Time Out says
While the prices of many homegrown contemporary Swedish fashion labels might make your eyes water, the Södermalm district has a thriving second-hand scene, where it’s possible to snap up everything from retro ’90s denim to leather biker boots harking back to this newly-gentrified area’s working-class roots. The biggest cluster of clothing stores is found along Hornsgatan in the Mariatorget district, and ranges from holes-in-the-wall to pricier curated collections, alongside impressively-organized charity shops run by the City Council (Stockholms Stadsmission) and the Red Cross (Röda Korset). Vintage vinyl and furniture are better represented a 15-minute walk away in the SoFo neighbourhood.
Time Out tip: Pop-up flea markets (called loppis in Swedish) are also a common sight around Södermalm in springtime—they’re usually advertised a few weeks in advance on social media.