Oldies but Goodies
Whether you're looking for a one-of-a-kind gift, antique furniture, a vintage item for your wardrobe or a new record to add to your collection, this guide has it all for lovers of the classics.
Located on Greenville Avenue, Buffalo Exchange is a trendy and affordable consignment store where you can find all the latest and vintage styles. You can also sell your like-new clothes and shoes here for cash or store credit.
Travel back in time at Dolly Python Vintage in Old East Dallas for timeless styles from the 40s to 80s. The store features more than 30 antique dealers and consignors with a large collection of vintage boots, antique jewelry, vinyl records, quirky art and more. Stop by Friday through Sunday and get a Tarot card reading after you shop around.
If you want high-end, this North Henderson Avenue boutique offers designer and vintage women’s fashion from various time periods. From Victorian to the 20th century, Vintage Martini has something for all the true fans of classic styles.
With two locations in the Design District and Oak Cliff, Lula B’s is a shopping mall loaded with unique finds. Whether you are looking for vintage clothing, antique furniture, art or collectibles, Lula B’s is a great place to find classic second-hand items.
If you’re up for the hunt and looking to stretch your dollar, Vagabond Vintage in the Design District should be your go-to. Here you’ll find vintage t-shirts, dresses and accessories for a fraction of the price.
For everything weird and wonderful, get off Abrams Parkway and visit Curiosities. Step inside this antique mall and find things you never thought you needed. You’ll discover art, décor, memorabilia, garden accessories and more!
Those with a rugged side should head to DFW M’Antiques in the Bishop Arts District. Enjoy a beer while you browse affordable industrial antiques, old advertisements, vintage cameras and much more.
This long-running shop in the Design District offers a wide array of collectibles handpicked from European flea markets. If you’re looking to repurpose or even customize an antique, Uncommon Market has a full metal fabrication shop, woodworking shop and custom painting to give just what you want.
More than 200 antique dealers showcase their wares at this large antique mall in North Dallas. From French and English furniture to fine domestic antiques and jewelry, Forestwood Antique Mall has an impressive collection. And if you need a break from shopping, their Garden Tea Room serves lunch specials and desserts made from scratch daily.
Head to Cedars/Southside to Bill’s Record Store for old-school records and unique finds. You can also attend the occasional intimate concert held on their small, intimate stage.
Music lovers will adore Off the Record in Deep Ellum. It’s the only place in town where you can pick up a vinyl record, grab a beer and jam out to DJs every day of the week. The record store and bar stays open until 2 a.m. so you know it’s a party every day.
Stop by Good Records on Lower Greenville for new and used records, CDs, DVDs, turntables, posters and more. You can also catch live performances on occasion and enjoy a free beer while you shop.
Check out Spinster Records in Oak Cliff to expand your record collection. This is a music lovers paradise where you can find new and vintage vinyl records, turntables and other audio hardware, along with apparel and other special items hand-picked by the staff. Spinster also hosts live performances, book signings and music industry panels every week.
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