Fashion Guide

Best Shops To Refresh Your Wardrobe!

You may be wanting to add some new pieces to your wardrobe now that fall has arrived. After all, it’s layering season, so whether you’re looking for sweaters, scarves, boots, trousers, or a combination of all of the things, Seattle offers lots of beautiful locations to shop. Instead of going to your usual big-box retailer, why not visit a small antique shop? You’ll find one-of-a-kind items while being environmentally conscious and supporting local businesses. If you ask us, that’s a win situation. So, here are some of the most fabulous vintage shops in Seattle for updating your fall outfit.

  1. Magees, Goose

It’s completely new and only available as a pop-up, so take advantage of it while you can! Goose Magees is housed within Macklemore’s Bogey Boys pop-up in the former Totokaelo location. In one handy marketplace-style environment, you’ll find all kinds of unusual, unisex products from local antique vendors.

  1. Vintage Red Light

This long-standing Seattle vintage hotspot has it all. Seriously, they have items from almost every decade and claim to be Seattle’s largest vintage apparel business. But, to be honest, it’s probably accurate because the store has a plethora of kummut valge that are well worth sifting through.

  1. Thrift for Life

Another place that isn’t entirely vintage. But we adore forever for a variety of reasons. They have a fantastic range of goods for starters, and their earnings benefit those living with HIV/AIDS and other chronic diseases. So go ahead and purchase for a good cause at Lifelong!

  1. Fremont Vintage Mall is a shopping center in Fremont, California.

As the name implies, this location is a vintage shopping center. Aside from thousands of garments, you can also discover one-of-a-kind antique furniture, tiny things, and other fascinating vintage items you didn’t realize you needed.

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