We hate to break it to you but fall is just around the corner. As we all think about the cooler weather ahead, you might be looking to add some new pieces to your wardrobe. It’s the season of layering, after all, so whether it’s sweaters, scarves, boots, pants, or a combo of all of those, Seattle has plenty of great places to shop.

Instead of heading to your regular big box store why not check out a local vintage shop? You’ll find one-of-a-kind pieces while being eco-friendly and supporting local. That’s a win-win-win if you ask us. So here are 10 of the best vintage shops in Seattle to refresh your fall wardrobe.

Fremont Sunday Market

Sure it’s not exactly a vintage shop but it is reliable in that it has tons of vendors and happens every Sunday. You can find clothes, home goods and much more. So grab some new pieces and bring some fun new trinkets home for yourself or friends.

Where: The corner of 3401 Evanston Ave North
Hours: Sunday 10-4pm

Red Light Vintage


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This long-standing spot for Seattle vintage has it all. Seriously they have clothes from pretty much every decade and they also claim to be Seattle’s biggest vintage clothing shop. Honestly, it’s probably true as the store has an overwhelming number of racks that are definitely worth sorting through.

Where: 4560 University Way NE
Hours: Sunday-Thursday 11 am-7 pm, Friday-Saturday 11 am-8 pm

Lifelong Thrift

Yet another spot that’s not exclusively vintage. But we love lifelong for a few reasons. Firstly, they have a great selection of items and secondly their proceeds go to help those with HIV/AIDS and other chronic conditions. So shop for a good cause at Lifelong!

Where: ​312 Broadway East
Hours: Tuesday-Saturday 11 am-6 pm

Fremont Vintage Mall

As the name suggests, this spot is truly a mall for vintage goods. Beyond tons of clothes, you can find unique vintage furniture, small goods, and other cool vintage stuff you didn’t know you needed. So grab some new sweaters and a cool vintage cozy blanket because why not?

Where: 3419 Fremont Pl N
Hours: Daily 11 am-7 pm

Doll Parts Collective

This unique West Seattle shop seemingly has it all. They carry art, clothing, home goods and more. Their items have a sustainable focus and they carry both handmade items and of course, vintage. So make an appointment and stop in to shop one of a kind vintage and handmade items.

Where: 4448 California Ave SW
Hours: 12-6 pm, Wednesday to Sunday

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Georgetown Trailer Park Mall

Not just one shop but a whole vintage mall! The Georgetown Trailer Park Mall might not be your first thought when it comes to vintage shopping but you can definitely find some pieces here. Plus it’s yet another excuse to explore one of Seattle’s coolest neighborhoods.

Where: 5805 Airport Way S
Hours: Saturday 11 am-6 pm, Sunday 11 am-4 pm

Bon Voyage Vintage

This great vintage spot is located in the heart of Seattle, Pioneer Square. Bon Voyage Vintage has tons of unique pieces that will help kick your wardrobe up a notch. It’s a great place to stop by after walking the neighborhood or grabbing a coffee. We’ll bet you’ll take home at least a few pieces.

Where: 110 S Washington St
Hours: Sunday-Friday 12 pm-6 pm, Saturday 12 pm-7 pm

Lucky Vintage


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This Seattle spot has two great stores that never disappoint. They have a selection of men’s, women’s, and unisex clothes as well as accessories. You’ll be able to find lots of true vintage items with an emphasis on sportswear and also lots of other goodies thrown in.

Where: 4742 University Way NE & 5424 Ballard Ave NW
Hours: Varies

Indian Summer


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This spot specializes in unique gender inclusive vintage and pre-worn garments in a wide range of styles and sizes. From designer to silks to unknown brands, Indian Summer has it all. Plus you can shop the best of the best right on the shop’s Instagram. Talk about convenience!

Where: 534 Summit Ave E
Hours: Friday-Sunday 1 pm-6 pm

Pretty Parlor


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If you’re really all about that 1950s-60s retro vibe then you need to check out Pretty Parlor. This spot has both true vintage and vintage-inspired wares for all of your retro needs. Plus it’s a great place to get a super unique wedding dress if you have a big day coming up.

Where: Daily 12 pm-6 pm
Hours: 119 Summit Ave. E.

What are you waiting for? Get out there and pick yourself up some new one of a kind pieces.