Vintage. It comes and goes in and out of style but many pieces remain timeless; aside from the few funky fashion trends you may remember throughout the decades. Shopping at vintage stores can not only allow to reminiscence about the good old days, but may inspire you to make something fabulous and pin-worthy!
Here are eight stores here in the tri-state you have to shop if vintage is on your mind:
Nvision, located in Northside off Hamilton Ave. is a funky little store with everything from retro furniture the some of the best vintage shoes in all sizes. They also have dresses, jewelry and home decor. [Click here to check out their website]
Also on the Northside is Chicken Lays an Egg. This eclectic store is budget friendly with a wide selection of great fashion finds. [Click here to check out their Facebook page]
Located in Newport, KY, Oh! Darling Vintage is another vintage store I’ve heard great things about. [Click here to check out their Facebook page]
The Mustard Seed Boutique here is Cincinnati is a store that’s just as nice as their website. [Click here to browse their site, find directions and more]
Atomic Number 10 is a great place to browse vintage and is located in Over-the rhine. If you don’t have time to stop in, that’s okay because you can shop online! [Click here to go to their website]
One vintage store you won’t want to miss is Casablanca Vintage. It’s known as one of the most organized vintage stores around, with tags that inform buyers what decade the item is from. Plus, all the clothing is organized by size so you won’t spend hours sifting through clothing to get the perfect fit. [Click here to head to their website]
Another gem of a place is Wooden Nickel Antiques. I can remember going there as a child and was just fascinated. I still am. The store, located in a really old building on Central Parkway, always has the most interesting items for sale! You can find more about the one-of-a-kind shop, here.
I hear another great place to shop for vintage items is Edie’s Vintage Rose Room located off Harrison Ave on the west side of Cincinnati. [Click here to view the store on Google Plus]
What’s your favorite vintage store in the tri-state? Are there any I don’t have listed that should be added?