The Ultimate Guide to Vintage Shopping in Edinburgh

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For the classic frock:Herman Brown(Just off Lothian road and the Grassmarket)

For the showstopping fancy dress look: Armstrong's Teviot Place / Clerk Street / The Grass Market (3 different branches!)

For the one-off accessory:The Frayed HemEH1 1BS

For a modern twist:Hoochie Coochie48 Home Street (Near Tollcross)

For a unique retro vibe: Godiva Boutique EH1 2JA