Space, amazing lighting features, suitcases and a vintage bike certainly can't be overlooked in the latest vintage shop in Glasgow's West End. The Glasgow Vintage Co is giving the title "just another vintage shop" a right old beating with this one-of-a-kind, two floored vintage heaven.
Children, women and men are all fashionably catered for in spacious, authentically rustic surroundings. From the owners of the popular West End vintage store Watermelon, The Glasgow Vintage Co really does have that special sparkle.
From furs to sequins, Barbours to Harringtons; Shop owner Gavin O'Brien and his wife Mari sure know the tastes of Glasgow's in crowd inside out. The shop enjoys the luxury of being a stone's throw away from Kelvinbridge Underground with a window display to ensure it stands out from the rest.
Dressed head to toe in 'melon inspired clobber, co-owner Gavin tells us: "There was a space in the West End for us. We started looking for a place about four months ago, and we really have opened in a fantastic location. We have some very good sources for filling the shop with our vintage offerings."
With fur coats for the wee ones and a floor dedicated to the girls, then the guys, The Glasgow Vintage Co is a quirky and different take on vintage shopping in Glasgow.
If you like authentic and enjoy ironic surroundings, then The Glasgow Vintage Co is ready to open its closet to you and is sure to be one of the best and most original vintage hunting grounds around.
The Glasgow Vintage Co. 453 Great Western Road,Glasgow.G12 8HH 0141 338 6633 Opening hours:Mon-Thurs 11-5:30. Fri- Sat 11-6. Sun 12-5
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