A city that's adored for it's diverse style, as much as it is for it's alternative culture. Liverpool is bursting at the seams with alternative fashion. Whether it's vintage style, or something unique that you're looking for, you'll be able to find it here. As we take a look at where to shop for alternative clothing in Liverpool.
It's so easy to get around the city, simply hop on and off at one of the cities many Mersey-rail stations to start shopping. We recommend starting off at Liverpool Central for a truly alternative shopping experience.
Where better to start things off than by visiting one of the many alternative shops on Bold Street, nestled amongst independent cafes and hairdressers, there's even a cat cafe if you need a purrfect stop off for a break.
First stop off to visit is COW, home to an abundance of vintage fashion. Then just a few doors up from there you'll find Resurrection, home to more vintage & inspired fashion, they even have a coffee shop upstairs for a pit stop, alongside a tattoo parlour and barbers to boot.
For more alternative shopping finds, carry on further up the bustling street to unveil more alternative shops. Starting with Sohos, mixing the best of both worlds, with plenty of alternative and vintage fashion across the shops two floors.
Further up the street you'll find Grin, previously housed inside Grand Central. You'll find plenty of alternative fashion inside, whatever your style, alongside accessories and home wares. Carry on further up Bold Street to find Pop Boutique, with plenty of vintage clothing and accessories in store.
From there, why not venture round the corner onto Renshaw street for more vintage fashion at 69a. With a wide range of clothing, accessories, and even antiques in store.
There's much more to the city than this hub of alternative style on Bold Street. Head towards the Baltic Triangle, a cultural hub that's home to independent eateries and galleries. Nestled amongst these you'll find Red Brick Vintage and Red Brick Hangar at the courtyard at the old Cains Brewery on Stanhope street. An independent marketplace that's home to an abundance of independent businesses. From vintage fashion, to alternative accessories, and home wares. Alongside tattooists, artists, and even a bakery!
With plenty to see and do across the city, with an abundance of alternative and vintage shops. Whatever your style, you'll certainly find plenty to shop from at one of the alternative fashion shops in Liverpool.
Need help finding these alternative shops in Liverpool? Visit our handy directory site to find our helpful map, pin-pointing each shop around the city.
Image credits (in order shown): Clive Varley via Flickr | DDP Law | Gerald Murphy via Flickr