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This chain of reliable Paris stores, designed for the busy city shopper, can be found in each Arrondissement. Stores are usually divided into a grocery store on one floor and clothing, home and beauty sections on another floor. Clothing basics for men, women and children, delivery service, photo booths and photocopying are available here. This store is open until midnight, perfect for picking up groceries, a notebook, or some shampoo after work.
Grand Dépôt-Vente de Paris, located in the 12th arrondissement, is a 3000 square meter (32291.7 square foot) showroom of quality and diverse secondhand furniture. The ideal shop for bargain hunters, you will find many antique and contemporary furniture and decorative objects here. Whatever your taste, there is something you will fancy. New furniture and objects are available via catalog. Thanks to regular deliveries, you will be able to easily decorate your home at a low price.
Grab a croissant and your cup of coffee and head off to one of the oldest flea markets in France called the Puces de Montreuil. Established in the 19th Century, it mainly stocks second-hand clothes (in good condition) and designer seconds. If wearing second hand clothes is not your thing, then browse through jewelry, antique engravings, appliances, crockery and even old furniture.
This open-air flea market is not as big as the one in Saint-Ouen but is nevertheless a fun place to be. Shops offer old books, old furniture and antiques. The market consists of professional shop keepers and stall owners who set up shop only on weekends. This flea market is the smallest in Paris but is a good place to pick up some interesting souvenirs to take back home. If you're lucky, you could also find something historic and original. Happy shopping!
The world's biggest flea market welcomes 200,000 visitors each weekend. You name it and this place will have it: furniture, pictures, new and second-hand clothes, all at rock-bottom prices (especially if you're a dab hand at haggling). There's a jovial fairground atmosphere with the aroma of food wafting around and people crowding round the stalls, hoping to pick up a 1970s leather jacket or a rare Louis XV chest of drawers. Make sure you have cash on you, as stallholders seldom accept credit cards and the nearest available cash machine is always lined out.
If you love fashion but your trip around the city has drilled a hole in your pocket, then Reciproque is your ideal destination for some designer shopping. Established in 1978, Reciproque is a consignment store that houses all the popular designer labels. Marc Jacobs, Ralph Lauren, Paul Smith, Cartier, Valentino, McQueen and many more names can be found here. Reciproque has seven outlets lined up on rue de la Pompe in Paris' 16th Arrondisement. Together they comprise of 700 square meters (7534.7 square feet), making it one of the biggest consignment stores in the city.