COW – Cow is the newest and largest vintage store in Manchester. It reminded me of a vintage equivalent of Urban Outfitters (UO) with their space, set up and selection of clothes. You can probably understand that this means you get the accompanying UO-style higher prices though.
61 Church St, Manchester M4 1PD
RETRO REHAB- Then there is Retro Rehab, the store I was originally headed to: It’s a cute boutique which vintage clothing afficionados swear by on Oldham Street. They had a £5 and under sale when I was there and I even managed to find something for £1 – does that even get you a soft drink anymore? If you’re a retro-queen – this is your kind of place.
91 Oldham St, City Centre, Manchester M1 1JR
DEEP – This vintage shop looked like what you expect of a vintage store circa 2014. Similarly to other stalls and stores, you can get some great finds in here. Good thing is that you don’t have to dig around to find everything, as the store is laid out really well. You can browse through the rails with ease and in a way that you know where to find everything. So basically, it’s your average vintage shop.
Deep Vintage Clothing
10 Hilton St, Manchester M1 1JF
46 Oldham Street, Manchester, M4 1LE