New York vintage, like the city itself, is one of extremes. These places are harder to find — especially the ones that are inexpensive across the board. This week Boo York City provides its own guide on where to dress well for less in a city known for mark-ups and rip-offs. We have included those stores that stock slightly more expensive pieces along with the bargains, because you can usually find something affordable on their rails. A very well-organized large shop that has been trading since the s. This place stocks beautifully made costumes from New York City Opera, and has a fancy-dress section, making it one of the go-to stores for Burning Man outfits.
You know you can count on stores like IKEA and Target for affordable furniture really no matter where you live, and those are great options, but there's so much more out there and at every price point , especially in New York. You might not think the big city is the best place to try out furniture IRL, but there's a wealth of furniture and home decor stores —from big showrooms to small boutiques—that stock unique pieces in just about every style, not to mention, plenty of options for beautiful vintage and antique furnishings. These stores, from chains you might recognize to charming shops you've maybe never even heard of, are all worth checking out if you're shopping for furniture in NYC. Our Soho flagship is ready to welcome warmer weather with a fresh crop of new furnishings, gifts, and more! Tap the image and the link in our bio to shop the chic and colorful look right now. You know One Kings Lane as an online destination for tons of both new and vintage furniture and decor, but you can head to SoHo to visit the brand's flagship store or visit their Southampton location if you're in Long Island. Just some fresh off the truck goodies!!
We're going to NYC next month, and I'd love to know if there are areas or neighborhoods that are best for vintage clothing shops. We'd prefer funky over fancy Any help is appreciated! This recent thread has links to info that might suit: tripadvisor.
Marissa Bero. New York City. Homepolish designer Marissa Bero is a self-proclaimed hunter of all things beautiful, as evidenced by her layered designs.