The sister store to clothing barn Absolute Vintage round the corner, Blondie sells chic, desirable pieces by some well-known labels from yesteryear. This is the place to shop for one-off occasion wear and unique accessories.
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Venue Details & Map
114-118 Commercial StreetShadwellLondonE1 6NF
- +44 (0)20 7247 0050
- Public transport:
- Shoreditch, Underground
Pretty well organized vintage shop.
I didn't go crazy or feel frustrated shopping in here.
They are really strict here...NO PHOTOS, NO DRINKS AN D NO FOOD!
They have a sister store right near by called Absolute Vintage.more
Blondie is more than just a killer band from the 80s, it's also a shop in east London that sells high quality vintage. This is not any old vintage, this is 60s, 50s and earlier vintage. It's where you'll find that little wow dress, or an amazing retro handbag.
This shop will also cost you your life savings. This is NOT a thrift store, it's like an antiques shop for clothes. From experience...more
When in london I always pop to blondie for inspiration on the shoefront---great selection---and it is pricey---but you wouldn't each cheap caviar would you?
I didn't like it when the owner popped in on my last visit--and motioned to the sales girl to keep an eye on me---while i was standing right in front of him. Poor taste---even for, well, a Brit.more
Blondie is what all vintage shops should be like. It is well-organized, does not smell when you walk in, and has the best quality vintage I have ever seen in London. It has a gorgeous selection of shoes and boots. Many of them are branded and are still in very good condition, which is something I often find difficult to find nowadays in such stores. They also have a reliable assortment of...more
Hands down the best vintage boutique in East London, Blondie is the more sophisticated sister business of the sprawling Absolute Vintage on nearby Hanbury Street.
Specialising in high-end vintage by the likes of Charles Jourdan and Chanel, Blondie's smallish premises on Commercial Street are decorated with faux-Art Deco mirrors and chandeliers; chaise longues and literally hundreds of pairs...more