The Best Vintage Shops in Austin
Everything is precious in a vintage store. An incredibly gratifying shopping experience, you can find unique, fairly-priced items and know that you obtained them in an eco-friendly way. From clothing and accessories to furniture and knick knacks, here are the shops with some of the best finds in Austin.
Originally an Etsy store, Passport Vintage is now a staple of the Austin fashion scene. This brand focuses on clothes from the 1960s to 1990s, and prioritizes quality over trends. Although its South Austin brick-and-mortar location recently closed, you can still find Passport’s enviable styles at regular pop-up markets across town. Be sure to check out their incredible denim collection!
Johnnie’s Antiques and Collectibles
911 E. 6th St.
A treasure trove situated in East Austin, Johnnie’s offers exquisite relics along with an enriching experience. This legendary joint has been around since 1918 and is filled with items that have been passed down for generations. Build a collection of priceless artifacts and make time to chat with owner Dorothy Singleton McPhaul to gain knowledge of your finds.
Room Service Vintage
117 E. North Loop Blvd.
While Room Service Vintage in North Loop carries all the vintage needs you can think of, including clothing, jewelry, books, art, toys and much more, their main attraction is the eclectic selection of furniture pieces from the 1950s to 1970s. Remedy any dullness in your home with the bargain items from this neighborhood spot.
Charm School Vintage
1111 E. 11th St.
This shop is a wonderland for anyone sporting witchy, boho vibes. Find crystals, apothecary products and whimsical jewelry amongst their main collection of clothing. Focusing on luxurious and ornate pieces, hunt for looks from the Victorian era, the 1930s and the 1970s, with a plethora of fabrics and textures.
2928 Guadalupe St, Unit 102
One of the newer additions to Austin’s flourishing vintage scene, Leopard Lounge is a Houston-based vintage shop now open on The Drag. Grab gems from every decade, with a particularly impressive collection of vintage tees and denim. Visit their weekly marketplace Guad Vintage Market that takes place outside of the store every Sunday.
Garment Modern + Vintage
701 S. Lamar Blvd.
The ultimate spot in Austin for quality designer vintage, this store features brands like Chanel, Dior and Versace. Focusing on the 1970s to early 2000s, their collection feels modern and timeless. If you find yourself wanting to also explore luxury clothes of today, visit their neighbor and sister store, MOSS Designer Consignment.
Big Bertha’s Paradise
112 E. North Loop Blvd.
This store is an essential destination for the daring and spunky. Treat yourself to their avant-garde clothing with colorful prints and don’t miss the collection of one-of-a-kind dresses from many decades. Don’t be fooled by the small size of the shop — the options are endless.
1700 S. Congress Ave.
A wonderfully curated vintage collection located on South Congress, browse through the color-coded products and find wardrobe staples for men and women alike. Fans of 1960s and 1970s styles in particular will hit the jackpot here. They also offer styling services to help you put together your ideal look.
Feathers Boutique Vintage
1700B S. Congress Ave.
One of Austin’s long-standing curated vintage stores, Feathers offers vibrant patterns and rare looks with new arrivals coming in all the time. On top of clothes, you can stock up on gifts, home decor and artisan jewelry. Lovers of their unconventional feminine vibe can enjoy the added treat of their own line of reworked vintage, Feathers Originals.
2810 Menchaca Rd.
From the 1950s to the Y2K era, piece together some zany looks from Stardust Vintage on Menchaca and South Lamar. Glamorous matching sets, classic bathing suits and bold leather jackets are just some of the treasures you can acquire from this Bowie-inspired spot.
5201 N. Lamar Blvd.
There’s something for everyone at Revival Vintage. Build your wardrobe with a great selection of apparel from throughout the decades or assemble an eccentric interior with mid-century furniture pieces. Looking for framed artwork to embellish your walls? This is the place for you.