Rokit

Shopping , Womenswear Covent Garden
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Rokit
Rokit

As Rokit’s flagship store – there’s also one in Camden and two in Brick Lane – this branch stocks the most comprehensive selection of second-hand items, from tutus and military gear right through to cowboy boots and sunglasses. You won’t find many well-known labels here, but it’s still worth a rummage; on previous visits a Gunne Sax prairie dress and a Marimekko day dress were unearthed, and they were an absolute steal. There are also scarves, belts and hats galore. For men there are Doherty-style trilbies, waistcoats and shirts, as well as the usual male Americana. The shop at 107 Brick Lane is more boutiquey.

Venue name: Rokit
Contact:
Address: 42 Shelton Street
London
WC2 9HZ
Opening hours: Open 10am-7pm Mon-Sat; 11am-6pm Sun
Transport: Tube: Covent Garden tube
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Georgie
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I love this place. Packed wall to wall with incredible vintage clothing, some of which is only suitable for a fancy dress party, others that could transform your wardrobe into one that is chic and current (all hail the revival of the 90's amirite?) They sell a few staple thing in here, like denim shorts and jackets, mini skirts and a lot of suede and velvet. There's a lot of colour too. Just be careful not to get over excited at the random Chanel pieces in the accessories bit... they're not real. Rokit ain't stupid, they would not be selling a genuine Chanel purse for £10.

Isabel Williams

I've been to rokit, brick lane. Love it! There's so many lovely clothes and jewellery for pretty decent prices. Shorts, sunglasses galore. Freebie rokit badges in various colours on the counter, we took a heap. Only downside I'd say is, it's always pretty squashed, loads of people are in there and not much room to get around.