In case you want to buy some authentic fashion pieces made in Yugoslavia, or maybe you wish to skip fast fashion and focus on more environmental-friendly options then the town’s vintage and second-hand shops should be worth your attention. Thus, in this short guide, you can find some useful info on second-hand and vintage clothes in Belgrade.
JANE DOE VINTAGE SHOP
Jane Doe is the very first vintage store in town. If you’re looking for rarities from the period of 1920-1990, drop by the Jane Doe vintage store at 17 Kapetan Mišina street at Dorćol historical.
In addition to vintage fashion, here you will find an interesting collection of old appliances, household items, and a diverse selection of vintage items.
JANE DOE CONCEPT STORE
Another Jane Doe shop- concept store, stands on the first floor of Mestasce jazz bar. In this nice looking shop you can dig up some vintage and second-hand leather jackets and dresses, but as well buy some unique items made by local designers. After the shopping feels free to grab a drink in the Mestasce bar.
Smizla is another popular second-hand and vintage shop. It is located on the first floor of the residential building in the Upper Dorcol. In this shop, one can find vintage dresses, sunglasses and glasses, Levis 501, and other models of jeans, shirts, and other vintage items. The prices range from 10e to 60e.
SUCH A TAVAN
Another Dorcol’s second-hand shop. In Such a Tavan visitors can find second-hand “designer” items. It’s mostly focused on women’s clothes.
Stanisavljev optika is one of the oldest family-owned optometrist shops in Belgrade, which is established back in 1985. It is located in Vuka Kradzica St., next to the Moritz Ise artisan ice cream parlor. You will recognize Stanisavljev optika by its retro appearance.
Stanisavljev optika offers a wide selection of vintage glasses and sunglasses and a small selection of old books. Here you can find some old models of glasses, so-called rarities, the kinds Tito and Le Corbusier have worn. The prices range from 50e to 250e.
Do not forget that this shop has limited working hours. It closes at around 3 pm.
BUVLJAK (FLEA MARKETS)
Please read our old article for more info on Belgrade flea markets.
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