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The Best Fashion Boutiques in Vienna

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Updated: 5 July 2017
From avant-garde concept stores and Viennese-vintage shops to more serious and meticulously-designed ‘fashion galleries’, here are some of Vienna’s best boutiques to frequent whether on the hunt for one new piece to complete an ensemble, a new outfit or two, or to build a whole a new wardrobe altogether.
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We Bandits

Blending South Korean and Scandinavian fashion, this unique store features cutting-edge pieces that won’t break the bank. Located on one of Vienna’s most happening streets in the 7th District, Neubaugasse, We Bandits stocks both women and men’s clothing—with brands such as Korean Allstars, Maska, Won Hundred, and Kokoon. Among the sleek clothing are a great variety of gifts and accessories ranging from books to backpacks.

We Bandits, Neubaugasse 36, 1070 Wien, +43 699 190 038 95

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This sleek-concept store houses Viennese-vintage fashion. Spread across a beautifully designed space filled with palm trees and stylish furniture, this mesmerising shop stocks some fantastically glamourous, handpicked attire—no amount of glitter or sequins is deemed too much here. Self-described as ‘a mash-up of vintage jungle with mid-century mod accents,’ shoppers will be hard pressed not to find a unique outfit. Afterwards, stop by the store’s café for a pick-me-up.

Burggasse24, Burggasse 24, 1070 Vienna, +43 677 616 417 84

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This beautiful and thoughtfully-designed store is impossible to pass by without having a peek inside. Described as a ‘concept store’, Unikatessen, in the conspicuously-cool 4th District, stocks both vintage and contemporary design as well as fashion and accessory pieces—all handpicked and of the highest quality.

Unikatessen, Margaretenstraße 45/11-12, 1040 Wien, +43 1 9430996

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This exclusive store in the up-and-coming 2nd District is a wonderful amalgamation of hand-picked attire and original accessories. Artfully decorated with stripped-down walls and vintage furniture to lounge on after browsing the rails. Anna Purna, Isaac Reina, and Lulu Guinness are among the brands, and they are always introducing new and exciting labels.

SONG, Praterstraße 11, 1020 Wien, +43 1 532 2858

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International and avant-garde fashion for visionaries inside a ‘fashion gallery.’ Only clean cut and bold, block colours exist on the hangers at this artsy boutique in the trendy 7th District of Vienna. Eingensinnig states that the boutique ‘stands for original art’ and this is self-evident upon entering. Launched in 2012 by Stephanie Hofer and Toni Tramezzini, the store is dedicated to selling unique and tasteful pieces.

eigensinnig, Sankt-Ulrichs-Platz 4, 1070 Wien, +43 1 8906637

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Located on the Gumpendorferstrasse, an edgy area in the 6th District populated by lively bars and sleek-independent stores, Nachbarin stands out as an elegant and uncomplicated boutique. Selling a beautiful variety of women’s clothing and accessories, it is a great place for those needing a new outfit for a special occasion to head to.

Nachbarin, Gumpendorfer Str. 17, 1060 Wien, +43 /0/ 1 587 21 69

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Kaufhaus Wall

Located in one of the coolest neighbourhoods of Vienna, Neubau, where a cluster of hip-fashion boutiques can be found, Kaufhaus Wall is leading the way in terms of avant-garde style. The owners opened the store almost 20 years ago when it served as both hairdresser and clothes seller. Now, it has wholly dedicated itself to fashion, housing some iconic designers and new and existing names. The interior of the shop floor is meticulous and effortlessly chic—with clean lines and polished surfaces.

Kaufhaus Wall, Westbahnstraße 5A, 1070 Wien, +43 1 524 47 28

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