Style isn’t only about wearing the latest season fashion. Wearing vintage clothes or accessories gives your outfit a cool touch that makes it unique and much more personal. And it’s good for your wallet too! Check out our favourite spots for vintage and thrifting fun in both Malta and Gozo and who knows… maybe we’ll bump into each other 😉

 

The Charity Shop

A tiny place full of hidden gems. This place has a great selection of checked shirts, leather goods and funky outerwear. Take your time to look through the mountains of clothes to find the goodies!

Address: Turn right exiting the Junior College gate and walk all the way to the corner of the fence to see this spot across the street.

 

Happy Paws

Huge space full of antiques, clothes, shoes and accessories. I always seem to come across vintage Adidas pieces when I visit this place. They also have a lot of shoes!

Address: Across the street from LIDL in Santa Venera.

 

Paws 4 A Cause

Similar to the previous entry is its cousin spot in Sliema. This place always seems to have more shirts and blazers than its Santa Venera counterpart.

Address: Down the street from St. James Hospital in Sliema.

 

Sunday car boots

A perfect Sunday morning date for me usually consists of thrifting around these bazaars. You’d be surprised how many incredible pieces I found here, namely shirts, jackets and sunglasses.

Address: Every other Sunday either at Victoria’s car park (behind Duke’s) or at Marsalforn’s car park.

 

Villa rundle bazaar

Hands down the best place for vintage goods in both Malta and Gozo. This place is huge and the amount of goodness found in this gloomy garage is off the charts. I visit every week cos it’s very easy to miss treasures there and new goods come in daily.

Address: In a huge garage in the street adjacent to Villa Rundle (street facing 6th form).

 

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THOUGHTS?
  • Maressa Zahra

    Hi Daniel, great post! is the Villa Rundle bazaar still open? Do you know its opening hours? Tks