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In need of a guilt-free pick me up? These are the best online vintage stores we’ll always come back to

best vintage fashion stores

With sustainable shopping more important than ever, what better way to get your shopping fix sans environmental impact? Whether it be your dream pair of vintage Levi's, or the perfectly softened Chanel classic flap bag, finding a forever piece sometimes isn't always the most on trend thing out there, rather those that have stood the test of time in craft and in style. Below, we've rounded up our favourite destinations for some of the most covetable vintage.



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Parisian based Re-SEE is the brainchild of two fashion veterans, Sofia Bernardin and Sabrina Marshall, from VOGUE and Self Service Magazines. Offering rare and classic luxury vintage with the vision of keeping great fashion in circulation. Every piece on Re-SEE is personally curated by editors, fully authenticated by experts and restored when necessary by artisans.


Shop Vintage Collection



As Bella Hadid's personal favourite for vintage blazers, we're not surprised items sell out in record time. A treasure trove of boyish blazers, leather coats and masculine shirting, you'd better not only follow, but turn on post notifications to snag a beautiful, affordable piece.


Olivia Lila Lahood



A RUSSH favourite by miles. Sydney native Lahood curates vintage for her eponymous brand with careful consideration. With luxury, simplicity and sustainability front of mind, each piece embodies these qualities. Lahood's eye for design lends to her curation practice well, resulting in clothing that is always high quality with almost perfect fits.


The Vintage Bar


With a large curation of luxury vintage and secondhand items, there is something for everyone. Established in 2017, the Scandinavian treasure trove is overflowing with authenticated luxury bags and accessories and has a penchant for sustainability. The Vintage Bar are also available to consign should you have a Fendi Baguette collecting dust.


Jerome Vintage

best vintage fashion stores

Look no further for chic vintage designer co-ords then Jerome Vintage. Offering an expansive range of vintage every day staples, there is little room to go wrong.


Phantasmagoria Vintage

Created by RUSSH alum Bridie Gilbert, Phantasmagoria Vintage is the one-stop-shop for all of your left-of-centre needs. Think hand-knitted balaclava's, printed party shirts, vintage slip dresses, and more.


Mori Market


Another locally curated shop via Instagram style vintage store. Mori Market offers a selection of sweet basics at an affordable price point. Kind of like op-shopping but without having to trawl through stained t-shirts to find a gem. If you're not following for the garments themselves, do so for the mood imagery.


Blue Spinach

A Sydney vintage institution if there ever was one. Blue Spinach, the previously cobalt blue corner store on Liverpool st in Darlinghurst has always been home to some of the most covetable vintage pieces, and now you can shop online.


Trading in Style

trading in style

Bianca and Jenna from Trading in Style are masters. They have a knack for finding the best and most covetable pieces. As a result, most of the second-hand and consigned pieces they sell are gone within 48 hours. If you're looking for something cult or a piece that is truly special, you'll find it here. Just be quick!



Minimalists unite for a collection if neutrals worth dreaming about. Retold Vintage is based in East London, each item is handpicked by the team and new collections drop every other week on the website.


What Goes Around Comes Around

best vintage fashion stores

If you didn't already know, now you do. The number one destination for luxury vintage bags and goods, What Goes Around Comes Around is an NYC institution. Peruse the site and see for yourself why.



The RealReal


The OG of luxury consignment and we all know it. The RealReal is like one giant, chaotic vintage store, housing hundreds of brands and covetable items. If you remember it on the runway, The RealReal likely has it.