9 of Seattle's best thrift, consignment, and vintage shops

Feb 23 2021, 3:25 pm

Macklemore was right: Popping tags with $20 in your pocket is freaking awesome.

Since you’re shopping in Macklemore’s hometown, you really should pay homage to the hip hop legend and check out some of the city’s fabulous vintage shops.

Here are nine of our favorite vintage, thrift, and consignment shops in Seattle:

Lucky Vintage

 

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You’ll feel lucky when you find your next favorite pair of jeans at Lucky Vintage. The shop has pivoted to an online model, showing off its wares on the website and Instagram page.

Where: Closed locations can be viewed online.

Goodwill

 

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Goodwill aims to help people reach their fullest potential through education, job placement, and career pathway services made possible by community donations, purchases, and partnerships. Retail purchases support mission programs and services.

Where: Your nearest Goodwill store can be found online.

Bon Voyage Vintage

Bon Voyage features vintage, one-of-a-kind, and handmade items from local designers. The shop offers an online shopping option and is keeping its doors open for those who’d prefer looking in-store. Owners Meg and Keith have been buying and selling vintage for over 20 years and know exactly what they’re doing.

Where: 110 S Washington Street, Seattle

Pretty Parlor

 

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Pretty Parlor is a curated new and vintage boutique that carries lovely styles representing the 1920s through the 1990s. You’ll feel like you walked into a pink paradise every time you step into the store. The shop is also offering online shopping.

Where: 119 Summit Avenue E, Seattle

Indian Summer Vintage

 

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Those hoping to shop unique vintage and pre-worn gems will have to schedule an appointment or shop through Instagram, as Indian Summer Vintage has closed walk-in services. The shop is run by proud Afrotaino, queer, and non-binary people.

Where: 543 Summit Avenue East, Seattle

Assistance League

Assistance League sells new or gently used and clean merchandise. Revenues from the thrift shop go directly to support their philanthropic programs to improve the lives of disadvantaged students in Seattle.

Where: Your nearest Assistance League store can be found online.

Red Light Vintage

 

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Because Red Light Vintage adds new items to its shelves every day, it’s regarded as Seattle’s biggest vintage clothing shop. The store stocks clothing from every era for the past 100 years.

Where: 4560 University Way NE, Seattle

Lifelong Thrift

With deep Seattle roots, Lifelong Thrift strives to engage the community and financially support the cause of Lifelong to provide food, housing, and health to individuals with HIV/AIDS and other chronic conditions.​ Each thrift purchase will help the local community.

Where: 312 Broadway E, Seattle

Fremont Vintage Mall

Fremont Vintage Mall has an enormous collection of vintage furniture, collectibles, antiques, records, art, clothing, and more. You could literally spend all day sifting through their incredible inventory.

Where: 3419 Fremont Place N, Seattle

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