Toronto's best store for vintage and new clothing, accessories and mid-century furniture
Contributed by Jaime KawamotoI admit to not having the patience for vintage shopping. Scouring through crammed racks of dubiously cared for hand-me-downs while inhaling the intoxicating odour of mothballs and decade old sweat is not my idea of a good time.Thankfully, there are places like Bungalow. Located in the north end of Kensington Market, they carry a mixture of vintage and newer items in... more
You can find some great pieces from high quality labels in the second hand section at the back, and for very good prices. All of the clothes are in very good condition, they seem to have tighter standards for what they resell than other second hand places.
I've found some beautiful pieces here some days. It's hit or miss, but definitely worth giving a try.
The rest of the store (non-second... more
Despite this place having a pretty great vintage selection, I always judge my overall shopping experience by the staff interaction. I found them cold and dismissive and the older gentleman who seemed like he was the owner or something completely ignored my friend and I when we we attempted and interaction cuz he was glued to his phone. I work in retail and find it totally unacceptable to treat... more
Pricey, but great finds! There was an amazing collection of purses and jewellery. I walked out with a few vintage blouses after browsing through some modern, urban options - i.e. obey clothing - which shows range.
One of the larger stores in Kensington Market, with two floors and 3,000 square-feet of vintage and new clothing, plus unique accessories for men and women. Also carries vintage household items including art glass, utensils and atomic age home electronics, as well as retro 20th century designer furniture. Open daily.