Our Favorite Sites for Vintage Shopping

Right now, we're loving these under-the-radar resources for past-era style.

Billie Goat Vintage: Vintage Sourcebook

Billie Goat Vintage



The chic, slightly punky wares at this eBay shop center on finds from the '70s and '80s. Each item up for auction is styled on a model with amazing accessories—a grandpa cardigan will be playfully paired with a fedora; a turquoise sweater is matched with scarlet tights. Bids start at only $9.99, and new items are introduced every week.

stores.ebay.com/Billie-Goat-Vintage.com

Lullie Vintage Clothing: Vintage Sourcebook

Lullie Vintage Clothing



Intricate patterns and subtle details are what make the carefully edited pieces from this Hollywood-based retailer so unique—and the site shows them all from numerous angles. As an added bonus, the dresses and skirts are all professionally hemmed, and anything you don't love can be returned.

lullieclothing.com

Mama Stone Vintage: Vintage Sourcebook

Mama Stone Vintage



Bright colors and prints are the stock-in-trade at this California store. The items here focus on iconic looks from the late 1960s through the 1980s: a slick Charlie's Angels–worthy turquoise blue trench, a bohemian high-waisted floral skirt, or a flouncy, printed corset dress. Sign up for the store's newsletter to get a sneak peek at the upcoming arrivals.

mamastonevintage.com

Shop Nasty Gal: Vintage Sourcebook

Nasty Gal Vintage



This easy-to-navigate site has wonderfully vivid fashion photography and is packed with a unique blend of on-trend vintage goods—from a cozy cable-knit sweater with batwing sleeves to a canary yellow swing coat—alongside a few well-chosen contemporary pieces. Its blog keeps visitors up-to-date on new arrivals and owner Sophia Amoruso's latest obsessions.

shopnastygal.com

Rusty Zipper: Vintage Sourcebook

Rusty Zipper



Open since 1996 and based out of a small Oregon farm town, this huge resource is one of the Web's oldest vintage clothing stores. Despite its epic size—there are literally thousands of items here, mostly under $50—searching is a breeze since you can filter by era (1920s through the 1990s), size, style, or price. Incredibly detailed measurements and large photos are also a plus.

rustyzipper.com

Doyle & Doyle: Vintage Shopping Guide

Doyle & Doyle



The online home of a charming shop on Manhattan's Lower East Side boasts the same lovingly assembled jewelry that has made its bricks-and-mortar location an insider favorite. Browse page after page of glamorous old European engagement rings, or take a peek at its section of $500 and under gifts, stocked with romantic pins and drop earrings.

doyledoyle.com

Hi + Lo Modern: Vintage Shopping

Hi + Lo Modern



One of the most common frustrations of shopping for antique accessories on the Web is the lack of clear photos. At Hi + Lo, it's visual overload: Every item—from a graphic 1964 World's Fair scarf to a Mexican enamel bird pin—can be clearly viewed at nearly full-page size, which makes it easy to shop with confidence.

hiandlomodern.com

Re-Mix Vintage: Vintage Shopping Guide

Re-Mix Vintage Shoes



Operating out of Los Angeles,
Re-Mix is devoted to dead-stock vintage footwear from the 1920s to the 1970s. As word of its trove has spread, it has even started replicating its most popular styles (we especially like the perforated oxfords and Mary Jane sandals), thoughtfully keeping prices under $200.

remixvintageshoes.com

Vintage Sunglasses: Vintage Shopping Guide

Vintage Sunglasses Shop



Straight out of Berlin, this stellar '70s and '80s designer sunglasses resource conveniently lists its prices in dollars, ships worldwide via courier for only $19, and turns around orders in a few days. The brands it carries are ones that are quickly climbing into collectible territory—Ted Lapidus, Colani, Paloma Picasso, Carrera, Cazal—and every single pair arrives in pristine, never-worn condition.

vintage-sunglasses-shop.com

The Way We Were: Vintage Shopping Guide

The Way We Were



A staggering (and well-organized) selection is what really impresses about this site, where sleek signet rings from the '40s are offered up alongside quirky, pretty charms and ladylike watches. Filigree rings can run up to $2,500, but the majority of its wares are more gently priced.

the-way-we-were.com
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