Sustainability meets style when you shop secondhand vintage in Downtown Raleigh.
Giving pre-loved items a new life is a fool-proof way to reduce your carbon footprint while chasing the thrill of unearthing hidden gems and nostalgic treasures.
Downtown has a strong presence of secondhand, vintage, and consignment stores so there’s plenty to choose from based on what you’re looking for.
Feel good knowing you’re shopping local, small, and secondhand all at the same time!
206 S Wilmington St.
Two local vintage dealers combined forces to make their dreams come true by selling secondhand + locally-crafted clothing, accessories, and shoes at their own storefront, Unorthodox Vintage.
Check out their recent feature on Quickbooks for National Thrift Shop Day
302 S West St.
Father & Son is one of Downtown Raleigh’s oldest vintage stores known for their mid-century modern furniture, clothing, and home decorations–not to mention a robust vinyl record selection.
18 Glenwood Ave
Make an appointment at Raleigh Vintage and you’ll see why it’s nationally recognized for its selection of antique and archival designer fashion by Vogue, Forbes, and HuffPost–to name a few.
610 Hillsborough St.
Revolver offers consignment designer clothing for both men and women–you can even resell some of your old clothes while you shop for new ones.
14 Glenwood Ave
Nestled inside the Carter Building, Tea & Tiger Vintage is a cozy boutique with a collection of curated treasures from 1900 to the early 2000s.
207 E Cabarrus St.
Stop by One of One Boutique to find collector-worthy kicks, customs, and consignment menswear that’ll have you feeling fresh.
424 S Person St.
Boot & Trunk is a quaint, yet vibrant, storefront stacked floor to ceiling with funky, fun vintage finds.
We’d also like to give a special shoutout to Hunky Dory, Sorry State Records, Sound Off Records & Hi-Fi, and The Pour House for having pre-owned vinyl records, physical media, and audio equipment.