This shop is really affordable compared to other vintage store in Berlin. You have so many choices of colors and pattern, the cotton T-shirts from the 80s are amazing.
You can also enjoy the banana deco and the kindness of the owners.
This shop has something for anyone. I can't recommend it enough. Floral dresses, retro college jumpers, patterned leggings, suit jackets and jeans, jeans, jeans! As someone who hadn't bought good-fitting jeans since the age of about 15 (I'm 18 now) I was over the moon to find a pair of perfectly fitting LEVI jeans for just seven euros.
Their interesting method of pricing is to charge per the kilo on much of their stock. Once you've selected what you want you take it to the cashier, she'll weigh it all and she'll charge you 14 euros per kilo. (happy hour is 11.00 - 1.00 on Wednesdays and the price goes down to 10 euros per kilo.)
Individually priced items are normally reasonable if not a bargain. Me and my sister spent a good couple of hours in there and it wasn't because we were trying to find something - it was because we were spoilt for choice and only had limited luggage space! But nothing is the same, several dresses appeared to have been handmade - but very well.
There were sections for men and woman, as well as accessories and shoes.
I'd recommend putting aside an afternoon to go there to give you the chance to properly root through all the racks and to try garments on so that you can appreciate it and inevitably find that great piece you're looking for.
I found this link with all the details on: www.spottedbylocals.com/berlin/garage-second-hand/
Ahornstraße 2, Schöneberg, +49302112760
Google map: bit.ly/a0XshT
When you are in Berlin, make sure to stop by Uta Geyer’s vintage eyewear shop 'Lunettes'. She has the most amazing range of never-worn designer vintage eyewear! She stocks it all: from extreme 80s retro nerdy specs, original ray-ban wayfarers to classic 60s Dior sunnies, etc. The customer service is spot-on, Uta and her girls know exactly which fashion trend suits you best.
Take any train/tram/bus to Alexanderplatz - from there take the m4 to Hufelandstrasse and simply walk up the Marienburger street!
Inhaberin Uta Geyer M.A.
Marienburger Straße 11
10405 Berlin, Germany
Telefon 030 - 34 08 27 89
In Berlin Kreuzberg you’ll find a great vintage shopping place. Imagine you pay per kilo, take your time at the 'Modemarkt Freestyle' and find something bizarre, something unique, something trendy, something from the 80s, something typically German. Very big space, I got crazy for two hours and left exhausted but glad.
10961 Berlin (Friedrichshain-Kreuzberg / Kreuzberg)
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