A Guide to Vintage + Thrift Stores in Hudson County

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It’s sustainable, cost-effective, and just straight-up trendy. It’s vintage! If you’re eyeing items like antique home decor, 80’s band tees, or previously loved luxury purses, versus the newest trends as seen on TikTok (probably via Gen Z), this article is for you. The vintage scene in Hudson County is thriving, and we’ve rounded up the top spots to go-to for high-quality, pre-loved apparel, accessories, furniture, home goods, glassware, art, and more. Read on for a comprehensive guide to vintage + thrift stores in Hoboken + Jersey City.

Home Goods 

Archive JC | Online/Jersey City 

Instagram: @archive_jc

Archive JC

This local vintage seller specializes in reclaimed home fashion. Its Instagram page shares new finds of pre-loved vintage home decor, furniture, and art for purchase every other Sunday at noon. 

Buy Shabby Chic | Online/Pops-up /Jersey City

Instagram: @buyshabbychic

Buy Shabby Chic

Buy Shabby Chic sells farmhouse-inspired, vintage home goods. The shop sells on its website and delivers throughout Jersey City. 

Casa Clasen | Online/Pop-ups/Jersey City 

Instagram: @casaclasen

Casa Clasen

Casa Clasen finds the most unique furniture pieces and sells them via Instagram, offering delivery throughout JC. Casa Clasen also frequently sells its finds at Kanibal & Co. 

Curate Defined | Online/Pop-ups/Jersey City 

Instagram: @curatedefined

Curate Defined

Curate Defined was started by two friends with a flair for gorgeous vintage home goods. Lauren and Alexis source items like vintage glassware, art, candlesticks, brass trays, teapots, serving dishes, and more. The style is classic, timeless, and hard not to love. 

Lanoba Design | 345 18th Street, Jersey City

Instagram: @lanobadesign

Lanoba Design

When you stumble upon Lanoba Design, you may end up wanting to re-furnish your entire home. This massive warehouse sells vintage, Danish 50’s Mid-Century furniture. 

Sure Things Fintage | Online/Pop-ups/Jersey City

Instagram: @surethingsfintage

Sure Things Fintage

Fans of Downtowner Sandwich Shop might recognize Sure Things Fintage from the recent Saturday pop-ups. Or, maybe you know Marinell Montales, the incredibly talented yoga instructor and creative behind the vintage ‘gram. Either way, you should definitely check out Sure Things Fintage and all of the beautiful home goods Marinell curates. 

Read More: Where to Buy Children’s Clothing + Accessories in Hoboken +

Jersey City

Vintage Crush | Online/Weehawken

Instagram: @vintage_crushnj

Vintage Crush

Vintage Crush is the IG page to browse when you’re looking for iconic mid-century and 80s-retro pieces that will instantly elevate your home’s aesthetic. From side tables to epic art, this account has it all.

Vintage Furnish | Online/Weehawken

Instagram: @vintagefurnish

Vintage Furnish

This Weehawken-based, Instagram-only furniture shop finds the coolest, modern, pre-loved pieces. 

Shoptainable | Online/West New York

Instagram: @shoptainable

Shoptainable

This Latina-owned digital boutique can frequently be found at The Hive Goods shop in Jersey City. The founder behind the shop curates sustainable and women-owned finds for purchase, including but not limited to jewelry and home goods. 

Apparel + Accessories 

Archives 007 | 7006 Park Avenue, Gutenberg 

Instagram: @archives007

Archives 007

This unique shop is Gutenberg-based and sells vintage fashion and accessories. Much of the styles are bold and bright. The Instagram page is full of retro inspiration. 

Allybird Vintage | 408 6th Street, Hoboken

Instagram: @allybirdvintage

ally bird vintage hoboken

Alessandra, the vintage expert behind Allybird, curates ready-to-wear, pre-loved looks available for purchase at her own location in Hoboken, her Jersey City warehouse by appointment, as well as a small selection at a Brooklyn-based vintage collective (@sevenwonders_collective).

Another Man’s Treasure | 195 Montgomery Street, Jersey City

Instagram: @amtvintage

another mans treasure

AMT is one of the most beloved vintage shops in the greater Hudson County area. True vintage lovers will really appreciate the range of brands and types of pre-loved options available. When you enter, your eyes are drawn throughout the shop – the colors and variety are all so exciting!  The selection includes everything from vintage t-shirts and sweatshirts to evening gowns and workwear to cowboy boots to old records to jewelry.

Calentado Left | Online/Jersey City  

Instagram: @calentadoleft

Calentado Left

This Instagram-only, Latinx-owned, LGBTQ+ proud business sells sustainable fashion and second-hand goodies reworked and recolored, all custom. 

Double Team Vintage | Online/Jersey City 

Instagram: @doubleteamvintage

Double Team Vintage

Double Team Vintage is curated by two friends in Jersey City, one of which is local influencer Denny Balmaceda (@denny623). The shop specializes in old-school tees, hats, jackets, and more. You can shop via Instagram and website.  

Farewell Exchange | Online/Jersey City

Instagram: @farewellexchange

Farewell Exchange

Tonette, the founder behind Farewell Exchange, started a simple, successful secondhand shop based on Instagram.  Recently, Tonette transitioned her business model into something even more interesting and unique. Farewell Exchange was built on a mission to extend the lifespan of recycled fashion. Similar to Thred Up, you can request a donation bag from Farewell Exchange or shop the site for secondhand fashion. 

Find & Revive | Online/Pop-ups/Jersey City)

Instagram: @findandrevive

Find & Revive

If you’re a fashion queen that loves sourcing sustainable looks, this is the shop for you. Find & Revive sells pre-loved clothing via Instagram or Depop. 

Grino Vintage | Online/Pop-ups/Hoboken

Instagram: @grinovintage

grino vintage hoboken

This shop specializes in vintage glasses! From everyday frames to hip shades, Grino’s got it all. 

Mint Market | 303 1st Street, Hoboken + 339 Grove Street, Jersey City 

Instagram: @mintmarket

mint market jersey city reopen

If you’re just getting into the vintage shopping game locally, you likely know all about Mint Market. This secondhand store has two locations, one in Hoboken and one in Jersey City, that sell everything from accessories to shoes to apparel. 

Porch Finds | Online/Pop-ups/Hoboken

Instagram: @porchfinds 

Porch Finds

The name of this shop reveals a bit about who and what the shop is. Porch Finds finds handpicked, sustainable finds and sells them on Depop. 

Plus Thrift JC | Online/Jersey City

Instagram: @plusthriftjc

Plus Thrift JC

We recently did a feature on this newer, Instagram-based secondhand shop. PlusThriftJC is an affordable, safe, secondhand space for women who don’t fit into skinny, little sizes and want to shop without limitations. 

Revival Thrift | Online/Pop-ups/Jersey City

Instagram: @revivalthrift_

Revival Thrift

Revival Thrift is more than just a local thrifting page on Instagram. The unique vintage finds that this seller offers all have a personal, revived touch to them. Whether it’s reworking an old top into something more fashionable or upscaling an accessory, Revival Thrift is a pro. 

Revival Vintage Boutique | 86 Park Avenue, Hoboken

Instagram: @revivalvintageb

Revival Vintage

This storefront sells all things vintage – clothing, records, art, etc. If you aren’t in the Hoboken area, you can shop on the Etsy site, too. 

Saturnine Vintage | Online/ Jersey City 

Instagram: @saturninevintage

Saturnine Vintage

If retro vibes and exciting patterns are your things, you must follow Saturnine Vintage on Instagram. This local mom hunts and gathers the most unique pieces around town, from funky skirts to graphic tees. 

The Hoboken Flea | Online/Hoboken

Instagram: @thehobokenflea

Hoboken Flea

The Hoboken Flea is a collaborative sustainable collective shop. The pop-up posted in January that it was closed for the season, but plans to pop back up again soon. Keep an eye on the Instagram page for updates. 

See More: A Guide to the Unique Boutiques in Hoboken + Jersey City

Trips to the Thrift | Online/Jersey City

Instagram: @tripstothethrift

Trips to the Thrift

Trips to the Thrift specializes in awesome, old-school vintage t-shirts and sweatshirts. The types of shirts sold here have art and range from Pokemon to beer brands to your favorite sports team.

Vintage on First | 257 1st Street, Hoboken

Instagram: @vintageonfirst

vintage on 1st

A cult favorite for Hobokenites, this vintage shop is known for its Instagram drops, a diverse array of clothing, and impressive local collection. 

VNTG Shop | 102 Harrison Avenue, Harrison

Instagram: @vntg.shop

VNTG Shop

VNTG Shop is a very popular storefront out of Harrison that has gained a large following on Instagram. There’s an impressive array of secondhand streetwear for both men and women.

Xtina’s Variety & Vintage Shop at the Hive Goods | 77 Cornelison Avenue, Jersey City 

Instagram: @xtina_moore

Xtina’s Variety & Vintage

Christina is a community leader in the local vintage crowd. Beyond promoting her own vintage goodies, she is a fierce advocate for shopping vintage and sustainability. The Hive Goods hosts frequent pop-up events that highlight dozens of local vintage vendors. 

Zero Kids | 317 2nd Street, Jersey City 

Instagram: @zerokid_nj

Zero Kids

This Jersey City vintage store has a retail location and offers sustainable streetwear on Depop, too. If you’re looking for sick, secondhand sneakers at cost, Zero Kid is the place to go. 

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Nicole is a born and bred Jersey girl. Originally from Bergen County, she's called Jersey City home since 2016. After years of working in NYC at marketing agencies for big brands, her entrepreneurial spirit led her to turn her side hustle {supporting local businesses as a writer and social media strategist} into her day job. An all-around champion for small businesses, Nicole loves to shop, eat, drink, and share all things local to New Jersey on her Instagram page, @heynicoleraye. When she isn't curating content or networking, she can be found exploring NJ neighborhoods with her college sweetheart, whipping up a home-cooked meal, planning a get-together for her friends, redecorating her apartment, rooting for her favorite teams (go NJ Devils!), or plotting her next adventure.