Bocca Lupo Vintage Store

Vintage Vienna

Pearl-embroidered Art Nouveau and Charleston dresses can be found at Vintage Flo, as can designer fashion from the 1980s. The shop in the trendy Freihausviertel has developed into a real place of pilgrimage for nostalgic fashion-lovers. This is provided by about 5,000 items of clothing - of top quality and originality. A fact that also makes Vintage Flo a sought-after supplier for theatre plays, films and TV productions. Even international top designers get their inspiration here - from Stella Mc Cartney to Marc Jacobs.

Bocca Lupo is the place to go for a rummage. The large shop in Vienna city center serves up finds from luxury houses such as Chanel, Gucci and Hermès. Shoe lovers get their money's worth with refined pieces by Christian Louboutin or Manolo Blahnik.

The vintage store Das neue Schwarz from Berlin has opened an outlet just around the corner. Very special pieces ranging from Martin Margiela to Balenciaga can be found in the stylish ambience.

Déjà Vu sells hand-picked second-hand goods ranging from luxury fashion to shoes and bags. Akris, Chanel and Prada items can be found in the store in Vienna city center, and have often been worn just the once.

For second-hand, name-brand designers from Chanel to Prada, visit the vintage boutique Silvia Milano in Vienna's city center. You'll find luxury items here to suit every taste.

The period of time covered at Polyklamott ranges from the Sixties to the Nineties. The focus here is not on the elegance of expensive designer fashion of days gone by. Everything here revolves around really trendy and sometimes gaudy T-shirts, sweaters, dresses or pants - including for men.And Polyklamott also offers new pieces by young, mostly Viennese designers.

The offering at Bootik 54 is similar. The two directly adjacent stores offer a colorful mix of European and American vintage fashion, bags, jewelry and accessories. An absolutely ideal place for women and men to have a rummage.

The vintage store Burggasse 24 also opts less for design brands than for hip and affordable second-hand fashion. The shop is reminiscent of a concept store – the clothing is appealingly presented in tall, light-drenched rooms. Women and men will find what they’re looking for here as well.

"Kleider gehen um" is the name of a stylish vintage shop in the 6th district. Just as stylish and trendy is the fashion that is sold here. The focus is on the period from 1960 to 1999. Many pieces from the 1980s can be seen on the website.

Fräulein Kleidsam in the hip Gumpendorfer Strasse offers vintage fashion from the 1920s to 1980s. From evening wear to hats to chic shoes, the tastefully-selected assortment draws people into this delightful little shop.

Original fashion and shoes from earlier times are also available at the chic vintage showroom Extraschön. In addition to a luxury corner with designer fashion, there is also a flea market room with pieces at more affordable prices.

Carla offers used clothing as well as furniture and living accessories. At more than 8000 square metres, the shop floor would otherwise be a little large for textiles alone. Second-hand designer pieces and everyday clothing can be found here, and what is on offer changes constantly. By the way, Carla stands for "Caritas Laden" - in other words, everything you spend here goes to charity.

Flo Vintage - Nostalgic fashion

Schleifmühlgasse 15a , 1040 Wien

Bocca Lupo

Landskrongasse 1-3, 1010 Wien

Das neue Schwarz

Landskrongasse 1, 1010 Wien

Déjà Vu

Fischerstiege 1-7, 1010 Wien

Silvia Milano Second Hand

Schultergasse 4, 1010 Wien

Polyklamott

Hofmühlgasse 6 , 1060 Wien

Bootik 54

Neubaugasse 54, 1070 Wien

Burggasse 24

Burggasse 24, 1070 Wien

Kleider gehen um

Webgasse 4, 1060 Wien

Fräulein Kleidsam

Gumpendorfer Straße 10-12, 1060 Wien

Vintage Extraschön

Kaiserstraße 67 , 1070 Wien

Carla Mittersteig

Mittersteig 10 , 1050 Wien

 

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