Vintage Boutiques and Shopping Stores in Seville

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Mark Nayler

Think of Seville and you’re more likely to think Chanel and Armani than shabby-chic vintage fashion. Nevertheless, there are some wonderful second-hand and vintage boutiques in the Andalusian capital for those who like their shops with a little more personality than the high-street giants.

1. Isadora

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The five streets that nestle between Seville’s famous, distinctively shaped wooden mushrooms and Plaza Alfalfa are known as Soho Benita, and have become one of the coolest places to shop in the city. One of the stars of the area is the cute little boutique Isadora, which sells women’s vintage clothing, shoes and accessories at reasonable prices. Most of the stock is the work of local designers, and there’s kids’ toys and attire too.

La Importada

Another of Soho Benita’s gems is the trendy La Importadora, which sits right next door to Isadora at number two Calle Perez Galdos. One the pleasures of shopping in this vintage clothing specialist is that if you see a picture on the wall that takes your fancy, you can probably buy it: Importada functions as an art gallery as well as a boutique clothes store. Whatever you’re after, though, the shop’s shabby-chic deco, beautiful exposed brickwork and high ceilings make it one of the most enjoyable places to browse in central Seville.

La Importada 2 Calle Pérez Galdós, Seville, Spain +34 954 56 18 29

2. Ropero Sevilla


Colourful racks and displays make shopping at Sevilles vintage stores irresistible
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The charmingly shabby Calle Feria is home to three of Seville’s best vintage and second-hand clothing stores. Ropero, especially, is not a shop you’re likely to miss: its colourful window display is always crammed full of vintage goodies and is flanked by spray-paint murals of a giant squid. Inside, giant squids are one of the few things not on sale, with a huge range of used and new vintage clothes, accessories and trinkets on offer. Ropero’s cheerful and helpful owner, herself a walking advertisement for the vintage style, is only too glad to help you out if you’re overwhelmed by the choice.

3. Demi Plié

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In the cosy interior of Demi Plié, a specialist in women’s clothing and accessories, you’ll find some of the sharpest vintage fashion in Seville. Its offering is modern and brand-name orientated and will appeal to those who want quality vintage clothing that is more chic than shabby. This is reflected in the store’s location: right in the fashionable heart of Seville, surrounded by some of the city’s sharpest designer clothes stores. Unlike many of these, Demi Plié doesn’t shut for lunch, so you can shop through the afternoon.

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