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Vintage Stores in Maine: Unique, Sustainable Treasure Troves

Photo Credit to Little Ghost Vintage

On the lookout for a special piece for your home, or accessory for your wardrobe – possibly not from this century? Maine’s vintage stores are a testament to our state’s history, creative self-expression and artistic flair. Perhaps part of the fun is in the search – hunting through objects from generations past for something that speaks to you or a loved one. And, once you find it, you’ll walk out with the knowledge that you found something truly unique, while shopping sustainably.

  • Alchemy (Biddeford): This curated vintage clothing and accessories store offers rare finds at a discount and vintage treasures. From ‘50s and ‘60s fit-and-flare dresses to ‘70s Frye boots, you can shop or rent the diverse inventory.

  • Biddeford Vintage Market (Biddeford): Discover a variety of vintage clothing, furniture and retro collectibles in this downtown Biddeford shop.

  • Haberdashery (Freeport & Portland): With two locations in Maine, this resale store has an emphasis on sustainable brands and natural fabrics, but also offers a collection of carefully curated vintage apparel.

  • Little Ghost Vintage (Portland): This well-organized vintage clothing store is known for its high-quality items and reasonable prices. There is much to discover, like ‘60s-era gunne sax dresses, vintage logo tees and more.

  • Material Objects (Portland): Offering a mix of new, vintage, consigned and locally-crafted goods for men and women alike, this store is known for its generous shoe collection and friendly staff.

  • Portland Flea for All (Portland): This spacious store is a must-visit for vintage and antique furniture, housewares and clothes. Find a statement piece for your home like midcentury furnishings and vintage prints, or an assortment of vintage clothing and accessories for your closet.

  • Red Rabbit Bazaar (Bangor): This downtown Bangor store offers a range of vintage clothing, modern apparel and accessories.

  • Seacraft Vintage (Kennebunk): This precious shop may be small in size, but big in heart. Here you’ll find a gallery of quintessentially New England goods, from salvaged maritime treasures to vintage clothing and postcards. A rotating inventory keeps things fresh and interesting.

  • UniKue and OriJinal’s (Bangor): Not your average boutique, this store offers a wide variety of vintage collectibles, apparel and memorabilia, with dependable quality for all income levels.

  • Weekend Vintage (Portland): Funky and fun-loving, this Portland arts district store may be small but leaves an impression. Pick up a bold set of bell bottoms, an ‘80s sweatshirt or a sparkling sequin dress, among many other treasures.

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