1. Rumors Vintage & Design
This colorful boutique is located near Amsterdam Central Station and is an absolute treasure. It’s well organized, by category and color, and will be refilled every day. The items at this vintage store in Amsterdam are not the cheapest, but every piece is super unique and of good quality.
Locations: Haarlemmerstraat 29 & Haarlemmerstraat 99, Amsterdam
Episode can’t be missed off this list, as it’s the most well know second-hand store chain in Amsterdam. You can find a large collection of Denim jackets, colorful dresses, shirts, trainers, and leather bags of good quality for a reasonable price.
Also read: Things to do in Amsterdam (City Trip Guide)
Episode responds to the trends of today, so you can certainly find some gems here. Nowadays, Episode has five stores throughout Amsterdam, so you will never be too far away for a visit.
Locations: Spuistraat 96, Berenstraat 1, Waterloopplein 1 & Nieuwe Spiegelstraat 37H, Amsterdam
3. Bij Ons Vintage – Favorite vintage store in Amsterdam
This beautiful vintage store in Amsterdam is Hannah’s personal favorite. It has two retro-looking stores in Amsterdam and offers an extensive collection of high-quality jeans, sweaters, and shirts. You name it and it will be there, all categorized by color. This shop is a feast for the eyes, so enjoy browsing for those perfect Levis Jeans for a reasonably small price.
Locations: Reestraat 13 & Nieuwezijds Voorburgwal 150, Amsterdam
4. Laura Dols
Laura Dols is the impressive closet of a fairytale princess! If you’re looking for a unique party outfit, this is the place to go. Girly dresses, sparkly bags, they have it all!
Location: Wolvenstraat 7, Amsterdam
Also read: Best Day Trips from Amsterdam
5. Kiloshop – Vintage Amsterdam
The name says it all, at the Kiloshop you pay per kilo. Some items have a colored badge attached that shows how much it costs, and some you place on the scale yourself to know what the price is going to be.
There’s a vast selection of clothes and accessories, such as sunglasses or bags and belts from different decades.
Locations: Albert Cuypstraat 100 & Jodenbreestraat 158, Amsterdam
Waterloopplein is the oldest flea market in the heart of Amsterdam. It is held from Monday to Saturday, with almost three hundred stalls filled with vintage! Old cameras, used books, jewelry, fashion, and so much more is sold very cheaply.
If you are looking for original clothes for an average price, then you go to Zipper! It is a beautiful Amsterdam vintage store that’s located in the middle of the popular ‘Negen Straatjes’. It has 2 floors full of the coolest vintage streetwear, for men and women.
Location: Huidenstraat 7, Amsterdam
8. We are Vintage in Amsterdam
We Are Vintage has an endless choice of high-quality vintage items for both women and men. Because you pay per kilo, the price is relatively low compared to a few other vintage stores in Amsterdam.
Locations: Kinkerstraat 193 & Eerste Van Swindenstraat 43, Amsterdam
The Noordermarkt in Amsterdam takes place every Monday. Go treasure hunting at this flea market that offers antiques, clothing, and other second-hand items. This vintage market in Amsterdam only takes place on Monday morning from 9 AM – 1 PM.
Location: Noordermarkt 42B, Amsterdam
Tip: Try the best apple pie in Amsterdam at Winkel 43
10. Van Dijk & Ko
Van Dijk & Ko is a huge vintage warehouse where you can find cool furniture, lamps, and home accessories. It’s located in Amsterdam North, which you can easily get to from Amsterdam Central with the ferry ‘NDSM’. Great to combine with a visit to the IJ-Hallen (see number 11).
Location: Papaverweg 46, Amsterdam
11. De IJ-hallen
IJ-Hallen is the largest and most attractive flea market in Europe and takes place at least once a month. The market is mostly covered, and you will find everything: furniture, clothing, bags, and much more. An entrance ticket costs €5, which is worth it. The market starts at 9 AM and ends at 4:30 PM, but make sure to be early to find the best items and to avoid the crowds.
Check the agenda to see which weekends the flea market takes place.
Location: T.T. Neveritaweg 15, Amsterdam
Disclaimer: With the high rent prices in Amsterdam it’s wise to not expect the lowest possible price for the clothing.
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Visiting Laura Dols was a highlight of our trip to Amsterdam. I could have spent a all day there. Thank you for recommending it!