Out of town
On 11, Feb 2013 | No Comments | In $$$, 3, Accessories, Bags, Belts, Bikes, Books, Cameras, Clothing, Electrical, Furniture, Geelong, Hats, Homewares, Indoor, Jewellery, Massive, Men's, Musical, No Frills, Out of town, Outdoor/Garden, Shoes, Sports, Sunglasses/frames, Ties, Wallets/purses, Women's | By Rosie
I had driven past The Mill Market in Newcomb many times, for those of you who frequent the Bellarine peninsula you have most likely spotted the massive orange barn on the outskirts of Geelong. It was only recently that I found time to pop in and rummage through what can only be described as a secondhand megastore. The two levels of The Mill are brimming with goodies including retro speaker systems, homewares, kitchen cabinets, records, chairs, books, baskets, fishing rods, ladders, clothing, bikes, lamps, shoes, basins, rollerskates, chairs, fans, birdcages… You can even find giant plastic ice-creams in this place!
You will find the St George’s Parish Bargain Op Shop amongst the hustle and bustle of Racecourse Rd in Flemington. Behind the lovely Victorian facade you will find a miscellany of goods including books, clothing, children’s wear, furniture, homewares, linen, baskets, VHS, records, belts, ties, hats, wallets, shoes, games – even a backgammon set. This store is not for profit and the prices are very affordable so you can go nuts and not burn too large a hole in your pocket!
Yeehaaa!! If you’re in the market for a pair of cowboy boots look no further! Vintage Sole stocks a great range of both men’s and women’s boots. The collection is not exclusively cowboy boots in fact I picked up a lovely pair of red leather shoes (see below). In store you will also find a small array of jackets, shirts, dresses, skirts, bags and belts.
On 15, Oct 2012 | No Comments | In $$, 3, Bags, Belts, Books, Clothing, Electrical, Homewares, Jewellery, Medium, Men's, Musical, No Frills, North Melbourne, Shoes, Sunglasses/frames, Ties, Wallets/purses, Women's | By Rosie
As you make your way down Queensberry Street keep your eyes peeled for the blue awning that adorns the entry to Community First Op Shop. Inside you will find a strange melange of secondhand goods including clothing, shoes, records, books, VHS, lamps, mannequins, vases, homeswares, jewellery, suitcases and bags. Amongst the chaos there were a number of stand out items – a beautifully crafted 1930s golf club, baby blue typewriter, metal chests, scales and a number of world weary suitcases.
Just next to Fitzroy icon, The Veggie Bar, you will find this unassuming little vintage store. Given its location on prominent Brunswick Street the stock in Sheila Vintage is surprisingly affordable. Inside you will find a collection of men’s and women’s attire – lots of great dresses and blouses for the girls and rad retro t-shirts for the guys. Also in store is a concise but lovely collection of leather belts, shoes, bags, jewellery, ties, shoes (note the cowboy boots).