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What’s better than throwing it back while practicing sustainable and eco-friendly shopping? When we go vintage, we’re helping to reclaim and upcycle clothes that might otherwise end up in landfills. You know what they say: One person’s trash is another person’s treasure, and in this case, you might find a closet full of vintage gems that will last for years to come.

We’ve found some of the best places to shop thrifted and vintage clothing online, and starting at an affordable price. These shops range in location, from Brooklyn to San Francisco to the UK. No matter where you are, you can invest in some secondhand flair without breaking the bank.

If you too love, well, the pre-loved, check out our guide on where to find vintage home goods and learn how to score vintage denim! Or, if you want to sell your worn wardrobe favorites, check out where to sell your secondhand clothing online.

Best Overall | Best Size Range | Best Luxury

1. Etsy

Best For | Curated vintage
Product Range | Adult & children’s apparel, accessories, shoes, bags
Price Range | $$$

For vintage finds and handmade clothing, Etsy is the online marketplace to shop. With product listings ranging from stunning dresses and ruffled blouses to 1960s tweed coats and vintage jeans, Etsy has something for everyone in every price range. (A few of our faves are ShopOneMoment, Roselein Rarities, and Persephone Vintage.) You can find everything on Etsy—whether its wardrobe staples or unique handmade home goods. Most listings are from individuals or boutiques, so it’s also a good way to support small businesses and local sellers.

2. Patagonia Worn Wear

Best For | Outerwear and outdoor gear
Product Range | Adult & children’s apparel and gear
Price Range | $$

For those who love being in the outdoors and protecting it, Patagonia’s Worn Wear is the perfect place to look. The online store sells used Patagonia clothing and gear that’s been traded in by fellow enthusiasts. The team repairs the returned items (or recycles them if they’re a little too loved) and offers Worn Wear credits in exchange. Plus, its Recrafted Collection is comprised of clothes made from other used garments. Get Patagonia gear out in the world instead of into landfills. 

3. Beyond Retro

Best For | Vintage shopping in the UK
Product Range | Adult & children’s apparel, accessories, shoes, bags
Price Range | ££

Beyond Retro is your UK one-stop shop if you’re looking solely for vintage finds, especially from a company with a sustainable vision. Beyond Retro is committed to reducing, reusing, and reclaiming 10 billion items—and the brand’s practices are working. Beyond Retro uses eco-friendly packaging and carries an upcycled Reworked collection. From the 1970s paisley blouses to the men’s Hawaiian style button-downs, the options are limitless. Plus, there’s free UK delivery for orders over £75.

4. Depop

Best For | Purchasing directly from other people and affordable pricing
Product Range | Adult & children’s apparel, intimates, accessories, shoes, bags
Price Range | $

For fashion inspo at your fingertips, look no further than Depop. The global marketplace has over 30 million sellers, stylists, designers, collectors, creatives, and influencers offering unique preloved and vintage items. With an interface that resembles Instagram, buyers can interact with their favorite shops and vendors through “follows,” “likes,” comments, and messages. You can even search for pieces by hashtag. Depop is aiming to “make fashion more inclusive, diverse, and less wasteful”—what more could you ask for? Shops we love, featured below, are Chloe Vintage and hana bee co!

5. Vestiaire Collective

Based In | Luxury goods
Product Range | Adult & children’s apparel, intimates, swimwear, jewelry, bags, shoes
Price Range | $$$$

If you’ve ever dreamed of raiding a celebrity’s closet—or simply living in luxury—Vestiaire Collective allows you to do just that. The resale store is home to over three million coveted luxury items (and with sustainable shipping!). The carefully curated catalog also offers vintage pieces from high-end designers, and every item is examined for quality and authenticity once sold. Vestiaire Collective began with one question: “Could there be a way to extend the lifespan of these beautiful pieces by bringing them back into circulation?” Now, it’s the answer.

6. thredUP

Best For | Inclusive sizing
Product Range | Adult & children’s apparel, shoes, accessories, bags, maternity
Price Range | $$

thredUP helps you shop the brands you love in an affordable, sustainable way. Known as one of the world’s largest online consignment and thrift stores, you’ll find everything from throwback skorts to vintage blouses from the 35,000+ listed brands. Before that sounds too overwhelming, ThredUp catalogs your sizes and preferences and automatically narrows in on pieces for you. How easy is that? Get your vintage glam on with up to 90 percent off retail prices.

7. Rebag

Best For | Handbags
Product Range | Bags, watches, jewelry, accessories
Price Range | $$$$

Rebag helps makes luxury a little bit more accessible. This online platform offers bags, watches, jewelry, and more from 50+ of the biggest designers in the world, including Cartier, Balenciaga, and Gucci. Every piece goes through white-glove inspection, and you can turn in your purchase within 12 months for up to 80 percent of your purchase price—so you can look for your next style. We love its thoughtful filters—like sorting by highest percentage off retail price—to find what we need. Prices start around $200+ for bags.

8. Helpsy

Best For | Activewear and athleisure
Product Range | Adult apparel, outerwear, activewear, shoes, bags
Price Range | $$$

If sustainability is your priority, Helpsy is here to offer a helping hand. As the only certified B Corp in the clothing collection and resale space, the brand is dedicated to changing the way we reduce, reuse, and recycle in our wardrobes. Head here for unique vintage garments alongside preloved pieces from brands like Anthropologie, Free People, Everlane, and more. While the search isn’t as sophisticated as others on this list, we’ve scored new-with-tag pieces on Helpsy that we wear every day. It’s worth the patience and persistence, just as thrifting always is!

9. eBay

Best For | Unique vintage and secondhand pieces
Product Range | Adult & children’s apparel, accessories, shoes, bags, maternity
Price Range | $$

eBay, the pioneer of online marketplaces, is a treasure trove for vintage clothing. As a peer-to-peer platform, eBay has outlined policies to keep the buyer and safety at the forefront of transactions. And with millions of sellers, the range is tough to beat—you’ll find everything from a 1940s women’s blazer to vintage Converse sneakers. Our favorites include Seattle Women’s Assistance Fund for size-inclusive options that give back, DowntownGenerations for streetwear, giftofgarb for cute wardrobe staples, and Room6Vintage for stunning pieces from the 60s, 70s, and 80s. Breathe new life into an old piece.