Shopping Vintage in Pittsburgh

Looking for a closet refresh? Whether your goal is to engage in sustainable shopping, save some money, or show off your own unique flair, these Pittsburgh-based vintage shops have you covered.

Shopping Vintage in Pittsburgh

Eons Fashion Antique 

5850 Ellsworth Ave, Shadyside 

This Shadyside-based store has been a fixture of the Pittsburgh vintage community for decades, with high-quality vintage clothing, accessories, jewelry, and costumes from almost every era. Make sure to look up: you don’t want to miss the signed Broadway prints, retro art prints, and celebrity photos. 

Highway Robbery 

2012 East Carson St, South Side  

Walking into Highway Robbery feels like walking into your cool aunt’s closet—from 90’s-inspired accessories to kitschy graphic tees, this shop curates the feeling of classic coolness. With racks and racks of vintage treasures, Highway Robbery has something from whatever your favorite decade might be. 

Hey Betty 

5890 Ellsworth Ave, Shadyside  

This shop is the definition of high-class vintage. The selection is carefully sourced to allow only the finest classic clothing and accessories, filling every inch of wall space from floor to ceiling. From cowboy boots to fur stoles to menswear, you are bound to find just the right piece. 

Kula Industries 

4124 Main St, Garfield 

This store is inspired by owner Meridith’s upbringing in Honolulu and decades of experience in the fashion industry. It has a perfect selection of clothing, shoes, accessories, and more. With the mission of working against fast fashion, Meridith also has many reworked pieces, as well as local goods from local producers. 

Three Rivers Vintage 

1716 East Carson St, South Side  

This shop is a quality purveyor of fabulous and hard-to-find vintage offerings for everyone, dating all the way from the 1860s through the 1980s. Be sure to stop and look at their dynamic and always-changing window display! 

Story by Lindsay Herring / Photography by Dave Bryce 

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