Radio Days sell vintage clothing and memorabilia from the 1930s to the 1970s as well as a collection of 1920s to 1980s vintage magazines. Other pieces include glasses, soda siphons, radios and other kitsch items for the home.
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I'm new to vintage shopping, but I knew when I stepped into Radio Days that I'd found something special.
Beautifully arranged so that you feel like you're exploring someone's grandmother's attic, this place is chock full of scarves, shoes, hats, brooches, dresses, and menswear plus lots of other little objects like record players and typewriters. I could have played pretend in here all day....more
Radio Days by far TOPS all the vintage stores in London hands down!
I love the beauty of this shop and it certainly screams VINTAGE! Away from the typical busy 'Shoreditch' hyped area, I finally got browse round the shop in one peace! I love the posters on display, the accessories, the music, old style telephones and so on.. OH AND THE CLOTHES! What made this shop stand out from the rest is...more
Yay! I am a definite fan indeed.
I was meeting up with my sister after work at Waterloo station when I had a craving to go vintage shopping. Without Yelp (and my trusted smart phone with internet access), I would've never found this shop. It seemed to be the only vintage shop around and so off we went to discover what was to be a great discovery! True authentic vintage clothing and items all...more
I'm going to have to go with a big five stars here, simply because EVERYTHING in the store has totally solid vintage/antique street cred. And everything is in impeccable condition and totally wearable. Sure, the prices reflect the obviously selective purchasing standards that the owners uphold. But, really... would you like a tatty dress from the '80s for £20 from another vintage store, or...more
In my eyes, Radio Days stands a stride apart from most other vintage shops I've seen in London. Rather than being another place in a trendy area, picking up on the retro crazes (yes, I'm thinking brick lane), Radio Days is more of a special find. It's slightly more expensive than the shops in the East, but the clothes are better quality, and the place is far more of an experience.