There are quite a few vintage finds and second hand gems in my wardrobe that I discovered in vintage markets all over Europe. Some of them were bought in Munich at Vinty’s, a vintage store that is located just a few minutes by bike from where I work in the west of Munich. You can browse through clothes racks full of dresses, shirts, jeans and even traditional Bavarian Dirndl but you can also find shoes, accessories and men’s and children’s clothes from different time periods: ’60s dresses, ’70s Hawaiian shirts or ’80s mum jeans — this shop will make a vintage lover’s heart jump!
Jeans and dresses go for around €10, blouses and shirts between 5 and 8, so the prices are really fair. The pieces from Vinty’s collection are usually a bit more pricey, but they are something special: the people at Vinty’s have upcycled them, altered them a little and made them into brand new pieces of clothing! And every single piece is even more valuable: Vinty’s supports development projects in Africa, South America and other parts of the world with the income from the clothes they sell. What are you waiting for? Vinty’s is always worth a visit whenever you’re around!