The Best Vintage Clothing Stores in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

If you’re filled with horror at the thought of running into someone in the same outfit, opt for second-hand. Heading to Vietnam‘s most populous area, Ho Chi Minh City? Leave enough space in your suitcase and add these vintage stores to the itinerary to pick up something one-of-a-kind.

Vintage Closet

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Dress shopping has never been simultaneously easier or more difficult than at Vintage Closet. From wedding gowns to princess dresses, and everything in between, Vintage Closet specialises in classic designs that will stand the test of time. The shop’s enthusiastic owner loves helping customers find the perfect dress, even if that means creating a unique one from her existing inventory. Not only do the prices cater to college students but every customer receives free dress editing for life.

Magenta Vintage

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Tired of finding the perfect vintage piece that seems unbearably difficult to match with your existing wardrobe? Throw those problems straight into the hamper when you shop at Magenta Vintage. This store near Bui Vien Walking Street has it all: tops and bottoms, overalls and dresses, belts, socks, shoes, scarves and more. Pick up a pair of vintage glasses that frame the face under a chic hat, or follow their looks on their Instagram feed to instantly grab a stylish outfit for your next night out in Saigon.

K Vintage

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Elegance is on sale at K Vintage. This vintage women’s clothing shop keeps a limited selection of shirts and dresses; their inventory changes by the month, with new silk dresses and cotton tops coming and going. K Vintage also offers a small variety of outfit sets, making it effortless to find a comfortable and cute look for only a few dong.

REWIND - Vintage Clothing

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Not all vintage digs need to be older than your parents. At Rewind, in the Phu Nhuan District, the threads on the shelves will take you back to your childhood years; T-shirts, bomber jackets, and hats showcase fandom of yesterday. Characters like Garfield and Scooby-Doo smile on T-shirts alongside old-school sports teams’ logos on hats, jackets and jerseys. A visit to Rewind will leave you dressed in nostalgia and the envy of your peers.

Mayhem Saigon

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Mayhem was one of the first vintage and thrift stores to open in Ho Chi Minh City. Most of the stock is imported from Japan, and you will find unique pieces and original match-ups by the talented Mayhem team. You can shop for head-to-toe looks, including dresses and blouses, alongside bow ties, glasses, scarves, bags, boots, and everything else in between. And their look is Instagrammable.

Con Qua Den

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Con Qua Den is where many local fashionistas shop when they’re in the market for unique pieces of clothing. The stock is sourced from all over the world, but mainly from the US, Japan, Korea and Hong Kong. You can find a few authentic big brand names here, such as Ralph Lauren, along with every day brands like Uniqlo and GAP. Their accessories, including jewellery and watches, are beautiful, too. Prices are extremely cheap – sometimes you will bag beautiful shirts for just 50 cents.

So Vintage

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Thailand and India are among the countries So Vintage buys its second-hand stock from. The clothes look as though they’re almost new and you will find all sorts of items – from blouses, maxi dresses and kimono jackets to accessories like bags, hats, belts and jewellery pieces of various shapes and styles. Better yet, the prices won’t give you a heart attack, with most pieces being below USD$40.

Si Lem

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All items at Si Lem have been carefully selected by the friendly owners, who buy with authenticity and quality in mind. The wholesale prices of Si Lem are extremely wallet-friendly, so you will no doubt end up buying more than you initially planned. This freestyle vintage shop stocks a range of curated goods, including T-shirts, culottes and vintage dresses imported from the US, Korea and Japan.

Nick Dauk contributed additional reporting to this article.

These recommendations were updated on May 6, 2021 to keep your travel plans fresh.

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