Helmed by stylist Malin Landaeus, the color-coded racks are loaded with pristine picks from the '50s through the '80s.
This sliver of a spot is particularly well-loved for sticking to current trends: It's all vintage inside, but nothing ever feels dated.
This Park Slope newcomer has a retro sensibility, as evidenced by the snap-button blouses and perfectly worn-in leather jackets.
This brand-new endeavor on the outer edge of the Lower East Side is home to Bonnie Cashin—designed Coach bags and Courrèges shifts, along with a house collection of '60s-inspired silhouettes.
The original Shareen occupies a gigantic warehouse in L.A., and though it only opened in 2006, it's quickly become the place in town to score affordable vintage. Owned by a former stylist, the selection at the New York store is slightly more pared down but just as spot-on, like perfectly turned out winter coats and printed shirtdresses. Call ahead, since hours are kind of erratic.
Packed to the rafters, this long-standing store is best-known for trafficking in party dresses, which makes it one of the first places to go if you need a special-occasion, one-of-a-kind gown.
Started by a Swedish carpenter in 1997, this Goteborg-based collection has only three outposts across the globe. The New York store has the feel of a modern barn, which is the perfect counterpoint to its pared-down, workear-inspired styles.
When this famed High Street retailer from the U.K. finally unveiled its three-floor emporium earlier this year, crowds lined up for days to get inside. The wealth of affordable, envelope-pushing items, from leather jackets to floral-print tube dresses, rarely disappoints.
Quietly tucked away, this Parisian line espouses a subtly sexy, undone aesthetic. Fitted cargo pants mingle with off-the-shoulder sweateres and lace-edged tanks.
What started as a small operation in 2005 has quickly grown into a mini boutique empire. While the house clothing label used to be available in a wealth of stores across the country, these three spots are now the only sources for snapping up the line's smartly turned-out jackets and Peter Pan–collared blouses. They also sell choices from labels like Eskell.