49 Vintage Shops to Check Out in NYC on Small Business Saturday

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Small Business Saturday is right around the corner and what better way to prepare than by browsing our list of vintage stores and sellers in your area! Each day this week, we’ll be sharing a new list with you from a new city. Today we start in the Big Apple, New York City…!

The Dressing Room

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Photo: Thedressingroomnyc.com

Established in the Lower East Side in July 2007, The Dressing Room, is the perfect spot for emerging fashion. Not only does The Dressing Room have a great selection of new and used fashion but it also has a casual bar with speciality cocktails, and who could be mad at that?

The Dressing Room is located at 75A Orchard Street in Manhattan.

Encore

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Photo: Encoreresale.com

Here’s a fun fact for you: Encore opened its doors in 1954 and is known as America’s first consignment shop. Encore prides itself on carrying only the finest merchandise at a fraction of the price and apparently, back in the day, Jackie O used to shop there!

Encore is located at 1132 Madison Avenue in Manhattan.

Eleven Consignment Boutique

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Photo: Elevenconsignmentboutique.co/

Eleven Consignment Boutique opened up its first location in the Lower East Side and after some success decided to open their second location in Park Slope, Brooklyn. They’re all about the buying, trading, and consignment of high-end items at unbeatable prices.

Eleven Consignment Boutique has two locations, one at 180 1st Ave in Manhattan and another at 70 5th Ave in Brooklyn.

Junk Brooklyn

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Photo: Junk11211.com

Junk has two locations in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, with over 10,000 square feet of fresh, vintage goods. With a great collection of everything from lamps, plates, photos, clothing, and really anything else you can think of, I challenge you to NOT find something you want in this shop.

Junk has two locations, one at 197 N. 9th Street and another down the street at 567 Driggs Avenue in Brooklyn.

Beacon’s Closet

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Photo: Feathersboutiquevintage.com/

Beacon’s Closet is a 100% Brooklyn based, female-founded company. Their color-coded stores hold so much clothing it’s almost hard to walk around them. On top of that, any clothes that Beacon’s Closet doesn’t accept to sell they donate to different clothing drives and charities.

Beacon’s Closet has four locations, one at 10 W 13th Street in Manhattan and three more at 74 Guernsey Street, 92 5th Avenue, and 23 Bogart Street in Brooklyn.

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