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Vintage shopping at Oderberger Straße

Oderbergerstr. Lexpander Oderberger Straße Vintage shopping

Berlin Berlin Berlin! Definitely on top my the list of favorite cities! Wandering the street, visit the späti’s and feeling the vibes in and around the city is what made me fall in love with this beautiful creating. Every block you turn you will find some new hotspots, shops or art exhibitions which you’ll fall in love with immediately. Just like the lovely street in Prenzlauer Berg, Oderberger straße, which features some cute restaurants, shops, stores and my favorite vintage stores.

While visiting Berlin I was staying at the Oderberger hotel, which is also located at Oderberger Straße in Prenzlauer Berg. So we were walking past these vintage stores on a daily basis; when visiting Mauerpark for example. Like I said before, the vibes in the city are just amazing and I can relate to them so much. Oderberger straße, its shops, cafe’s, boutiques and more are just an extension of the lovely vibes within the street already. Althought the street doesn’t seem to have a lot of street art, another thing I love so much in Berlin, the houses and decoration will make you feel like home.

Vintage shops at Oderberger Straße

Paul’s Boutique

Oderberger Str. 47, 10435 Berlin, Duitsland

Probably one of the widest known vintage stores in Oderberger straße and definitely my favorite. Every time I visit Berlin I go here to score a pair of vintage Dr Martens and to hunt some unique vintage pieces. Wether you look like a hobo are you just walked from the runway in Paris, Paul’s Boutique has something for everybody. Shoes, accessories, bumbags/vannypacks, shirts, coats, jackets and much more is what they sell. Make sure to visit them twice because their wardrobe changes super quickly.

Paul's Boutique Oderberger Straße Vintage shoppingPaul's Boutique

Goo

Oderberger Str. 45, 10435 Berlin, Duitsland

Paul’s Boutique has a little sister that is located next to the boutique with he name Goo. The shop only sells used designer brands, which makes every piece in the shop quite unique. Because the prices are quite high (for my personal wallet) the shops isn’t really crowded and gives you an easy going vibe. With pieces from Acne, APC, Miu Miu, Chanel, McQueen, YSL, Marc Jacobs, Comme Des Garcons Goo is a unique shop to find your perfect vintage designer clothing.

Goo Oderberger Straße Vintage shoppingGoo

VEB Orange

Oderbergerstr. 29 Berlin · 10435 Germany 

Not you typical vintage store, but definitely worth a visit if you are there. Most of the vintage stores located there sell clothing, shoes and accessories from either expensive brands or unique finds. VEB Orange is taking on a different game and has a variety of products orange hairdryers to plastic egg cups and retro lamp shades with floral patterns. VEB Orange sells original home goods, accessories and apparel from 1960s and 70s East Germany. Some pieces sold within this store aren’t really wallet friendly, but fortunately most of it is.

Loretta

Oderberger Straße 35 · 10435 Berlin

A small vintage boutique ran by woman at the end of Oderberger straße. Although the store isn’t really big, their wardrobe features some amazing designer pieces next to their other clothing. Unfortunately this store only sells women clothing but that didn’t hold me back from strolling inside.

 

Mauerpark flea market

Mauerpark, Bernauer Str. 63-64 · 13355 Berlin

At the end of Oderberger Straße you’ll find Mauerpark; which means Park of the Wall. Every Sunday private sellers with toys, vinyls, clothes, musical instruments, bicycles and much much much more come together between 09:00 and 18:00 at Mauerpark. Next to the numerous private sellers the area is also features some cosy cafes, falafel places, and döner restaurants. If you are looking for a vintage stroll with park vibes, this is definitely your place to go!

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