Vintage, Vintage, Vintage!
BERLIN DAY 1: If you’re as much into thrift shopping as I am, then you should absolutely go and visit Berlin! What I love most about thrift shops is browsing and finding new stuff that I didn’t even know existed. I love discovering clothes from past years. They inspire me so much and help me to create new styles. Clothes are like a time machine. They have the power to throw you back in time.
Second hand stores also have a positive economical effect on our society: by buying used stuff, you withstand the throwaway mentality of our society. Not to mention that second hand clothes, furniture, etc. are also way cheaper than new bought. In that way, you do not only do something for the environment, but also for your purse. What could you want more?
Backpack – DropDead
Leather Jacket – Second Hand Luxembourg
Crop Top – American Apparel
Windbreaker Jacket – Zipper Second hand Amsterdam
XXL T-shirt – Weekday
Velvet Cap – Weekday
Mom Jeans – Pull&Bear
Lion Purse – Second Hand Berlin Boppstraße
Pink Pastel Embroidered Blouse – Made In Berlin
Backpack – DropDead by Oli Sykes
Beanie – Fuchsteufelswild
White Bomber Jacket – Monki
Shoes – Vans Old Skool Pastel
THRIFT SHOPS, BERLIN
I’ve spent hours and hours in different thrift shops in Berlin. Here are my TOP 3 thrift shops I’d recommend you to start your shopping journey:
AMY’S TOP 3:
-Kleidermarkt Garage (Ahornstraße 2, 10787 Berlin, Deutschland)
-Flea Market Mauerpark, every Sunday (Gleimstraße 55, 10437 Berlin, Deutschland)
-Made In Berlin (neue Schönhauser Str. 19, 10178 Berlin, Deutschland)