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Your guide to Asheville’s vintage and secondhand clothing

One person’s trash is another person’s treasure.

Racks of clothing at Asheville Vintage Market.

Browse racks on racks on racks at Asheville Vintage Market.

Photo by @carolspags for AVM.

Looking to spice up your closet in time for spring? Do some good for our planet while you’re at it by shopping secondhand. It’s no secret that Asheville is seriously stylish, and that’s especially true when it comes to vintage clothing stores. We’ve rounded up twelve of our city’s coolest collections of secondhand and vintage clothing.

Asheville Vintage Market, Various locations
This vintage market is popping back up at Asheville Sports Club on Saturday, March 30 with a variety of vendors selling t-shirts, denim, leather goods, and more — plus, you can even score Asheville Vintage Market merch.

Honeypot Vintage, 86 N. Lexington Ave.
Whether you’re looking for gowns, jewelry, furs, leather, or lace, this eclectic spot has it all — they even supplied the cast of Stranger Things with 80s clothing for the show’s third season.

House of Kismet, 27 Foundy St. #40
Deck yourself out head to toe in items sourced primarily from the 1970s and earlier with clothing, jewelry, hats, and other accessories.

Posies for Lulu Vintage, 25 Rankin Ave., Ste. 201
This downtown shop is filled to the brim with eclectic, high-fashion pieces for any style.

Ragtime Vintage Clothing, 20 E. Walnut St
This small shop is a go-to for denim from classic brands like Levi, Wrangler, Lee, and more — plus, you may just find the perfect vintage motorcycle jacket.

Denim & pants at rEvolve.

Find the perfect fit at rEvolve Mercantile.

Photo by AVLtoday

rEvolve Mercantile, 697 Haywood Rd.
You won’t find any fast fashion items at this store, but you will find a delightful selection of vintage and secondhand goodies with the option to buy, sell, or trade items — follow the shop’s Instagram to see new items as they arrive.

Roam Collective, 120 Coxe Ave. Unit 1C
This newly opened space offers a curated selection of high-quality secondhand garments — and be sure to top off your look with a piece of its handmade upcycled jewelry.

Sugar Britches, 31 Page Ave.
There’s plenty of eye candy in this shop’s collection of upcycled and vintage clothing — and plenty of accessories like glasses, hats, jewelry, and bags to top off your look.

The Enchanted Forest, 235 Merrimon Ave.
This resale boutique has been operating since 1997, showcasing items from high-end brands like Prada and Coach, along with outdoor brands such as Patagonia and Merrell.

Twice Round, 665 Haywood Rd.
The captivating window display clues you into the dazzling collection of vintage bags, sweaters, and accessories that await you inside — plus, you may score some designer items.

Second Gear, 99 Riverside Dr.
Shop the store’s extensive collection of men’s and women’s outdoor apparel in-store, or check out the inventory online, featuring brands like REI, Howler Bros, Patagonia, and Prana.

Wildflowers Vintage, 27 Foundy St.
Find perfectly worn-in overalls, cozy Carharrt jackets, and the vintage graphic tees of your dreams.

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