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With fashion contributing to a chunk of carbon-emissions, you can do your bit for the environment by shopping from vintage stores. Apart from being an eco-friendly option, thrift stores are much easier on your pocket as well.

Whether you’re on the hunt for couture pieces from the likes of Oscar de la Renta—for a steal—vintage street wear, fast fashion without the guilt, or hidden treasures for as low as a dollar, you could snag yourself a real bargain at these Vintage & Thift Stores across Singapore.

 

Loop Garms

Loop Garms

Image Credit: Loop Garms Facebook Page

Changing up Singapore’s vintage scene one graphic t-shirt at a time, Loop Garms kicked off after founders, and vintage collectors, FJ Sai, and Isaac Ang took a trip to Japan. Expect to find racks of 80s and 90s apparel: sports jackets, plaid pants, and an exciting collection of graphic t-shirts featuring brands like Fila, Adidas, Nike, and more! With prices starting from $10 for t-shirts and caps, make sure you head over to their Instagram stories to see what’s on offer daily.

A. 635 Veerasamy Rd, Singapore 200635

E. [email protected]

S. www.facebook.com/loopgarms

 

Something Old Something New

Something Old Something New

Image Credit: Something Old Something New Facebook Page

Established in 1997, Something Old Something New is a social enterprise thrift store supported by the Singapore Anglican Community Service. SOSN is known for their fixed prices, so you can find some steal deals on pre-loved clothes starting from $3. As a plus, you’ll also be doing a bit of good, because they also hire and train people recovering from mental health issues, helping them to operate independently in the community.

10 Simei Street 3, Singapore 529897

[email protected]

+65 6812 0885

sacs.org.sg/

www.facebook.com/somethingoldsome

 

Refash

Refash

Image Credit: Refash Facebook Page

Singapore’s largest online, and offline secondhand store, at Refash you’ll find an assortment of pre-owned tops, dresses, bags, and pants at only a fraction of their retail price. Keep an eye out, and snag Kate Spade bags, and clothes from Forever21, Topshop, Zara, and ASOS, some with the tags still attached! Their stock changes daily, and with prices starting from $5, it’s no wonder Refash is a favorite.

810 Geylang Rd, Singapore 409286

E. [email protected]

W. www.refash.sg

S. www.facebook.com/refashsg/

 

New2U

New2U

Image Credit: New2U Thrift Shop (SCWO) Facebook Page

Managed entirely by volunteers, all the proceeds from New2U go to Star Shelter and various SCWO (Singapore Council of Women’s Organizations) Initiatives. You can find pre-loved tops to shoes, and everything in between here, with prices starting as low as $1. Everything is donated here, so you may be able to find some goodies, from Marc Jacobs, and Coach, if you’re lucky.

A. 96 Waterloo Street 187967

E. [email protected]

T. +65 6837 0611

W. www.scwo.org.sg/

S. www.facebook.com/New2UShop

 

Déjà vu Vintage

Deja Vu Vintage

Image Credit: Déjà vu Vintage Facebook Page

If you’re on the lookout for couture vintage pieces, Déjà vu Vintage is your one stop shop! Browse through their collection of one-of-a-kind pieces, personally selected and imported from the USA, Japan, Europe, or Australia, and you may find designs from Oscar de la Renta, Valentino, and Chanel staring back at you. They also have a selection of handmade bags, clothing, and accessories if you’re not big on labels.

A. Raffles Boulevard, Millenia Walk 9 , #01-70 039596

E. [email protected]

T. +65 6338 8013

W. dejavuvintage.com/

S. www.facebook.com/Deja.Vu.Vintage/

 

Minds Shop

Minds

Image Credit: MINDS Facebook Page

The acronym MINDS stands for Movement of the Intellectually Disabled of Singapore, and that’s who you’ll be helping when you buy at Minds Shops. Another social enterprise we can get behind, at Minds you’ll find an assortment of furniture, home décor, kids & baby products, as well as knick-knacks and unique goodies for prices as low as $2.

A. 30 Woodlands Ring Rd, Singapore 730883

E. [email protected]

T. +65 6366 3966

W. www.minds.org.sg/Shop.html

S. www.facebook.com/weloveminds/

 

EXIT

EXIT

Image Credit: Exit website

A hidden gem tucked away in Orchard Plaza, EXIT serves up a selection of trendy vintage streetwear. Shop from a selection of brands spanning from Balenciaga, to Champion, and Supreme, as well as rare kicks like limited Air Jordan’s, and Off-Whites. Follow EXIT on Instagram to keep up to date on sizes and what’s currently on the shelves.

05-27 Orchard rd, Singapore

[email protected]

+65 8201 8488

exit-co.store/

www.facebook.com/EXITCOSG/

 

Style Tribute

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Got an eye for the finer things in life? Style Tribute stocks a plethora of authenticated, luxury brands from over 500 designers with the likes of Miu Miu, Manolo Blahnik, Hermes, and Prada at up to 90% off the retail price—Carrie Bradshaw would have loved it here! The condition of their pre-loved, haute couture products is pristine, and if you aren’t happy with an item you can simply send it back with their 14-day free returns policy.

A. [email protected]

T. +65 9159 3853

W. styletribute.com

S. www.facebook.com/StyleTribute/?fref=

 

Salvation Army Praisehaven Mega Family Store

Salvation Army Praisehaven Mega Family Store

Image Credit: Red Shield Industries Facebook Page

The largest of the Salvation Army thrift stores, the Praisehaven Mega Family Store stocks an absolute goldmine of products, with categories ranging from art to electronics, and furniture. Take home an entire living room set, used iPhones and Samsungs in good condition, or try your hand at a new skill with one of their string instruments. Pro-tip: loyalty members (membership free) get 10% off general merchandise at all Salvation Army thrift stores.

A. 500 Upper Bukit Timah Rd, Singapore 678106

E. [email protected]

T. +65 6349 5312

W. www.salvationarmy.org/singapore/

S. www.facebook.com/RedShieldIndustries

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With fashion contributing to a chunk of carbon-emissions, you can do your bit for the environment by shopping from vintage stores. Apart from being an eco-friendly option, thrift stores are much easier on your pocket as well.
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Great Share! Thrift shops are fantastic for discovering a variety of hidden gems! What better place to pick out cool furniture for your first apartment or spice up your wardrobe. Because everyone loves a good deal, thrift shops are a good place to find interesting designer brands at a just a fraction of the price!
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