Shopping for children’s clothes and toys doesn’t have to cost an arm and a leg. You can find a great selection of secondhand stores in Vienna that offer you a solid sustainable alternative to ‘fast-fashion’.
Fräulein Wunderbar is a cozy store in the 3rd district that feels more like a boutique than a secondhand store. It’s 60m2 are filled with brands like Mini Boden, Finkid, Herzilein, Jacadi, Petit Bateau, Monsoon, Frugi, Next, Oilily, and Bisgaard.
Deluxe Kids & More – This shop in the 23rd district stocks a wide variety of baby and childrenswear for fair prices. They also offer a selection of gently used Bugaboo strollers (including service and repair).
Tackatucka store at Siebensterngasse sells (and buys) a wide variety of clothes, toys, car seats, books and even Lego. Expect to spend a solid period of time browsing around.
Pixie secondhand store is located near the U4 station, Hietzing, and offers branded clothes and shoes for kids and teens. Apart from that, you can find baby items, toys and books.
Pinocchio shop at Servietengasse has you covered if you are looking for baby items, carriers, maternity wear or strollers.
Sylvi’s Tauschecke offers a selection of kids’ clothes (from baby sizes up to teenage), as well as toys, games and kids’ books.
KleinStein is a great place to visit to get some gently used toys, games, books and DVDs. They also stock Playmobil, and Lego Duplo.
L.U.C.A. – Shop here for reasonably priced children’s clothes, car seats, strollers, toys and school supplies.
Caritas – shops (there are multiple) are Viennese go-to thrift stores. Visitors can find almost anything, from furniture to clothes to rare vintage pieces.
Volkshilfe – Great selection of reasonably prices kids’ clothes, toys, sport equipment and more.
48er-Tandler offers countless bargains to discover. Here you can find anything, from kids and grown up clothes to sport equipment, ski overalls, books and furniture.