Veeky Forums stores thread
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Veeky Forums stores thread
Veeky Forums stores thread
Well, seeing that nobody post I will be sharing some Veeky Forums stores if cities I have lived in or visited
Soul SNKR Boutique
Paseo de la Reforma 27, Tabacalera, 06030 Ciudad de México, CDMX, México
wanna cop any dead stock shoe or deadstock clothing ? this is a cool place to go; and if you into hype shit you can cop yeezys the day they come out way easier here
more MEXICO CITY
Calle Parral 5, Condesa, 06140 Ciudad de México, CDMX, México
Wanna cop high fashion shit or limited edition band shirts and other garments ? this is a cool place in condesa
pic is of the fron of the store
NEW YORK CITY
TOKYO 7 ( FIRST POST PIC IS THE FRON OF THE STORE)
83 E 7th St, New York, NY 10003
They got all types of nice quality clothes that you can buy without breaking a benjamin
Lo Fi Vintage
604 W 29th St, Austin, TX 78705
Not a big store or a lot in stock but if you into 80's vintage style they got you, if you into hypebeast shit they also usually always get at least one garment from each drop and resale it there
1700 Guadalupe St
I dont know the store name cause the guys just open about 2 days ago, reason why in the pic it looks abandoned, but they got a lot of cool vintage stuff you should check out. Yet again, if you into hype stuff they got a lot of palace skateboards
Anybody know of any good vintage places in Arizona that has a good selection of 70s and 80s stuff?
Star Struck Vintage Clothing
47 Greenwich Ave, New York, NY 10014
This mothafuckas got it all, all the way from Minor Threat shirts to Dior. Shoes go from Converse, to Cowboy leather boots.
Forgot to add that the owner of the store runs the store itself and might seen like he has an aptitute but he cool
More AUSTIN TEXAS
2904 Guadalupe St, Austin, TX 78705
Everybody who has live in Austin has seen this store, very nice store by the way. The clothing selection is huge, more items come in daily, it isnt hard to cop a nice piece and if you come on earth day they have a sale in which they take out cool items and sell each for a dollar only. Definitely recommend
Also, check for the employees in the back part of the store that are constantly taggin and shit, they like to keep some good items to themselves and then use their employee discount. I once got to take a burberry shirt from them.
been there. dont know how you went in without feeling like a massive homo
you type like donald trump
timeless pieces from selected labels, mostly Japanese and Italian
Engineered Garments, ts(s), Blue Blue Japan, Issey Miyaki, etc
modern heritagey clothes and well-made household objects
Apolis, Stutterheim, Oliver Spencer, etc
high end designer clothing
Margiela, Rick, JW Anderson, etc
Hammer + Awl
tiny heritage/workwear boutique
Billykirk, Taylor Stitch, The Hill-Side, Pendleton
og outdoor clothing brand
outfitter to goldrush miners
specialises in waxed canvas
sneakers & skatewear
Officials Vintage (upstairs)
curated deadstock and vintage street/sportswear
OK this is not clothing but books instead, effay books to say so. In the street of Donceles, at downtown you will find nothing but book stores, most of the book stores sell nothing but old books. FInding 1800s books is quite easy, even if you are an english speaker you will still be able to find a lot of books.
I've found Buffalo is mainly mall brands in Phx,AZ. They're even worse in LA, since most interesting pieces end up at Wasteland and less quality stuff ends up at Crossroads. However, in AZ I've noticed that some of the more obscure brands go unnoticed by staff and customers, so you can sometimes find amazing stuff for cheap that would be scooped up in bigger cities.
depends on the location too
the buffalo exchange here in seattle is next to the university so you see a lot of cheap stuff there because college kids don't have a big budget for clothing
Yeah that's how PHX is. Think they're based out of Flagstaff, AZ, but never been to that one.
I live in Tempe, and I've never personally found anything good at Buffalo.
really nice store, when i was there they had mainline ramones for $300
Anything in San Francisco or Oakland? Or near there?
KANSAS CITY, MISSOURI
Haven't really found anything other than a couple of lucky thrift finds around town.
Couple stores I frequent in NYC
Search and Destroy
Consignment store that sells japanese and punk themed clothes. kinda expensive for what it is but you can find some amazing gems there. Also in the most Veeky Forums street in East Village.
Mostly womens clothes but really cool space and decent selection of cool minimal pieces. Has nice outdoor area to chill at too.
Multiple locations around the city, similar to Tokio 7 as it sells used designer for a decent price.
Comme des Garcons Boutique
Coolest atmosphere and interior imo. Close to the a bunch of art galleries too.
Then obligatory DSM and Opening Ceremony.
Also any recommendations for Paris or other French cities?
@Garbage Can Lid
When I went to NYC search and destroy and Tokio7 were some of my favorite stores.
Located in the Garment District I always come by the visit this store and they host amazing events to meet some great and fashion influential people. Other than the branch in Japan this has the largest stock of Engineered Garments and Needles in America.
Same! What other ones did you enjoy? I only have another month living here so I'm trying to find as many nice Veeky Forums places as I can.
Those were really the only two vintage stores I checked out because I did some research online and knew some locals. There are lots of shitty nu-thrift places in Soho that will try to gouge you with retarded prices. I am going back for fashion week next month though, so I will be focusing on a lot of shopping around probably.
DSM was another one of my favorites.
really awesome/weird vintage/deadstock store with dirt cheap pricing
i thrift all my clothes in Az and occasionally i come across something like this
Blue Owl Workshop?
Any Virginia recs?
Yeah! Blue Owl is great! That was just a starter list. Also I live on the hill so I don't make it over to fremont as much.
tell those fuckers at totokaelo to start stocking size 44 lemaire for me
In Williamsburg right off the Bedford Ave. L train stop. Good selection of rickraf, Yohji, Cav Empt, M.A.+ all the high end good effay garbs
Anything in Pittsburgh?
standard menswear fare - 3sixteen, apolis, carhartt, eg, gbv, the hillside, norse projects, etc.
Anyone in Stockholm here? I like Nitty Gritty a lot. Obviously, Åhléns on Drottninggatan has a lot of nice stuff too.
Not going to Burberry or Ermenegildo Zegna
Any Veeky Forums stores in Houston?
Don't forget Headquarter for more Japanese designer clothing
Any Veeky Forums stores in Atlanta?
I heard they have nice cars at Drottninggatan
In Paris I'd obviously recommend Colette ( before its closure ), Pigalle ( for the sweet basketball court ), Le Bon Marché, Andrea Crews, L'Eclaireur, Centre Commercial ( Rue de Marseille ), The Broken Arm.
If you want a guide on the French Riviera I can do it too .
tfw you live in a third world country and you can only go to forever 21
okay, what the fuck is there in miami
I'm in Cancun for the week. Any good stores or places to check out?
Most of the shit I see is mall tier.
Doesn't have to be clothes it can be effay things in general
anyone la or sf?
the reason people in New York are dressed so well is because they don't shop there. ask someone on the street where they got a piece of clothing and you wont get a store or brand in response, they'll just name of a foreign country.
tfw no more Barneys in DC
Avalon exchange in Squirrel Hill is pretty dope for second hand stuff.
Thank you so much, I'm moving to France in a couple weeks so I'm trying to learn as much about the area as possible.
I'd love a guide as well, thank you!
please baby no more barneys in DC
MONTREAL (this city is pure garbage)
Got some pretty good stuff if you browse the collection section of the store. Pretty small, but I found some CDG, Y-3, Acne and Raf in there.
bump, please keep this thread alive
Bumping again. Will post some Vancouver stores soon
i'm from Amsterdam, i know streetwear isn't Veeky Forums approved, but does anyone care to explain why every cunt and his mother is wearing Patta now?
it's all just overbranded trash
Any Los Angeles ?
what stores are worth visiting in vaughan mills in ontario?
Any Veeky Forums stores in Helsinki?
anything in Slovenia? Or must I travel to germany :(
Also, austria has twice as cheaper clothes as we do, even though everything else is twice the price there. How does that even work
anything in sacramemto?
@Garbage Can Lid
Also in the most Veeky Forums street in East Village.
st. marks is a fucking tourist trap dude, that street sucks ass
w2c good shit in Frankfurt Germany???
On top of my head:
Mid to high:
58s buy Heidt
Mid to low:
Feel free to add new places and reviews
is there anything Veeky Forums in tallinn, estonia?
Richmond has Need Supply and other good resale boutiques but I need that upper echelon shit
any Veeky Forums stores in the bay area?
Beam/Beamhill, Sauma, My o My - The Men, and 2ccm.
is there literally anything at all in portland (OR) or what? feels kind of like a deadzone here as far as anything designer goes
Also Silver Deer in Polanco.
CUIDADO CON EL PERRO
They are in almost every city on the country.
I really don't know many stores like these in the Houston area. There's one called Imperial Houston that's basically a knock-off Round Two, and I wouldn't call it Veeky Forums. Anybody from Houston know of something better?
I've heard pretty good things about Machus.
Hey, OP here, what do you want exactly, mexico city is the biggest city in the world after all and different all over. Even as small as downtown is there is a bunch of things you can find. If you go to paseo de la reforma is a whole different atmosphere,and if you go to Coyoacan it basically looks like a mexican small town
If you go to Santa Fe, like 30 minutes from downtown, there you will find the biggest mall in the city. 5 floors up and a basement floor, most stores are high fashion and there are two bookstores I really like there.
Jeans Jeans Jeans
Maybe some good denim and boots/sneakers. I'm mostly into workwear or streetwear. I've seen the stores in Polanco but most are too high fashion for me.
Last time I went to Silver Deer and got a pair of APCs and RW875s. This time I wanted to also go to 23:45 Air Time and maybe get a pair of Jordans.
I'll be staying in Zona Rosa but I'll spend some time in Condesa/Roma so I was thinking maybe some hidden gem in one of those areas. I'll try to take a look at the Soul SNKR Boutique.
Yeah I was planning on going there.
Going to uni there and am in desperate need of a great Veeky Forums place.
tfw you live in a flyover state and the most effay store is Nordstrom
Anyone know of any good stores in Charlotte, NC?
Nordstrom is fine although their selection will depend on your location. The flagship near me stocks a decent amount of designer stuff although not many of the avant garde designers I wear.
Asheville, NC has a pretty good store called Old North. They've got Carhartt WIP, Braindead, and some other smaller streetwear brands, some selvedge jeans, and a bunch of other stuff.
Address: 15 W Walnut St, Asheville, NC 28801
There's an alright store in Aspen, Colorado called Pitkin Country Dry Goods. They've got some Stone Island, Rag and Bone, and APC along with some other brands.
APB is a decent streetwear/sneaker store, they've got locations in Greenville, Columbia, and Charleston, South Carolina, and also one in Jacksonville, FL. The guys there are always pretty cool. They've got Off White, Bape, Yeezy, 10Deep, Adidas, and some other brands.
Adresses and phone numbers:
1003 Gervais Street
Columbia, SC 29201
460 Meeting Street
Charleston, SC 29403
201 N. Main St. | Suite B
Greenville, SC 29601
817 Lomax St.
Jacksonville, FL 32204
Opening Ceremony, some assorted places on Abbot Kinney (lots of crap there too)
This place is great, first time I've ever seen it talked about on the internet before.
This is kind of a meme for NYC people, but my fav store is def Opening Ceremony. The layout is a bit confusing but cool af, all of the staff is great and super friendly, and the store always has cool pieces from lesser known designers.
wow that looks trashy af
In the south you take what you can get when it comes to Veeky Forums stores
because it's the most known (and therefore hyped) brand, i haven't seen it a lot here though (live in Noord-Holland, regio Haarlem)
Relic and Civic Duty are the only Veeky Forums stores in my province.
lots of places for rope and step ladders though
well no shit there is
all of union square and east of it
mass & stacks
M.A.C (both locations)
acraymony or something
rif SF if you are into cheep Chinese shoes
there is more but this is what I like in SF there are also a ton of shops in the mission.
Recently went to NYC and spent some time wandering around SOHO/East Village area
Tokio 7, Opening Ceremony, and crossroads all had great selection as expected. NOAH store has a great vibe even if the clothing itself isn't the most interesting, I recommend stopping by.
there really ain't shit in michigan, huh
Shit all in Edinburgh,UK for nice clothes shops, most people I know get their stuff from online.
City's better for indie cafes, book shops and nice bars/ clubs. Currently got a city-wide festival going on for the month.
I just get a £20 train down to London and go shopping there before clubbing, but my knowledge of London stores is reallll shitty.
If someone's got a LONDON, BERLIN or PARIS, that'd be good :)
isn't there an END clothing in edinburgh? i could be wrong desu
but there is shit for Veeky Forums all in canterbury so i need to get the train to london for anything remotely Veeky Forums
Are there any in milwaukee? I'm moving there next week.
What up senpai! Volume one is decent for street wear. Good selection of shoes. Loop KC also for street wear and theirs a few boutiques and decent thrift shops.
east lansing, michigan
havent lived in frankfurt in a few years but i remember there being a norse projects outlet there, not a very effay city
What are some Veeky Forums eu online stores that remove eu tax when shipping to non eu countries?
any good places in chicago? i only know of street wear places
I don't care for the brand, but the Off-White store in Toronto is pretty cool
Does anyone know any stores for Dallas, Texas?
no good thrift stores in my third world cunt
a-at least I have Uniqlo ;_;
not designer but lizard lounge has some nice stuff, good jeans
Don't shill your shitty "streetwear store" on this board
spotted the tourist
Dallas fucking sucks except for thrift stores, the best ones I've been to are the Goodwill off of Greenville, the Salvation Army stores and St. Vincent de Paul. If you can I recommend making a trip to Austin to thrift though, much better shit there.
I was just trying to post whatever stores I knew of to actually contribute to the thread. I don't see you posting any stores tripfag. People like you are the reason Veeky Forums is shitty.
oh yeah lizard lounge is great for jeans and more workwear oriented stuff
Any Cincinnati? This city sucks.
urban outfitters - cologne
the balenciaga store in london is absolutely beautiful
also dover street market