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Kilo Shop

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Kilo Shop

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125 boulevard Saint Germain, 75006 Paris France
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Hilary007_11 wrote a review Jun 2019
London, United Kingdom245 contributions62 helpful votes
The St Germain branch is more interesting (to me) than the Marais/Rosiers branch. Amazing concern. Clothes colour coded and weighed for price. This visit my 20 yr old amie was absolutely delighted with her vintage Burberry lamb's wool cardigan. It was rather fabulous in a 1950s large old lady way! Cost equivalent £22.50. I did rather like the brand new hats on sale. Fascinating rummage, stock well laid out, ie denim section split into Levi's etc. But please... how can they spend over an hour looking, trying, discussing, loving.... Afterwards, head over the road to Les Deux Magots for a well earned beverage😁.
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Date of experience: June 2019
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DiLoLa wrote a review Apr 2019
Varde, Denmark59 contributions24 helpful votes
You can find really hidden gems of clothes here. I found three pairs of jeans for next to nothing and they looked like they had never been worn.
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Date of experience: April 2019
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Anon wrote a review Apr 2019
Paris, France16 contributions13 helpful votes
Do you like great 'ip -'op music to shop by? Do you appreciate attentive, helpful -- yet unobtrusive and un-pushy sales people? How about two gorgeous stylish suede jackets to usher in Spring with -- for 30 euros apiece? Thinking ahead to next winter, would you be interested in paying a mere 200 euros for a calf-length, supple -as-lambskin, lush and glorious raccoon fur coat in blonde and brown perfectly matched pelts? I do. That's why I climb the winding stairs between the levels of this hip, pay-by-the-pound vintage (read: pre-owned) clothing shop. There are categories -- such as my beautiful fur -- which are individually priced, but I can assure you that my coat (I call her "La Bête") is well worth every penny of $2,000 -- and not a rip, stain, unraveling or split skin. I brushed her with my L'Oreal Total Repair shampoo diluted with water, up and down front and back, and caught in the brush was less under-fur than I shed washing my own hair. Then I used my hair dryer to fluff. And you can find treasure, too! Check out the Boulevard Saint-Germain store -- the one in the Marais closed a little while back.
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Date of experience: February 2019
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beachbons wrote a review Mar 2019
massachusetts286 contributions60 helpful votes
My 17 year old daughter and I visited here while in Paris in February. We had a lot of fun looking through all the racks of clothing and accessories. We both got wool coats. I found two really pretty scarfs as well as a shirt. My daughter got some jeans and shirts. I thought the prices reasonable. The atmosphere of the store is upbeat and fun.
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Date of experience: February 2019
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uesidegirl wrote a review Mar 2019
Washington DC, District of Columbia44 contributions58 helpful votes
Tourist Trap. Visited this shop and noticed two distinct issues: Number one the prices were insanely high. Number two there were only tourists in the store. No locals. The items are hung on racks nice and neat, with color coded tags stating the price per kilo. The items were neither unique nor special. More like bland blah blase’. There is a lot of new merchandise placed strategically throughout the store. Obviously the locals know better than to shop there. Don’t waste your time or money.
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Date of experience: March 2019
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