It is actually Albert's Flea Market which is located near the Heiniken Brewery. You can find any and everything at this Market. It is located in one of the trendy parts of Amsterdam. Being from New York City, I would equate it to the Lower East Side.
There is also a lot of good Vintage Shopping in Amsterdam too...One store that I would highly recommend is "Lady Day", which is located in Hartenstraat 9. I copped a Burberry Blazer for 45 Euro, so that gives you an idea the kind of goodies you will find..:-)
What to buy: Vintage, Vintage, Vintage
What to pay: You could spend about 100 euro and find a lot of nice pieces.
H & M is a a very known clothing shops in Amsterdam.
the prices there is very good and cheap,I've bought clothes for 400 euros while I was there and I am enjoying them too much
They have many branches but the one in Damrak is very good one.
What to buy: Men Clothing
What to pay: price is on the ticket
Perfect place if you're looking for a carnival costume (lol !) or more seriously, if you like clothes from the 60's/70's or if you want to be sure that nobody else wears the same as you. You can find very nice and original things there.
The first time my friend Sarah and I went to Zipper, we had so much fun trying on almost every piece of clothing they had ! Don't you think these particular outfits fit like a glove ? ;-))
But this is not the only interesting shop in the Nieuwe Hoogstraat. There are other second-hand shops like this one but also shops with more modern stuffs (like Camouflage). But they all have originality in common.
What to pay: From 20 euros to ...
This shop is a one we loved my friend Bridget and I. It has a lot of second hand clothes of different tendencies... most of the time from the seventies :-)) I bought there a flashy yellow sixties-like dress.
A great shop for people who like to be noticed!!!
What to buy: Excentric old/kitsch colorful clothes!
What to pay: about 20 euros
Harley World is the Harley Davidson dealer in Amsterdam. I've always got a couple friends asking for HD dealer tshirts whenever I travel. It's not always easy to find one, but I located the Amsterdam shop and had the time to make the trip via Metro and walking.
What to buy: Well you could always buy a Harley while in town, but I suspect you're just looking for a tshirt or two. They have a large selection to choose from, and not all of them are in basic black (although it's still the most popular color).
What to pay: The Harley will cost you at least 10,000 Euro's (and this for a Sportster 883).
The T-shirts, 30 Euro's - still outlandishly expensive. go ahead and bite the bullet, you're friend deserves it.
For people from USA who dont know what H&M store is well. It is the best store. I shopped in one in Germany but they have them in Amsterdam some in the US but not in texas. I really didnt find anything over $20 nice shirts for $10-15 so
if you want to shop and save $$ go there.
Very small cosy shop with all kinds of colorfull bags. Looks like a boutique from the 70's.
What to buy: Clothing, souvenirs
What to pay: 40 euro
Miss jones and Juffrouw Jansen are the English and Dutch version of this trendy cloth shop.
Mo: 1PM - 6PM
Tu-Sa: 11AM - 6PM
Su: Noon - 6PM
What to buy: Clothes
Moriaan is a shop specializing in women clothing.
It's located in the heart of the Jordaan city quarter.
all the shops are very big and very trendy
you can find everything
from classic to fetish clothes
What to buy: jackets deffenetly jackets
its very cheap and thers a large selection
What to pay: it is not so expensive
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