Liverpool: a vintage shopping guide

Liverpool has a whole host of amazing vintage and second-hand stores. Here is my guide to shopping vintage and second-hand in Liverpool

Liverpool is known for being home to some of the best vintage and second hand shops. It’s always good to try and shop sustainably and to support independent fashion so that being said here is my guide for shopping vintage and secondhand in Liverpool.

COW VINTAGE is a staple vintage store in Liverpool located on Bold Street. The store consists of two floors scattered with reworked items by the amazing seamstresses. For those who are not so keen on the idea of wearing reworked items, COW offer a huge selection of untouched vintage items with just as much charm. They also offer an annual student event where they discount many reworked and non -reworked items.

COW VINTAGE offer outfit ideas on their Instagram @cowliverpool. My personal favourite items from Cow are the reworked Ralph Lauren tees and cropped blouses.

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POP BOUTIQUE relocated itself from Whitechapel to Bold Street a few years ago and they have been at home there ever since.

POP BOUTIQUE is a vintage clothes lover’s dream as they offer a wide variety of vintage items along with their own in-house range of vintage style items. Pop Boutique always stock different hair accessories such as scrunchies and hair clips for those of you who like to vamp up your hair with accessories. There is something for everyone here.

Resurrection located on Bold Street is home to all 90s vintage essentials and all things outerwear from brands such as Patagonia and Carhartt etc. Resurrection is covered door to ceiling with vintage shirts and local events posters.

Additionally, Resurrection is one of the only vintage stores in Liverpool to stock Liverpool based fashion brands such as ‘Teeth and Tongue’ and ‘Sine Missione’ T-shirts.

Ten Streets Market has celebrated it’s first anniversary recently. Tina and Georgia the Mother and Daughter team behind Ten Streets Market have always been interested and passionate about reusing and up-cycling fashion and homewares.

The Ten Streets Market is home to the small vintage stall Esme Acid Drop.

A few special mentions…

Further afield in Waterloo and Crosby is The Vintage Corner which is worth a visit as it is a suburban secret. The Vintage Corner is one of the only vintage stores in Liverpool that offer a reserve and deliver service. It’s known for its vast amount original fur and faux coats, 70s shirts and retro American bomber Jackets.

At just a short walk away from Liverpool’s famous Penny Lane Mooshy La La is home to a collection of bohemian and vintage fashion. Mooshy La La was first in influenced by Barbara Hulanicki’s ‘BIBA’ store and continues to be influenced by the fashion of the late ’60s and the jazz age of the ’20s. The boutique itself has detailed Art Deco theme. Mooshy La La also sells many vintage collectables and antique jewellery.

Open Door by Whitechapel on Allerton Road is a perfect example of a second-hand store in suburbia. Open Door is a suburban boutique packed with preloved high-quality clothing and accessories. They pride themselves on stock- ing preloved designer brands, retro and vintage items too. With great prices and vibrant pieces, there is something for everyone.

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