The requests for second hand and vintage clothing are raising, and as the younger generations are getting more conscious about the way they consume I decided to make an easy to go guide outlining the best online vintage shops out there. Cause as we know, we’re all obsessed with online and easy shopping, right?
First off is actually an Instagram and Depop based vintage shop, offering all logo lover’s dreams. Kiko Vintage offers everything from the little black dress to sweatshirts with an edge. You can find slim jeans with chains and crop tops with cut out ‘Chanel’ logos. Kiko ships worldwide, and all you have to do to purchase is message her through Instagram – can it get any more millennial? Check out Kiko’s store here.
Vestiaire Collective is a design lover’s dream. Here you can find quality designer pieces offering the best prices, and buying vintage you are also protecting our planet. Remember, it’s the small steps that count. The online shops quality checks all their products before you receive them, to make sure that you will be satisfied with your new luxury item. I often spend my evenings searching through their vintage section, dreaming about the things I can’t afford. However, it’s all about budgets and saving money for the perfect addition to your wardrobe, shop quality, not just quantity. Check out Vestiaire Collective here.
We are Cow is for the retro lovers, offering a range of different styles and brands at affordable prices. The retailer handpicks their items from around the world, and currently have brick-and-mortar shops in Manchester, Sheffield, Liverpool, Birmingham and Nottingham. You can find one-off vintage pieces, along with re-worked clothes by We are Cow’s in-store teams. This is one of a kind, and I can promise you that you won’t find the same pieces anywhere else. Check them out here: https://www.wearecow.com
Next up is Rokit, UK’s leading vintage store offering vintage for everyone. Over the past three decades, they have recycled over a million tonnes of clothing. Londoners love this shop, which never let us down finding our next addition to our wardrobe. On their website, you can shop in categories, and they even have their own for dungarees – who’s feeling the 90’s vibe? Check Rokit out here.
Have you checked out any of these before? If not, go have a look and start making a change for the better!
Text: Lene Hille
Images: Timeout, Kiko Vintage, Vestiaire Collective, We are Cow, Rokit.