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┬áMexican 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!


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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