$$$ Price guide: getting pricey
The brightly coloured walls of this vintage store are lined with racks of quality secondhand clothing – beautiful blouses, stunning skirts, delightful dresses and much more – it may be small but Harry Wragg sure packs a punch! The collection of unique articles has been carefully selected with a wide variety of styles, sizes and colours on display. There are some fantastic accessories (both vintage and new), notably a bright yellow glomesh bag in the window display. There is also a sale section at the rear for those in search of a bargain.
Tucked away inside the Nicholas Building, the convenient location makes this store ideal for popping in next time you’re in the city – which I would highly recommend doing. If Fitzroy is more you scene, Harry Wragg have another store located at 201 Brunswick Street, Fitzroy Melbourne 3065. The decor at Harry Wragg certainly isn’t lacking in enthusiasm… some may find the black and yellow interior when combined with Kayne West (who was playing when I visited) all a bit over whelming – while others may love the energy! The prices at Harry Wragg are towards the more expensive end of the spectrum but I guess that’s what you would expect in a store such as this.
For those who are interested, the Harry Wragg Warehouse in Brunswick is opening its doors to the public next weekend – 28/29 April 2012. You can find it at 18-20 Moreland Road, Brunswick. Enjoy!!
Shop 7/8 Cathedral Arcade, 37 Swanston Street (Corner Flinders Lane), Melbourne 3000
03 9650 0095
Monday – Thursday: 10am -6pm
Friday: 10am – 7pm
Saturday: 10:30am – 6pm
Sunday: 11am – 5pm