1. Thrift Vintage Outlet
Discover the first vintage clothing outlet in Miami! They have everything from t-shirts and sweatshirts to jackets and pants, with tons of nostalgic throwback items. With tons of different categories and sizes, you’re sure to find what you’re looking for. You can buy labeled items by the piece or dig into their bins to buy them by the pound. They also have a huge selection of high-end pieces.
Looking for a unique thrift store experience? Look no further than their 4600 square foot warehouse open to the public Tuesday through Sunday. Their mission statement says it all. “We are leading South Florida in a sustainable fashion movement. Enhancing self-expression and individuality, while providing an education around style and sustainability. Supply of affordable quality vintage and retro second-hand clothing in bulk and by the piece. A one-of-a-kind thrift store experience for lovers of all vintage and retro fashion. Go save some money with them and find the style you’ll love!
2. Miami Vintage Market
Looking for a fun activity this weekend? Discover Miami’s pop-up market! This market takes place in the Miami area and is open to the public. Shoppers can browse a selection of stalls featuring everything from t-shirts and posters to vintage homewares. The next market is September 18 at Lincoln’s Beard Brewing Co. Keep up to date with their new pop-up locations via their Instagram.
3. American thrift store
If you’re looking for high-quality used items in the Miami area, American Thrift is a great option. With locations in Hollywood and Palm Beach, American Thrift offers a wide selection of consignment items including clothing, shoes, handbags, books, furniture and artwork. Some locations are known to have better selections than others, so be sure to check out the Hollywood and West Palm Beach locations for the best deals.
4. Vintage Mills
Looking for a one of a kind vintage band t-shirt? Look no further than Mills Vintage! With an unbeatable selection of rare t-shirts, you’re sure to find the perfect shirt to add to your collection. Prices range from $100 to $500, so there’s something for everyone. Plus, Mills Vintage is always looking to buy vintage clothing, so if you’ve got a few old favorites you’re looking to get rid of, they may be the perfect solution!
If you’re looking for a truly unique shopping experience, Yesterday is the place for you. This vintage clothing store offers a selection of unique items, from t-shirts to shoes. You can also sell and trade your own clothes or shoes in the store for profit or trade. Whether you’re a fashionista or just looking for something different, Yesterday is definitely worth checking out.
6. Second Round
Round Two is the place to shop for vintage clothes and shoes. With locations in major cities across the United States, Round Two is known for its handpicked selection of vintage clothing, shoes and accessories. Whether you’re looking for an iconic graphic tee, a comfy sweatshirt or the latest sneakers, Round Two has something for everyone. Additionally, you can trade or sell your own sneakers if they are in good condition. So come round two and start shopping! You will not be disappointed.
7. The Flamingo vintage
Looking for the best selection of vintage clothing? Look no further than Flamingo’s Vintage! With thousands of items to choose from, you’re sure to find something you love. Whether you’re looking for a rare piece or just something affordable, Flamingo’s has you covered.
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