about the Atijo Store is that apart from vintage clothing, you can also browse through artisan jewelry and vintage homeware! Founded in May 2019 by friends and London-based stylists Anu Odugbesan, Londiwe Ncube, Safiya Yekwai and Caitlin Moriarty, Atijo was created to give us a more curated vintage shopping experience.

4. Rebag

If you’re on the hunt for designer bags from brands like Chanel, Louis Vuitton, or Christian Dior, then Rebag is for. Rebag is a vintage marketplace where you can buy, sell or trade luxury accessories including handbags, fine jewelry, watches, and small leather goods. All items are inspected and certified by Rebag experts before listing, so you can rest assured there won’t be any nasty surprises when your newly found goodies arrive.

5. Simple Retro

Founded in 2015 by a group of girls with different cultural backgrounds in New York City, Simple Retro offers a variety of must-have retro clothing combined with modern comfort. Simple Retro’s design ethos focuses on creating pieces that are effortless and which transcend seasonal trends, fitting seamlessly within any modern wardrobe.

6. Beyond Retro

Beyond Retro is your next stop UK destination for retro and vintage fashion from all over the world, hand-picked by ‘trained treasure hunters’. Beyond Retro has been in business since 2002, and is committed to sustainability above anything else – did you know a pair of shoes can take up to 10 years to decompose? – and sells vintage diamonds from brands like Converse, DKNY or Ralph Lauren.

7. Vinted

Vinted is on the mission to show how simple second-hand shopping can be and the company is doing a great job since Vinted is now available in 9 countries, considering it was only set up in 2008. Although not everything on the app is vintage, sometimes only a little digging can uncover real gems from thousands of brands without breaking the bank.
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