Interested in spicing up your Adelaide holiday with a bit of vintage shopping? Adelaide is a great place to seek those quintessentially vintage items that you love. If you’re planning to stay at a stylish Adelaide holiday accommodation such as the well placed Oaks Horizons, you’ll be within a short distance to a few good shops selling vintage fashion.

Hero Vintage shop in Ebenezer is a shopping paradise for those who love vintage dresses in all their unique glory and seek the perfect accessories that go with flamboyant dresses. You can also browse through their extensive hat collection to pick the one that completes your glamorous vintage look.

Somewhat nostalgically named, Push Pin in Compton Street is another shop that is bursting with the old world charm of vintage dresses from the tumultuous 50s up to the carefree 80s. If you like jewellery, Push Pin sells an assortment of those designed by local artists to suit vintage style.

The aptly named Red Ruby Vintage shop sells vintage dresses in good condition, as well as a selection of the owner’s own work made out of leftover vintage clothing following vintage patterns to a tee. You will love the exquisite selection of vintage accessories at Red Ruby.

If you’re looking for vintage furniture and home ware to spruce up your home with a touch of the 60s, pay a visit to Hype and Seek in Elizabeth Street. Hype and Seek specializes in vintage home ware in good condition and sells a few clothing items from the same era. While you’re in Elizabeth Street, don’t forget to visit the cafes down the street and look out for a couple more retro clothing shops. Also of note is Exclusive Vintage in Prospect which sells men’s retro attire in addition to its eclectic selection of women’s ware.

Filled with wanderlust that seeks to explore distant shores and captivated by the colors and vibrancy of exotic cultures, Kanya Mae writes on the beautiful, exciting, and enchanting wonders of the world. She is a writer who not only has a passion for travel, but also has a background in fashion, art and media. Google+