A small-but-mighty downtown thrift shop where the vibe is more friend's townhouse than store.
At the Vintage Twin, find tons of one-of-a-kind pieces for under $20—and sales will benefit Hurricane Sandy relief!
There is really something special about an intimate place like this thrift store.
A spacious, multilevel emporium of well-loved items, ripe for the picking.
When you win a small fortune at the casinos, head to Charleston Antique Mall.
From California to Paris—and beyond.
Where you want to be in Los Angeles when the desire to shop secondhand hits and it's not a Rose Bowl Flea Market day.
We've struck gold at a tiny thrift shop in Pacific Grove, California.
I begin my column at a place that will undoubtedly quench even the deepest of dig-through desires.
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Model and musician Karen Elson walks us through her favorite vintage boutiques.
The prices at this sophisticated boutique for pre-owned designer pieces are steep, but justly so. You won’t find vintage Dries Van Noten coats or Chanel heels in better condition. 2056 Polk St., 415-474-1191, crisconsignment.com
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An antiques market and a slightly shambolic flea split a 117-acre plot just north of Orlando. Go straight to the art deco dealers in the former and the funnel cakes at the latter. 20651 Hwy. 441, renningers.com
Locals head to this bustling bazaar to take advantage of the well-edited, wallet-friendly selection of vintage clothing. Keep an eye out for the booth singularly stocked with nicely distressed leather boots. 7850 Melrose Ave., melrosetradingpost.org