Santa Fe Vintage Shopping Guide

santa fe vintage shopping guide

When Alan told me he was taking me to Santa Fe for a birthday giveaway, there were two things I thought of immediately: green chile and vintage shopping. Of course I was excited to visit this beautiful city and soak in the culture and history, but I’m a girl who loves her food and her thrifting. I’ll be putting together a Santa Fe Travel Guide later this week, but today it’s all about my Santa Fe Vintage Shopping Guide. These are all places I visited, shopped, and seriously analyzed so I could share my favorites with you. I was able to hit up all of these shops on a Saturday afternoon and didn’t feel overwhelmed at all. All of the shop owners and employees are helpful and fun so it makes shopping a great experience. I would definitely plan out the itinerary so that you can swing by Counter Culture for lunch or an afternoon coffee.

Santa Fe Vintage Shopping Guide

Double Take

321 S Guadalupe St, Santa Fe, NM (open Mon-Sat, 10am – 6pm)

Double Take goes on and on and on. You’ll think you have the entire store covered and then you’ll find another room filled with vintage goodness. I scored a lot of pieces here all under $20.

Santa Fe Vintage Outpost

202 E. Palace Ave, Santa Fe, NM (open Thurs-Sun, 1pm – 7pm)

Here you’ll find Mexican peasant dresses, wool blankets, denim, and Southwest antiques. This shop is expertly curated and similar to vintage shops you’ll find in Los Angeles.

Look What the Cat Dragged In 2

541 W Cordova Rd, Santa Fe, NM (open Mon-Sat, 10am – 6pm and Sun 11am – 5pm)

This is similar to a thrift store, but there are designer gems to be found. Alan found a vintage Christian Dior trench coat with wool lining for under $40. Plus, all proceeds benefit the Santa Fe Animal Shelter. I loved the selection in the home decor section and would have sent about half the inventory to LA if I could!

Art.I.Fact

930 Baca St, Ste C, Santa Fe, NM (open Mon-Sat, 10am – 6pm and Sun 12pm – 4pm)

Filled to the brim with dresses, sweaters, and boots, this is a great consignment shop with great pieces. It’s also located right next door to Counter Culture, which is a must when in Santa Fe.

The Beat Goes on

333 Montezuma Ave, Santa Fe, NM (open Mon-Sat, 10:30am – 5:00pm)

This is another consignment shop that you should check out. Although the inventory is a bit more mature than other shops, you can still find some contemporary pieces like Isabel Marant for under $50.

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