Vintage clothing has grown in popularity so much over the last few years. You don’t even need to leave your house to buy gorgeous vintage clothes.
Up until recently, I was completely unaware that online vintage clothing websites existed.
I stumbled across this new information through watching a video from one of my favourite YouTubers Grace Booth.
So naturally, I had to do some digging and I discovered a few amazing websites selling second-hand/vintage clothing.
Here are my favourites...
Beyond Retro is a British website that sells a huge variety of vintage and reworked clothing.
They have their own label however they also sell vintage clothing from brands such as Dr Marten, Adidas, Ralph Lauren, Converse, Tommy Hilfiger and many more.
The website is really user-friendly and you can filter items according to colour, fabric, brand, style, era, price, estimated size, chest/bust size and waist size.
You can return items within 14 days after their delivery however customers outside of the UK will have to pay for the postage.
Tola Vintage is a shop based in Temple Bar in Dublin that sell vintage, reworked and designer clothing, specialising in pieces from the '80s and '90s.
They’re popular for their famous kilo sales where you pay €20 for a kilo of clothing.
Their website is simple and easy to use with lovely pictures of all the products available as well as sizing details.
Similar to Beyond Retro, Tola Vintage has the same 14 day returns policy and the customer has to pay for the postage.
It’s important to note that items purchased on their website can’t be returned in-store.
True Vintage is another British website which sells a huge variety of vintage clothing.
According to their website, they are Europe’s leading online vintage clothing store.
Like the other two websites, True Vintage is nicely designed and easy to use.
You can filter items according to colour, size, brand and type of piece and they have products from brands such as Calvin Klein, Christian Dior, Fila, Nike and Timberland as well as their own range.
True Vintage has a similar returns policy as the other two websites. Customers must pay for the cost of postage themselves however it’s unclear from the website how long you have to return the items.
If you consider purchasing items from any of these websites please take extra time before your purchase to ensure you’re getting the correct size as this can be an issue with vintage pieces, even more so when buying them online.
Would you ever buy vintage clothing online?