Where To Buy Second Hand Clothing Online
Interested in keeping fashion circular and want to know where to shop for premium vintage pieces? Here are our favourite online stores for vintage clothing.
Rokit is the place to go if you’re looking for all things industrial and utility clothing. Specialising in vintage clothing from decades dating back to the 1930s, it’s great if you have a specific and maybe slightly niche style in mind — you’ll likely stumble upon exactly what you’re looking for here.
Vinted is an app for clothing and accessories, and it’s becoming increasingly popular. You can buy, sell and even swap items on here, so if you have some clothes in the back of your wardrobe that you know someone else may love, you can sell them and use the money to buy some other clothes on the app that have caught your eye, or swap with other sellers.
Depop is a bit of an iconic marketplace now, popular amongst millennials and gen z for vintage sportswear and handmade clothing. Here you can buy and sell clothes to your heart’s content, and try your hand at haggling too.
Nordic Poetry is where you go when you’re willing to invest in truly iconic designer pieces. All the clothes are carefully curated and restored; Loved by the likes of Highsnobiety and Vogue, you can be sure to find the coolest, most timeless pieces that will feel well worth the price tag at Nordic Poetry.
Beyond Retro continues to expand its store with the increasing interest in thrifting, and its online store still provides quality clothing without the queues. Find cool clothing in a range of different styles that would food people into thinking it’s the latest street fashion.
A personal favourite, Blue Rinse is known for their chilled stores with local live bands, and have pivoted to operate an online store too (perfect since moving away from my local store). We love their remade collection, reworking vintage garments and fabrics with seasonal styles.
By Toni Olukiran
Toni is one of our lovely Content Marketing Assistants, and when she’s not writing posts about everything from Jamaican cooking to vegan champagne, she’s making a Spotify playlist (she was at 200, at her last count) or playing tennis in the park.