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Eight of the Best Vintage Shopping Experiences in Dallas

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For simple vintage delights—clothing and otherwise—Dallas offers a bevy of stores. This 4th of July eve, we take the liberty of anointing the eight-best in Dallas. From mid-century-furniture-sporting havens like Again & Again to vintage soda-spouting spots like Zola's Everyday Vintage, the area's emporiums are decidedly well-stocked.


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Vintage Martini

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This Carrollton refugee is the foremost name in Dallas vintage fashion. Founded in 1988, it began life as a mobile entity; now, vintage mavens flock to it. Stocked with unique finds, from Chanel to Missoni, the emporium is a true treasure trove.

Factory Girl

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A Deep Ellum designer vintage boutique for women, this store is a wonderland of vintage Oscar De La Renta and Norma Kamali, plus artworks and other eclectic finds.

Again & Again

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Again & Again is a warehouse full of vintage furniture store in the Dallas Design District. The store believes in repurposing, recycling and reinventing, aiming to create beautiful, one-of-a-kind pieces of furniture.

Dolly Python

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This beloved vintage men's and women's clothing store features hand-selected items from 1940s through the 1980s. Expect to see a large selection of vintage cowboy boots, motorcycle and combat boots too.

Clotheshorse Anonymous

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A wide variety of designer duds is why this Preston Road store is a thoroughly reliable vintage wonderland.

Commonwealth Couture

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Good prices, not to mention hard-to-find Louis Vuitton bags, make this Hillcrest Avenue boutique a must-see.

Zola's Everyday Vintage

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From Pucci-like halter dresses to Jackie O.-era cocktail attire, Zola's inventory is wide-ranging (vintage sodas, anyone?). The store specializes in vintage coats and furs from the '60s and '70s, and there's also vintage jewelry.

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This Lakewood store is a vintage furniture treasure-trove. The large showroom showcases virtually every kind of distinctive decor.

Vintage Martini

This Carrollton refugee is the foremost name in Dallas vintage fashion. Founded in 1988, it began life as a mobile entity; now, vintage mavens flock to it. Stocked with unique finds, from Chanel to Missoni, the emporium is a true treasure trove.

Factory Girl

A Deep Ellum designer vintage boutique for women, this store is a wonderland of vintage Oscar De La Renta and Norma Kamali, plus artworks and other eclectic finds.

Again & Again

Again & Again is a warehouse full of vintage furniture store in the Dallas Design District. The store believes in repurposing, recycling and reinventing, aiming to create beautiful, one-of-a-kind pieces of furniture.

Dolly Python

This beloved vintage men's and women's clothing store features hand-selected items from 1940s through the 1980s. Expect to see a large selection of vintage cowboy boots, motorcycle and combat boots too.

Clotheshorse Anonymous

A wide variety of designer duds is why this Preston Road store is a thoroughly reliable vintage wonderland.

Commonwealth Couture

Good prices, not to mention hard-to-find Louis Vuitton bags, make this Hillcrest Avenue boutique a must-see.

Zola's Everyday Vintage

From Pucci-like halter dresses to Jackie O.-era cocktail attire, Zola's inventory is wide-ranging (vintage sodas, anyone?). The store specializes in vintage coats and furs from the '60s and '70s, and there's also vintage jewelry.

The Consignment Solution

This Lakewood store is a vintage furniture treasure-trove. The large showroom showcases virtually every kind of distinctive decor.