First off, picking only six vintage shops for this post was painful. I have many vintage shops that I stalk regularly. I prefer to shop vintage, and I gravitate toward shops where you can tell the owner puts their heart and soul into it. The feeling of finding a unique piece and supporting an artist is the ultimate win-win in my book.
Natasha Zoë’s curation of gorgeous earth tones and easy-to-wear neutrals is incredibly dreamy. She has such a fantastic eye for a curation of pieces that makes me want to buy every single thing! I have to be quick—her stuff flies fast!
Call me biased, but I’m a huge fan of Em’s vintage shop, Encourage Vintage (she’s my bestie). She works incredibly hard to find exceptional pieces that are wearable and not overly expensive. She also launched a dress under her label, which is perfection.
I’ve been a mega-fan of Aarica Nichole and her vintage shop ever since I stumbled upon a beaded rainbow vintage purse that had already sold. That thing still haunts my dreams. I hope one day she finds a similar one.
I love a pretty dress, but my go-to style is more like a 1980’s dad. Shop Good Form is exactly the place to shop for that. He styles the clothing to perfection. Even the worn-in pieces look so cool; I’m happy to shell out cash for the dirt. His selection of vintage Converse is awesome.
If you’re looking for a fabulous pair of vintage Levi’s jeans, Shop Future is going to be your shop. I found my favorite pair from her shop. I also love her collection of vintage T-shirts and sweatshirts.
I’ve found so many gems from Fenix Vintage. She’s great at finding unique clothes that are very ’70s, which is a look I gravitate toward often.