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.
This cute little concept/vintage store offers women’s fashion and accessories that will appeal to those bored by the high street chains. La Seta Croqueta is full of interesting little knick-knacks for the house or bedroom, quirkily displayed on furniture that looks as if it’s come straight from an oversized dolls’ house, so you’ll almost certainly come away with something you had no intention of buying. It nestles on a pretty little back street in the shadow of Seville’s beautiful wooden mushrooms.
La Seta Croqueta, 9 Calle Regina, 9, Seville, Spain +34 955 51 83 84
Contributing to the colourful vintage line-up on Calle Feria is Jueves Sevilla Vintage, right next door to Ropero. Another bright and cheerful window display will entice you inside, where you’ll find all manner of vintage clothing, accessories, and cool, completely useless items. The store takes its name from the wonderful flea market that transforms Calle Feria into a kind of souk every Thursday morning. Dating back some 700 years, this is Seville’s oldest street market, and it’s a great place to hunt for vintage bargains.
Jueves Sevilla Vintage, 37 Calle Feria, Seville, Spain +34 672 04 23 99
After a opening a new store on Calle Marques de Pickman in June 2016, Humana now has three vintage and second-hand shops in the Andalusian capital. The original outlet on Calle Feria is now closed, and although the new flagship store on Pickman is about a ten-minute walk from the city centre, it’s well worth a visit. Humana’s range of second-hand clothes (often hardly worn and from top-end labels) takes some beating, and it has a solid vintage offering, although prices tend to be a little higher than at Ropero and Jueves.
Humana, 33 Calle Marqués de Pickman, Seville, Spain + 34 954 91 30 95