In the THIS (The Hague Info Store) the employees work with passion and pleasure to be of service to you and to make your visit and stay in The Hague a perfect one. Here are a few personal tips from tourist expert Julie Spoor in the field of vintage shopping.
The Hague is a city with awareness of the circular economy with many places or shops where you’ll find unique pieces, nostalgic in nature or just beautiful. If you like the hunt for that one unique piece, consider visiting one of these shops.
Second Hand Rose
Here you will find lovely clothes and outfits, stylish and fashionable. This shop sells clothes from prominent brands like Burberry, Dolce & Gabbana, Chanel and Gucci and they always render good advice. You will stand a good chance finding that special gown. Hats worn on Budget Day are in good demand. > Mauritskade 71
Cas sells nice and unique vintage stuff that he wants to give a new lease of life. Here you’ll find affordable furniture, lamps, household articles and decorations. Every article is special and carefully selected for sale. Caution, you may become greedy. > Vondelstraat 96.
Iika Vintage & Secondhand
In the Archipel neighbourhood, you’ll find this surprising and fashionable shop. The clothes on offer are carefully selected and there is a special section for more up-market brands. You’ll certainly find something to your taste in this colourful shop. > Sumatrastraat 160.
Schroeder is more than a shop. They render people accountable as well as give goods a second chance focusing on employment and sustainability. In the Zeeheldenkwartier neighbourhood you will find two of their creative venues. For virtually nothing there is something for everyone. > Piet Heinstraat 25 and 69.
Thriftshop: books, clothes, furniture, electronics and bric-a-brac. Emmaus is located in a very old large authentic house in the city center. More than second hand; Emmaus gives value back to things but also to its people. > Prinsegracht 36
These tips are selected for you by The Hague Info Store : Julie Spoor