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This Map Will Guide You Through The Ultimate Montreal Vintage Shopping Spree

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This Map Will Guide You Through The Ultimate Montreal Vintage Shopping Spree

I'm a sucker for vintage shops. There is something so comforting in knowing that my clothes have a past, with stories that allow me to connect with them. With this in mind, I have found some pretty impressive pieces for very little cost, which is always a good thing. Lucky for us, Montreal's list of vintage stores is enough to satisfy any shopaholic's needs. 

Montreal is a very fashionable city and one of the things that stands out most is how many of us locals have our individual styles. With fast-fashion becoming a craze, there is something special about shopping second hand. Not only does it give you a chance to find unique pieces, but you're also doing something positive for the environment. 

Instead of searching through the racks of H&M, why not try out one of these epic vintage shops, right here in Montreal? From designer second-hand goods to kickass retro t-shirts, these awesome locations have so much to offer both their clientele and our city. 

Not only will I be sharing my favourite vintage spots in the city but we at MTL Blog want to make your life as easy as possible, so we even drew out a map to guide you through all of your shopping needs. 

La Friperie du Village

Where: 304, Lakeshore Drive

When it comes to designer vintage goods, there are few places with as large as a selection as Fripperie Du Village. Located in Pointe-Claire Village, this awesome shop has every brand name you can think of.

From Chanel and Louis Vuitton to Prada and Fendi, this high-end vintage store is what my idea of paradise looks like.

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Annex Vintage

Where: 56, rue St-Viateur O.

For those of you looking for retro shoes and clothing from the '80s and '90s, Annex Vintage is the spot for you. The well-priced shop has a ton of cool and unique pieces to pick from, which is great for any thrift shopper.

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Cul-De-Sac

Where: 3794, blvd. St-Laurent

This unpretentious vintage store offers a wide range of secondhand and vintage clothing for both men and women.

Located on one of the most popular boulevards in the city, this shop is a must-see for thrift shop experts and beginners alike.

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Kitsch'n Swell

Where: 4065, blvd. St-Laurent

If you're a fan of 1950s fashion then this shop may be your new favourite place to be. From vintage clothing to quirky gifts, Kitsch'n Swell has pieces you never knew your wardrobe needed.

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Deuxieme Edition

Where: 262, rue Beaubien E.

For those of you with expensive taste on a budget, this store is the ideal spot for you. From designer bags, jewelry, clothing and shoes, Deuxieme Edition is without a doubt one of my favourite stores in all of Montreal.

Known for its authentic second-hand luxury goods, this store is a local gem that must be discovered by all!

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Local 23

Where: 23, rue Bernard O.

What I love most about Local 23 is that you can exchange your old/used clothes for something new vintage pieces. From clothing and accessories to footwear for all sexes, Local 23 is one of those stores that you pray will never close.

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Hadio

Where: 308-314, ave. Mont-Royal

Hadio is known as the biggest vintage t-shirt shop in all of Montreal. This means that you're basically sure to find some of the most retro and coolest t-shirts that will leave everyone in town wondering where you get your clothes from!

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ERA Vintage Wear

Where: 999, rue du Collège #41

ERA Vintage Wear is one of my go-to spots when in need of cool pieces to complete any outfit. This boutique refurbishes vintage wear from the 1920s until the 1980s, which means there are a ton of options to pick from depending on your personal style.

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Scandale Boutique

Where: 3639, blvd. St-Laurent

This gem of a shop will satisfy all your vintage shopping needs. The high-end boho-chic style is in abundance at this location and the forest-style boutique has two-floors of goods for you to check out. If you love going through racks in hopes of finding something brilliant, this is the store for you.

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The Little Shop

Where: 1002, ave. Ogilvy

Situated in a townhouse in Parc-Extension, The Little Shop is one of Montreal's best-kept secrets. For three full storeys, shoppers will be in awe with the items up for sale. With fashion pieces and homewares dating as far back as the 19th century, this little jewel in our city is a must for anyone with a love for vintage goods.

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Ruse Boutique 

Where: 5141, blvd. St-Laurent

I have a love for the finer things in life, however, my wallet does not always allow for YSL bags and Chanel suits, at Ruse Boutique, you can find high-end pieces for a fraction of their original prices. You can find a wide range of items at all different costs, so there's something for everyone.

Ruse Boutique is one of my favourite shopping destinations in Montreal and when you check it out for yourself, you're going to see exactly why.

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Floh Shoppe

Where: 4311, rue St-Denis

This trendy vintage shop offers a slew of options for you to pick from. The "slow fashion" is made up of hand-selected vintage pieces that will have you coming back time and time again.

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And to make your vintage shopping crawl even easier, here's a map of all of the ones on this list:

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