If you enjoy wearing the fashions of a time gone by, several locally-owned shops have you covered. They offer a range of pieces so that you can put together a complete look. The best places for vintage clothes near our Mission Hill apartments in Boston include:
High Energy Vintage began from humble beginnings at the SoWa Market. It became a brick-and-mortar location in 2012, and was voted "Best Vintage" by Scout Somerville seven years later. Offerings may include men's polo shirts, polka dot dresses, and leather jackets. You can also shop for classic vinyl and vintage video games. High Energy Vintage opens at noon Wednesday through Monday.
Found at the end of a footbridge, Vivant Vintage gives the "objects and apparel of the past an opportunity to live and be loved again." Co-owner Justin Pomerleau started by selling his vintage collection on the streets. He pulled a cart by tricycle and pedaled to different locations around town. Today, Justin offers an ever-changing selection, making every visit a fun treasure hunt. Vintage clothing items iclude T-shirts, flare jeans, and 1960s quilted dresses. Shop in person or explore the collection online, and your order will ship straight to your door.
Heli Labadinis' passion for fashion began when she started a magazine in Stockholm. She later opened a boutique and traveled to fashion shows in major cities around the world. Heli met her husband on a trip to the United States and now owns Vintage Taste right here in Boston. The varied selection includes dresses, men's coats, and women's Chanel jackets.
After shopping for unique vintage clothing, enjoy some tasty sliders at a nearby restaurant. If you're not yet a resident of our apartments near Northeastern University, please contact us. Our team will show you everything 95 Saint has to offer.