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The Vintage Guide To London | February 24, 2018

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Menswear - 5/6 - The Vintage Guide To London

The 60s and 70s specialist: What The Butler Wore

January 18, 2011 |

What the Butler Wore is a South London vintage shop specialising in Sixties and Seventies men’s and ladies fashion – although there is also always a selection of both pre-Sixties and post-Seventies items in stock.
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For vintage biker chic: Bambino

December 27, 2010 |

If you’ve ever had any doubts that crossing the river to go vintage shopping in South London is worth it, then Bambino should set your mind at ease.
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Like an American thrift store: Wow Retro

December 10, 2010 |

Spread over three shops in central London, two of which are just around the corner from Covent Garden, Wow Retro stock womens and menswear from the Twenties to the Eighties.
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Worth crossing the river for: Radio Days

December 1, 2010 |

This little den of vintage is in one of the cutest streets in South London. Lower Marsh, just off The Cut and close to The Old Vic.
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Not just one of Paloma Faith’s favourites: Blackout II

September 4, 2010 |

Blackout II is not only one of London’s best vintage shops but an absolute must whenever you find yourself in Covent Garden.
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Hackney favourite: Paper Dress Vintage

August 11, 2010 |

Not another East London-based vintage shop selling cheap Eighties Lycra for premium prices I hear you say, but don’t be fooled by the Hackney location, Paper Dress Vintage is a fabulous vintage boutique selling a great selection of clothing, shoes and accessories from 1900 to the Eighties.
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