Womens Quirky Clothing Shops Image Small by Lisa Bailey

Quirky shops is the place for women to find unusual, funky, quirky clothing shops. We have stores offering rare contemporary fashions, odd clothing, vintage, retro and much more.

If you are looking for dresses, skirts, tops, shirts, leggings, jeans, coats or anything else truly unique, you are sure to find something perfect in these shops.


British Retro – Vintage Inspired Dresses & Skirts

Visit British Retro. Check out British Retro for gorgeous reproduction vintage/retro inspired dresses, skirts, coats and fashions lovingly designed & made in London, UK. As well as the most spectacular collection of dresses and skirts, British Retro also stock fabulous petticoats and a large collection of [...]

Joanie Clothing – Vintage & Quirky Styles

Visit Joanie Clothing. Visit Joanie Clothing for feel-good clothing with a nod to nostalgia. Making everyday dressing a little more fun! They adore & specialise in vintage style; the timeless silhouettes, the retro prints and the unique designs that define each decade. Joanie are inspired by [...]

Pretty Disturbia Boutique on Etsy

Visit Pretty Disturbia on Etsy. Pretty Disturbia is a Manchester, UK based alternative clothing brand inspired by oddity! With women's fashions and accessories for alternative lovers including punk, gothic, grunge, rockabilly and more. Hand made. Hand dyed. Hand sewn. Made in Manchester and proud. All so [...]

Fifis Rockabilly Boutique

Visit Fifis Rockabilly Boutique. Fifi's Boutique aims to provide all Rockabilly lovers with Rockabilly clothing at great prices. They do just that having clothing to suit all budgets! Ranges include Rockabilly & pin up clothing & accessories to popart, alternative, retro & sailor style jewellery. Recreate [...]

EMP – Womens Alternative Clothing

Visit EMP. If you are looking for alternative clothing or maybe band/music merch, then EMP is your place! They have one of the largest collections of alternative clothing and fashions online including all the major subcultures from rockabilly to steampunk to gothic to punk to emo [...]

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