Some people believe that they can’t shop high-quality items at thrift shops. They should think again. The thrift market is more than ever booming and grows also with a high-end market target. Thrift shopping is nowadays seen as a more ethical option, even if conventional brands in standard materials are showcased. Nonetheless. one fact is true: while shopping, consumers avoid that apparel end up in the landfill. On top, some thrift shops support local charities.
Second-hand and thrift shops worldwide are often seen as dust-covered and too vintage flavored. Brussels Vetu (menswear) and Vetue (womenswear) aren’t and happen to a perfect example of non-dust-covered second-hand retail spots located in the most fashionable district of Belgium’s capital city: Downtown Dansaert.
Walk Rue Leon Lepage street and drop by at civic 5 (for womenswear) or 12 (for menswear). Vetu and Vetue are fashionable retail shops, set with a minimal visual merchandising style and stocking greatest designer pieces (often worn once or being catwalk pieces) with premium craftwork. Great wardrobe pieces of local Belgian designers, including Dries van Noten, are stored here.