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My daughter took me to this shop, there's actually two of them and you do need time to really look through all the stuff. You pay by the kilo and I thought it was really cheap, found a small brown leather retro handbag for $12...More
Great concept and a bit of a tardis inside. Yes you do buy by weight but it is confusing as not everything is clearly marked with the category. Some items area also not real vintage.
It is however better for menswear than womenswear, brilliant for...More
If you love some vintage clothes you should come here. Prices are good, you can find smth very good for small price but also you should be careful, you can definitely overpay some things. I bought really nice and unique things, and for me this...More
I agree with the previous viewer that says that the place was pretty nasty - smelled and the prices are sometimes higher than you can buy new. It has a salvation Army feel to it. Someone should really open up and upscale decently priced used...More
I had such a fun time today at the Kilo Shop in Le Marais. This is a huge bright and colourful store full of vintage clothing and accessories. If you are looking for something unusual and special come to this shop. There are also loads...More
Great shop! A lot of second hand clothing, you have to search for some nice stuff, but that's always the fun of vintageshopping; find that little treasure all the way at the back. Some items are still expensive, but it's mostly worth it! Fun part...More
After you've exhausted your eyes on the windows of all the boutique fashions you can't afford in Paris, KILO offers you the opportunity to bring home an affordable souvenir to wear. Kilo sells a wide variety of second-hand clothes and accessories, you guessed it, by...More
I love it.
Unfortunately I always travel to Paris for business and I don't have enough time to spend it there!
But it's amazing, the shop it's full of any kind of clothes and accessories divided by typology, as shirts, pants, coats, jackets, shoes, belts,...More
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The Marais is a winding maze of multi-faceted streets that beg to be explored. It bursts with small boutiques, historic buildings, cozy traditional restaurants, and hidden parks. Around each corner, you'll come across little gems of architecture spanning the centuries, from understated medieval towers to classical libraries and 17th century splendour. This neighbourhood unites a rich mix of
people of all ages, but it's best known for the gay scene mostly in the south and the Jewish community around Rue des Rosiers.