If you’ve been keeping up with trends, you’ll know that Y2K fashion is taking fashionistas by storm. From baggy jeans to crop tops, platform shoes to mini denim skirts, and colourful hair clips to over-ear headphones, they are making a comeback while showing a knack of nostalgia for some millennials who thought these trends were shelved for good. In response to the return of Y2K fashion, Guru By Bangkok Post has gathered a list of thrift shops and secondhand markets that offer unique fashion pieces to pull off a style statement. Who’s ready to pop some tags?
MOTT (Museum of Tees Thailand)
Open hours: 11am-5pm, weekdays only
MOTT (Museum of Tees Thailand/fb.com/mott.thailand) is a destination of choice for vintage t-shirt collectors. Whatever rare vintage graphic t-shirts you have on your bucket list, chances are MOTT has them. Located in Lat Pla Khao 50 alley, the standalone museum/shop is renowned for its rare finds, with a particular focus on 70s and 90s bands and music tours t-shirts. Everything showcased here perfectly embodies the timeless saying “old but gold”, with prices ranging from below B1,000 to more than B100,000. Some are priceless because they are solely for display at their rotating exhibitions.
Know Where Studio
Open hours: from 1-7pm, Tuesday to Sunday
Know Where Studio (ig.com/knowwherestudio) is a playground for hypebeasts to hunt down their favourite American streetwear labels. Hidden down a small alley on Phahon Yothin Road, within a short walk from BTS Saphan Khwai, the store specialises in authentic, rare clothing, sneakers and accessories. Your favourite label, such as the Californian clothing brand Stussy, has its own corner, displaying everything from vintage to just-launched collections. The hot stuff is updated on their Instagram. The boutique boasts a wide selection of vintage graphic tees well-organised by hues on hangers. Pretty much