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Q: Where can I buy vintage clothing and accessories in Beijing?

8 years 25 weeks ago in  Shopping - Beijing

 
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try these on for size

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The above links are slightly outdated now. Sure, M&M vintage is the best vintage shop in Beijing but there have been a couple of newcomers since. There's one on Wudaoying Hutong called Old News Vintage Boutique. It's on the expensive side but most of the stuff is genuine, good quality vintage from Europe.

Tue-Sun 2-10pm. 78 Wudaoying Hutong (just west of Vineyard Cafe), Dongcheng District (136 2135 8442)
东城区东城区五道营胡同78号

There are also a couple of new ones along gulou dongdajie. Just stroll along the street and you'll pass a few.

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I would just look on Taobao. There's a huge selection of vintage clothes and accessories on offer there and a lot of the stock comes from HK, Korea or Japan so you know you're going to get trendy styles and decent quality.

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