Vintage Shops in Amsterdam

Vintage Shops in Amsterdam

Vintage Shops in Amsterdam

Planning a day of vintage shopping? Then go to Amsterdam! Our capital is full of vintage stores, so it is handy to plan your route in advance. You will find the most beautiful second-hand clothing in the second-hand stores we listed below!

Second-hand clothing stores in Amsterdam

Shopping for second-hand clothing is good for several purposes. For your wallet, the earth and for the unique items that you will not find in fast fashion stores.

1. Marbles Vintage

At Marbles Vintage, all clothing is carefully selected before it is displayed in the store. Take your wallet with you, because they have so many nice second-hand clothes that you go home with a new wardrobe (especially now that you can go loose in three Marbles stores).

Where: Staalstraat 30, 1011 JM, Amsterdam & Ferdinand Bolstraat 28, 1072 LK, Amsterdam & Haarlemmerdijk 64, 1013 JE, Amsterdam


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2. Episode

Episode is one of our favs! It is thé shop in Amsterdam for vintage and second-hand clothing. The clothing is carefully selected by the employees so that you can only buy high-quality clothing for it in your closet. You can buy Martens and Levi’s for a nice price. So go go go! You can’t miss Episode because there are no fewer than 4 locations in the city.

Where: Nieuwe Spiegelstraat 37H, 1017 DC, Amsterdam & Berenstraat 1, 1016 GG, Amsterdam & Waterlooplein 1, 1011 NV, Amsterdam & Spuistraat 96, 1012 TZ, Amsterdam

3. Kiloshop Waterlooplein

This store always looks great and that makes searching for pearls a lot easier. And as the name suggests, you pay per kilo here. Curious about what a kiloshop looks like on the inside?

Where: Waterlooplein 189, 1011 PG, Amsterdam

4. IJ-hallen

Every month in Amsterdam North there is the largest flea market in the Netherlands: the IJ-Hallen. Nice to go with friends once. You will enjoy the whole day with no less than 700 stalls. Do you want to sell your clothing yourself? That’s possible! You can rent a stall for only 22 euros.

Where: T.T. Neveritaweg 15, 1033 WB, Amsterdam


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5. Zipper

Zipper is a second-hand store that is most accommodating with the latest trends. What we particularly like about Zipper is that they have a wide selection of vintage Levi’s trousers. Very nice to customize your Levi’s short with it!

Where: Huidenstraat 7, 1016 ER Amsterdam

6. I Love Vintage

Do you love the 20s, 50s and 60s? Then you really want to take a look at I Love Vintage. This vintage shop also has a webshop for those who do not live in the neighborhood (or also want to shop outside opening hours).

Where: Prinsengracht 201, 1015 DT, Amsterdam

7. Thrift shop

Thrift Shop, located in De Pijp, has a very cool concept! The store is a mix between concept store, vintage store, and second-hand store. And you can rent your own wardrobe there where you can sell your clothes. How cool is that!

Where: Albert Cuypstraat 187, 1073 BD, Amsterdam 


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8. Rumors Vintage & Design

This vintage shop has a very well maintained Instagram account and they display the coolest items there. Very useful because a vintage store can sometimes be quite overwhelming and you now know exactly what you want.

Where: Haarlemmerstraat 29 & 99, 1013 EM, Amsterdam

9. We are vintage

Vintage clothing, shoes, bags, hats and scarves, you can find it all at We Are Vintage. Here you pay, as with the Kiloshop, per kilo. We are Vintage is located in Amsterdam West and East.

Where: Eerste Van Swindenstraat 43, 1093 EV Amsterdam & Kinkerstraat 193, 1053 DC Amsterdam

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Hello, I’m Alison and I love my city. I’ve always believed Amsterdam has so much more to offer than what the guidebooks tell you. But as a visitor, it’s all too easy to get caught up in the highlights and miss out on having an authentic Amsterdam experience. That’s why I’m passionate about showing you my city from a truly local perspective.

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