This Insta-shop knows a good vintage shoe (or jacket, or dress, or top) when it sees one — meaning the selection is out of this world. What we love most, though, is the pieces are shown on-body, so we can see how they actually fit. And, its offering is just as good as its name promises.
What we love about this shop is that it’s curated and selective. Instead of throwing a million items in your face per day, it takes things a bit slower, making the pieces feel more special. Though it sells all types of things, it’s particularly strong for tops, earrings, and unique accessories.
A favorite to shop both on Instagram and IRL, People of 2morrow is a gold mine for vintage and name-brand goodies alike, and the prices can’t be beat. Just comment “It’s a wrap!” along with your last name to purchase straight from the feed. Come on, Rachel Comey shoes for under $100? Sign us up.
Aside from selling some of our favorite indie and contemporary brands, S.F.-based Lisa Says Gah also boasts a pretty sick vintage section — and updates its Instagram following with the best sunglasses, basket bags, and more on the regular, with links to shop in the bio.
Tap into one of New York City’s coolest vintage stores from wherever in the world you are by following its constantly-updated feed. It sells select items on its website, and is pretty good about posting on Instagram every time something hits the store (but, you’ve got to move quick, because the best pieces never last long).
This is one of the best-kept shopping secrets in New York City for fashion girls, and we’re practically counting down the days until Frankie gets its goodies online. In the meantime, we’re following its feed for perfectly minimal pictures and updates on new arrivals, sales, and more. Plus, you can call and order anything you see on Insta if you’re not based in the area.
For a super-curated collection of vintage pieces you won’t find anywhere else, you’ll want to keep tabs on Procell, a tiny Lower East Side vintage shop with treasures for days. Keep an eye on Insta for some serious gems.
Only the cool kids know about this New York-based thrift shop that stocks duds that look like you’d find them at Opening Ceremony. Just comment with your email and location to claim the piece you want.
Score floral dresses, vintage tees, and some sick denim pieces via this Brooklyn-based brand’s Instagram. Though you can shop items on the store’s Etsy shop, for of-the-moment updates, Instagram is where you’ll find new arrivals as soon as they come in.
This Australian boutique gets an A+ for styling its product. And if you want everything, you’re in luck. You can shop all you see on its website.