In Jerusalem

Style Capital

Vintage boutiques in the capital are not only ‘in,’ but treasure troves as Purim approaches.

Vintage store
Secondhand shopping in Jerusalem was once the realm of people who couldn’t afford to buy clothes in “regular” stores. Over the past few years, however, the city has become home to a wide array of secondhand and vintage clothing stores, catering to an ever-growing crowd of fashion-lovers and those in search of a bargain buy. In addition, with Purim coming up, these shops can be handy for finding attractive, low-cost costume components.

Here is a short guide to some of the city’s more prominent secondhand stores, which range from highend to bottom-price, satisfying all tastes and budgets.

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