Pop Boutique has a great range of retro and kitsch items from the 1960s, 1970s and 1980s. Keep popping in to the Covent Garden shop see the latest offerings as the stock is updated regularly. Great for a quick party outfit or key vintage piece to bring your wardrobe back to life!
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6 Monmouth Street, Covent Garden, London, WC2H 9HB
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+44 (0)20 7497 5262
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6 Monmouth StreetCovent GardenLondonWC2H 9HB
- +44 (0)20 7497 5262
- Public transport:
- Covent Garden, Underground
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What a find. In a city chock full of corner shops selling identical cheap lyrca dress and overpriced vintage stores than don't sell anything for under £100, POP Boutique is a welcome happy medium.
Selling a mix of factory-purchased skirts, dresses, shirts, and shorts in different patterns and vintage-bought clothing, POP is a little funky and for those shopping around the Covent Garden area,...more
I love POP!! I have bought their POP retro bags since 2003, different colours, different style, but always as trendy!
Its difficult to leave the shop without buying anything: 1960s dresses, shirts, trousers, skirts, shoes, sunglasses, telephones (yes, telephones!)
A must for all vintage shoppers!more
From my limited knowledge of thrift/retro shops this is somewhere that has some things for the various parties I go to and interesting things for Burning Man at price that I would actually pay!
Great staff and about half the place stocked for men. I've only ever bought accessories from there (braces, bow tie, hat and a belt) and am very happy with the place; its the only little retro shop I'd...more
they have a lot of great in-house items.
leopard dresses! flower print frocks! "ethnic" tops! oh my!more
I have only been able to go shopping here once. but that one time was enough for a lifetime. I brought my guy friend who is CLUELESS about shopping here, and we ended up leaving with a FULL wardrobe for him. it was such a relief to finally find a place that had enough stuff that we could agree on, in a price range that he could afford.
I also bought myself a sweet lil western shirt. It was one...more