Total Recall Vintage
Located within Quiggins at Grand Central, Total Recall is one of the city’s best vintage shops. Stocking a wide range of items from the 50s through to the 70s, here you’ll be able to find retro jeans, blazers, dresses, caps, bags and so much more. Total Recall are now in a larger unit on the upper ground floor balcony of the shopping centre.
With items starting at just 50p, you really can’t go wrong here. Put simply, 69A is a Liverpool institution: a proud stalwart of Liverpool’s independent vintage trade and a regular haunt for locals. Not only will you find clothes here but an array of vintage trinkets, accessories and just about everything inbetween.
Located on Bold Street, Liverpool’s independent quarter, Resurrection is a unique vintage store. Whilst selling a range of vintage treasures, the shop now also stocks hip and trendy brands from the high street and online. Where else can you pick up an authentic 1970s windbreaker while checking out the latest trainers?
With branches in Liverpool, Chester and Manchester, Soho’s pride themselves on selling unique clothes and accessories, maintaining that there’s something for everyone in store. As well as stocking well-known brands like Levi’s and Criminal Damage, Soho’s also sell their own designs.
The brainchild of a 1980s pipedream, Pop Boutique is another of the city’s best vintage shops. Continuing the versatile theme, here you’ll find anything from t-shirts and shoes to music and hard-to-find furniture. Due to its success, Pop Boutique branches can now be found as far away as Gothenburg!
Red Brick Vintage
Housed within Robert Cain’s Brewery Building, this quirky warehouse space is home to one of the largest vintage collections of clothes, vinyl, furniture and bric-a-brac in Liverpool. Over summer, Red Brick hosts occasionally arts, crafts & vintage fairs with live music and traders from all over the north west getting involved.