Whether you need a 60's ball gown for a funky formal or are a little low on surplus Swedish army gear, Ragstock which stocks both new and used clothing will probably have it.
Sometimes the only difference between "vintage" and "used" is a fistful of Hamiltons. Anyone who wants to look retro-stylish on the cheap should check out Ragstock's wares. Aside from being the go-to store for kitschy Halloween costumes (mix and match for extra postmodernism!), they've got plenty of stuff for every stripe of hipster (and hipster-hater): T-shirts emblazoned with everything from beer logos ("I play in a skuzzy garage-rock band") to airbrushed wolves ("I play in a skuzzy... More »
If you're trying to recapture the old-school elegance of Grace Kelly or Gary Cooper, Ragstock is not the vintage store for you. You're not likely to find a stunning gown or well-tailored suit lurking behind the racks of funky cowboy shirts and flared cords. Really, though, for most of us, looking like Grace Kelly or Gary Cooper is hopelessly unrealistic anyway, and thrift-shop cool will always be in fashion. Ragstock is the regional leader in providing duds for the eternally cool, for those... More »
As yuppie as it's become to purchase "vintage wear" these days, let's face it: You're buying clothing once worn by another individual. While Via's and Lula's (of Minneapolis and St. Paul, respectively) are fun places to window-shop for that one flirty sundress to wear out on a long-awaited date, they don't cater to those who are looking to extensively increase their wardrobes for dirt cheap (uh...perhaps we should leave the word "dirt" out of this). The Ragstock Warehouse--appropriately... More »
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