Spots in the PNW to Buy Second-hand Vintage Items
Buying second-hand or vintage clothing is the way to go if you’re trying to reduce your carbon footprint and dress on trend- on a budget! It’s also arguably one of the most fun ways to shop, because you never know what you might find. Check out our go-to local spots for finding unique clothing and great deals.
Fremont Vintage Mall
This vintage store in North Seattle has everything from mid century furniture and decor to funky knit sweaters. Head to Fremont Vintage Mall for the coolest finds you didn’t even know you needed!
Lifelong Thrift was founded with the mission to fight against HIV/AIDS and accepts both monetary and small-item donations. Though the local thrift store chain previously operated in several locations throughout Seattle, you can now find Lifelong Thrift on Broadway in Capitol Hill. When visiting Lifelong, expect to find clothes organized by functionality rather than by gender. They even have 10 cent books!
Pretty Parlor in Seattle’s Capitol Hill is your one-stop shop for all classic and indie fashion. This boutique even features a bridal collection! If you prefer online shopping, you can find the House of Pretty Parlor on Etsy.
Hypermarket at the Fremont Sunday Market
After checking out all the delicious food vendors, don’t forget to pop in to the Fremont Hypermarket, which is tucked away in a garage on the side of the main road. This market includes an abundance of antiques, treasures, and collectibles.
This second-hand shop in Portland, OR, doesn’t believe in junk. Whether you’re looking to update your wardrobe or add a new piece of furniture to your living room, Hollywood Vintage is sure to have the most unique pieces you’ve ever seen!
House of Vintage
Also, located in Portland, OR, this vintage store features an array of apparel from over 60 dealers. Vintage dealers have the opportunity to showcase their unique styles through their upcycled clothing pieces. Visit House of Vintage in Vancouver, WA as well to find mid-century furniture, decor, and collectibles.
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