Your Guide to Fayetteville's Best Vintage and Secondhand Shops
Cheap Thrills Vintage and Thrift Store

Buying used isn’t just more eco-friendly than buying new (although it certainly is) — it’s also a great way to source unique items you can’t find anywhere else. The best thrift stores in Fayetteville contain all sorts of treasures, from eclectic home decor to classic fashion staples for any style. If you’re looking to spice up your closet or home, you’re bound to nab one-of-a-kind vintage finds at the shops on this list.

Grey Dog

824 N College Ave.

What began as a tiny shop in an Airstream trailer in 2010 has since morphed into one of the best places in town to find chic women’s vintage clothing and accessories like sunglasses, belts, and purses. Now a brick-and-mortar on College, Grey Dog specializes in European, American, and Japanese vintage from the 20s to the 90s. Everything is exceptionally well-curated, and pieces are often altered to better mimic modern silhouettes.

410 Vintage Market

410 N College Ave.

410 Vintage Fayetteville Arkansas Shopping

If you’re on the hunt for cool vintage finds for your home, 410 Vintage Market should be your first stop. With an emphasis on mid-century modern furnishings, this is one of those stores where you’ll score a high-quality hand-woven rug, coffee table, or accent piece you’ll have forever. All the items are in excellent condition.

Dirtbag Vintage and Thrift

407 N College Ave.

Dirtbag Vintage is restocked daily with expertly curated items from brands like Free People, Patagonia, Carhartt, and others, with a focus on timeless fashions. Snatch up the perfect pair of vintage Levi’s, a cool army jacket, or a 90s cardigan here. Sizes are inclusive.

Aline Consignment

200 E Poplar St.

Aline Consignment offers trendy women’s clothing and accessories at an affordable price. Expect to find clothes from popular brands like Draper James, Banana Republic, Madewell, Abercrombie, Anthropologie, and more. There are new arrivals all the time, in a wide range of sizes and styles.

Cheap Thrills

120 S. E Ave.

Cheap Thrills Fayetteville Arkansas

From 80s prom dresses to perfectly worn vintage tees to your next great jean jacket, there’s no telling what you’ll find at Cheap Thrills. This is one of Fayetteville’s most beloved thrift stores — in fact, the store nearly closed in 2017 but was able to stay open thanks to an outpouring of community support. Come Halloween, there’s no better place in town to find a costume.

Fayetteville’s Funky Flea Market

693 W North St.

Hand-picked treasures abound at Fayetteville’s Funky Flea Market. Located in a historic 110-year-old depot spanning two floors, and with over 40 vendors selling their wares, this vintage store is a fun place to browse. With a nearly-endless selection of antique jewelry, cookware, apparel, jewelry, furniture, and more, there’s something for every shopper.

In Retrospect Vintage Mall

10 E Township St.

In Retrospect Vintage Mall Fayetteville Arkansas

With a collection of mid-century antiques, vintage homewares, and retro clothing from a select group of vendors, In Retrospect is home to some serious gems. It’s tough to come here and not leave with something, whether it’s a mid-century Italian ashtray, a Finnish glass vase, hand-tooled cowboy boots, or any number of other items.

The Library Vintage

48 E Township St.

The Library Vintage isn’t your typical thrift store. At this rent and retail space, you can opt to either shop the racks or become a member and rent out pieces for up to 60 days. A queer-owned business with a focus on offering inclusive and gender-affirming clothing, the Library Vintage is a true labor of love. This is the kind of place you go for something significant and statement making.


339 N West Ave #103

Peruse retro sportswear, funky vintage tees, and fashionable street clothing at KICK. If you’re in the market for unique Razorback gear, this is where to find it. New items are stocked weekly, and the shop’s Instagram is the best place to check for up-to-date offerings.

Potter’s House

2703 N Drake St.

Get ready to do some serious rack sifting — Potter’s House is teeming with tons of furniture, clothing, art, antiques, books, and collectibles. True, you may need to comb through quite a few items before you find the piece you can’t live without. But isn’t that what the fun of thrifting is all about?

Recollect Ltd.

1607 N College Ave.

Consider Recollect your one-stop shop for vintage T-shirts (in men’s, women’s, and unisex styles). Think sports jerseys, early 2000s-era concert tees, and old-school Razorbacks sweatshirts. They also sell pants, jeans, and shorts and have a solid collection of vintage hats.

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