This very mellow shop is filled with truly special mid-20th-century pieces, including Danish modern secretaries, and veneer pendant lamps. From Philadelphia's Northern Liberties neighborhood store listing.
Affordable items for every season make the dependable collection at this unassuming boutique a hit. From Philadelphia's Old City neighborhood store listing.
A walk-in safe doubles as a dressing room for this hip spot, which is located in a historically registered former bank. From Philadelphia's Old City neighborhood store listing.
An anchor of Old City's shopping scene, this spacious shop is filled with quick-to-sell-out West Coast apparel from the likes of Veronica M., well-preserved vintage, and locally made clothing. From Philadelphia's Old City neighborhood store listing.
The racks here are absolutely crammed with appealing vintage finds and terrific separates from new designers. From Miami's Miami Beach neighborhood store listing.
For ahead-of-the-curve fashions by locals, we come here first. Designers/owners Holly Stadler and Kathryn Towers fill their boutique with vintage-inspired slip tops, ruffled chiffon dresses, and so much more.
Vintage clothing lovers will go nuts here, considering the wealth of '70s-inspired clothing and collectibles and slightly nutty interior (one hallway is painted like a forest and another room has an electric fireplace that "crackles" audibly). From Washington D.C.'s Adams Morgan neighborhood store listing.
Second-hand clothes have charm, personality, history—and sometimes holes, stains and a whiff of previous owners. Experts explain how to repair the ravages of time.