How to shop at vintage clothing stores: Here are the best deals Polygon

In the same vein as the original Superstore, Polygon has compiled a list of the top five best and worst places to shop vintage clothing in the world.

Read on for the best and the worst.

Top five worst places for vintage clothing shop:Sleeping on the beach in Fiji: You can’t go wrong with a pair of sandals from an Australian-owned brand.

But don’t expect the beach to be your only source of comfort.

As the weather turns colder and drier, you’ll be forced to make do with a few extra layers and a pair that’s slightly too big for your feet.

The worst place for a pair would be the seaside resort of Tonga.

While Tonga may be warm, there are few warm spots in the entire country.

It’s a short flight from Brisbane, but it’s so far away that you won’t be able to find a spot to stay on a warm day.

Worst place for vintage fashion boutique:A pair of old jeans, a vintage coat, a pair from a local thrift store: You’re not likely to find many options for vintage wear in Sydney, but you’re bound to find something on sale at a thrift shop.

If you’re looking for some basics, you can find everything from boots to jeans in the city’s thriving thrift shops.

Worse places for fashion boutique (but also a nice beach in the process):It’s easy to get lost in the rush to find vintage fashion when it’s sunny outside.

A trip to the beach will provide some respite from the blustery Australian summer and give you a chance to catch your breath, but be prepared for the crowds of tourists that will make your visit an awkward experience.

The best places to browse vintage clothing on the planetPolygon has put together a list to help you find the perfect spot for a vintage-inspired look.

If there’s a particular vintage fashion brand you love, this list might help you to find that one in the perfect setting.

You can find out more about the Superstore here.