This Austin denim shop is a must-visit if you’re ever heading down that way. But, even if you don’t have any trips to Texas booked, you can shop its amazing selection of jeans from the palm of your hand: Passport Vintage updates its Instagram profile regularly, so you can easily click through to its Etsy shop to scoop up any pair that catches your eye — like these just-faded-enough black bottoms, for example.
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Na Nin Vintage has got the whole shoppable Instagram thing down — to the point where I’ve even written about all the amazing items it has posted that I’ve been too slow to call my own. In between all the dreamy tops, trousers, and bags it shares on its feed, Na Nin will put up a mean pair of Levi’s that’s sure to sell in a matter of minutes. You’ve got to be fast, but it’s definitely a page worth hitting “follow” for.
Persephone Vintage doesn’t do anything the “basic” way — and that’s true for its denim. The styling featured on its profile is always on point, and this shop finds silhouettes and details you might not find everywhere else. On more than one occasion, we’ve had to resist hitting the refresh button.
New Yorkers, you’re in luck: This is a gem of an East Village vintage shop in the Big Apple — but to get your hands on a pair of vintage Levi’s, you’ve got to move fast. We highly recommend keeping up with it on Instagram to get updates on when they get a fresh batch of jeans to try in the shop. That way, as soon as it says it’s got your size in-stock, you know when to go — okay, run — to snag the jeans of your dreams.
Another well-styled, well-stocked boutique to check out is the Portland-based IAMTHAT. You can visit the actual store in Oregon, or simply browse through its merchandise (which usually includes vintage Levi’s for under-$50); to claim a pair, simply comment with your zip code — it’ll send you an invoice to be paid within the hour. Easy peasy.
There’s a reason why Courtyard has quickly racked up a following of almost 40K on Instagram: The L.A. brand knows what it’s doing when it comes to buying. It doesn’t post a constant flow of denim — you can expect more of a mix of other wardrobe staples, from knits to shirting — but when it does, you always get a few shots from various angles, which is helpful for finding an all-around great pair of jeans.