The Patch is a high quality vintage clothing store on Yates Street, where you can find any style from any era for a pretty decent price. Depending on your era or style of choice, selection is pretty good, and they have new products arriving weekly. Of course, it’s low pricing, and perfect if you’re in the mood for a quick tag popping fix.
Stitches is a low end trendy Canadian company targeted at teenagers aged 14-16. With tons of graphic tee’s, short shorts, skeleton prints & neon – Stitches knows its demographic.
If you’ve spent some time in Victoria, you’ve probably visited Flavour at some point or another, but did you know they have an upstairs? Flavour Upstairs is like Flavour’s great aunt’s attic, full of excellent affordable vintage clothing.
Flavour is a low end locally owned shop targeted at anyone who likes vintage inspired, affordable clothing. Find lots of exposed zippers, sheer shirts and cute dresses for under $40, so you’re getting H&M prices and style at a local shop.
Decade is a sister store to Flavour and Flavour upstairs. It could be seen as the slightly more European version, and maybe the tiniest bit more pricey while still fitting in the low price category.
Reitmans is a Canadian womenswear company that has been around since 1926. They specialize in fashions for all sizes, with styles targeting working women ages 35 and up.
Garage is a low end clothing store that has been targeting carefree teens since 1975. Based out of Montreal, Garage has revamped its image from low end to low end chic.
Ardene is an accessories store that is bursting at the seems with great deals. They have 2/$15 sunglasses, 3/$10 jewelry, socks that would look cute with flats or short boots for 5/$10 and even 3/$10 tights.
Sirens has a a wide variety of clothes from peplum tops to cross ripped t-shirts, $20 fun dresses to spiked bras on clearance for under $10.