I met Liz at the Sustainable Fashion Forum. With her passion for exploring sustainable solutions in fashion, paired with her recent move to Baltimore, we both knew she would be the perfect person to give us the details on the best thrift stores in Baltimore. And see her monthly-ish newsletter called Liz Likes featuring her favorite finds, fashion, and more here. I moved to Baltimore from Ann Arbor, Michigan, 1 year ago. Secondly, there is a strong vintage scene here: clothes, furniture, memorabilia.
Best Consignment, Vintage, Antique and Resale Stores in Maryland
The Best Vintage Stores and Thrift Stores in Baltimore | TF
They are passionate about the one-off, the gently loved, and the amazingly well-made treasure. Their mission is to delight their customers and fans, lovingly referred to as "Wishboners. By hosting an ever changing array of interesting antiques and collectibles, their team ensures the joy, comfort, and style that only great vintage home goods can provide. Everything is fairly priced, they have a variety of trendy pieces ex: mid century mixed in with other items. If you're in the city, I absolutely recommend.
The Best Vintage Stores and Thrift Stores in Baltimore
Consignment, Vintage, Antique and Resale Shops. Maryland Antique Shops. On the Avenue in Hampden. Vintage Posters, Prints, Custom Framing.
The material on this site may not be reproduced, distributed, transmitted, cached, or otherwise used, except with the prior written permission of Baltimore Magazine. Great for: Funky finds for you or a friend. Details: This row-house boutique on The Avenue has a mix of vintage, new apparel, and reworked vintage with pieces by local artists. The curated racks of affordable vintage goods for girls and guys are hip and funky, yet totally wearable. Great for: Saving on designer pieces.