Vintage clothes

We have scoured the web to bring you our short list of the best places to buy vintage clothes online. Below in words and pictures.


The most selective - RESEE: If your idea of “vintage” is pieces by unique and exceptional designers, you will find exactly what you are looking for at RESEE with its carefully selected range of rare and high quality fashion items.


The most fashion - Vestiaire Collective: On the hunt for the must-have Courrèges biker jacket, a last season Isabel Marant dress or even an iconic Kenzo sweater? Vestiaire Collective is THE online destination for those who want to keep up to date with the trends thanks to the selections that are updated on a daily basis by the members of the 2 million strong community.


The most accessible - Shop Look Vintage: This online thrift store offers second-hand pieces for less than 30 euros. Get clicking and leave with a jacket that has come straight from the 80s, a retro dress from the 50s or maybe even a Miami style tropical shirt!


The most colourful - La Double J: By launching her own vintage clothing site, the famous Milanese fashion journalist J.J. Martin has opened the doors onto her chic, eccentric and brightly coloured world. Don’t forget to check out the “Lessons on vintage” that J.J. and friends have devised to give advice and tips on perfecting the vintage style.  


The most varied Asos Market Place: Asos Market Place groups together over 200 vintage boutiques not only from England but the whole world over. Whether you’re looking for rock, disco glam, preppy or even hippie style pieces, you’ll be spoilt for choice with the wide range of affordable and original items.

The most Californian Nasty Gal: If California already has a reputation for being the home of vintage, Nasty Gal certainly confirms it with its wide range of clothing inspired by the 90s and imbued with a touch of Hollywood glamour.

The most luxury 1st Dibs: At 1st Dibs you will discover pieces from collections of the biggest and most prestigious fashion houses, dating from the 1920s right up to today. In this veritable treasure trove you will find pieces that are almost comparable to works of art!


The most Parisian - Louise Paris: At Louise Paris, all attention is on the most prestigious couture houses and the most talented designers from the French capital: Isabel Marant, Carven, Chloé, APC… to cite but a few. Iconic pieces vie for attention on this pretty site, all inspired by French elegance and romanticism.