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Copenhagen fashion shops for a student budget

Loving Scandinavian fashion but not the charge? Worry not. Here is our guide to trendy shops with prices that won't send you into bankruptcy

Copenhagen, a capital covered in the newest and most fashionable clothes from all over the world. You have all the big names like Prada, Gucci, Armani, Moschino, Louis Vuitton and Marc Jacobs. Then you have the Scandinavian brands like Bruuns Bazar, DAY Birger et Mikkelsen, Filippa K and Malene Birger. We can all agree they make great clothes. But most of these will rip your wallet apart.

Stay calm – there’s hope. With a little bit of planning, you can still exhibit the latest trends when slurping your ginger juice/mocca frappè/grape cider from your favorite cafè/park/club.

First of all, stay away from the main street Strøget in the city centre and do your primary shopping at the small streets around the neighborhoods, such as Nørrebro and Vesterbro, or simply follow our guide.

1. Weekday

A hipster shop for both men and women. This is the place many Danes find their over-sized cardigans, neon plateaus or bordeaux barrettes. The style varies as well as the brands and prices, but there will be some really cheap scoops no matter what.
Vestergade 23
1456 København K

Here is Weekday’s website.
See a picture of the shop here.

2. Moss Copenhagen

A Danish brand with cool and chic clothes for women. The colors are black, pastel and many, many shades of grey. The style is casual and perfect for a chill night out or a regular (read: fashionable) day at the University.
Vesterbrogade 71
1620 København V

Here is Moss Copenhagen’s website.
See a picture of the shop here.

3. Envii

A new line for women from the well-established and more expensive Danish brand Samsøe&Samsøe. Here you will find the newest trend at affordable prices and clothes for all occasions.
Pilestræde 35A
1112 København K

Here is Envii’s website.
See a picture of the shop here.


A shop for the woman who loves to dress up. There’s glitter, glam, and you can dress like a 50’ies pin-up or a 2013-business woman. Here you will find lovely clothes for going out partying all-night and meeting you parents in law the next morning.
Istedgade 112
1650 København V

Here is RUDE’s website.
See a picture of the shop here.

5. Monki

A Swedish high street brand for women, consisting of goofy and funky printed dresses, pants and t-shirts, as well as classic clothing. If you go all in, you might look like a circus clown, but the shops has great items to spark up a dull outfit.
Frederiksberggade 34
1459 København K

Here is Monki’s website.
See a picture of the shop here.

6. Gina Tricot

A worldwide known Swedish brand for women. The clothes are inspired by expensive brands, but cheap as hell. You can probably afford more than you can carry in this shop.
Købmagergade 19
1150 København K

Here is Gina Tricot’s website.
See a picture of the shop here.

7. Studio Travel

Travel back in time and bring back the style that was made for you. This is a vintage store with clothes for men and women with a selection that will make you unique.
Blågårdsgade 14
2200 København N

Here is Studio Travel’s facebook page.
See a picture of the shop here.

8. Hidden tree

A new shop with a Swedish brand, vintage and self designed clothes for women. A decent choice if you want to find a dress or a top you will be the only one wearing.
Blågårdsgade 17
2200 København N

Here is Hidden tree’s website.
See a picture of the shop here.

9. Greibe & Kumari

A luxury second hand store for women, where you can find big brands as Moschino, Marc Jacobs, Bruuns Bazar, DAY Birger et Mikkelsen and Filippa K to reasonable prices.
Nordre Frihavnsgade 60
2100 København Ø

Here is Greibe and Kumari’s website.
See a picture of the shop here.

10. Genbrug

A second hand store for students short of cash. You pay per weight! 240 Danish kroner per. kilo. But don’t be fooled, this store have some wonderful treasures hidden behind too much clothes in too little space.
Vesterbrogade 79
1620 København V

Here is Genbrug’s website.
See a picture of the shop here.

So there it is. Be sure to tip us off if you have any further ideas below: Happy shopping!

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