Open Hours: Mo to We from 09:30 AM to 05:30 PM,Th to Sa from 09:30 AM to 05:45 PM
Flip pops up all over the UK and it's no surprise to find a branch of this American retro outlet in Edinburgh - a city ... More
Flip of Hollywood
Flip pops up all over the UK and it's no surprise to find a branch of this American retro outlet in Edinburgh - a city that loves second-hand chic. The best buys here are, without doubt, the trousers and the shirts. Check out the cords and jeans in particular as well as the vast selection of lumberjack and cowboy gear. Feast your eyes on a treasure trove of everything from logo t-shirts to ballgowns. This is the sort of place young and hip children's TV presenters buy their threads. It is the haunt of those seeking a bit of inspiration, like Ronan Keating, who was spotted browsing here recently.
FLIP of Hollywood, is primarily a dealer of street clothes for the younger generation. However delving that little bit deeper allows you to find Edinburgh's best selection of second hand / seconds clothes. Their range of 70's clothes, ie.e flares, kipper ties. etc. even out does armstrongs. However it is their own branded Flip clothes are the true value for money. I have shopped there for many years and can walk in and out in less than two minutes with a years worth of flared jeans as once you wear flip - pop flares, you never wear anything else.
The shop rocks, the staff are fantastic and very friendly. The only negative point i can find about flip is they never open on a sunday. Apart form that its ten out of ten, 100% for FLIP OF HOLLYWOOD.
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