Now that fall is here, it's time to put away your summer outfits and break out your cozy clothing. If you need to update your wardrobe this fall, you don't need to break the bank to do so. There are plenty of Montreal thrift stores that can help you get ready for fall weather on the cheap.

Though shopping at thrift stores might take a bit more hunting to find the pieces you want, it's totally worth the extra savings. Plus, while thrifting, you can find so many unique and stylish pieces to add to your closet. One of the perks of wearing vintage clothes is that you won't be wearing the same thing as everyone else.

So go ahead and dive into a fall clothing haul to stock up on more cozy sweaters, jackets, and leggings. If you're willing to look around, thrifting is a fantastic way to score new fall clothes without spending much money.

Not sure where to get cute vintage clothes in Montreal? Don't worry, we've gathered up a list of Montreal thrift stores to help you shop!

Ex-Voto

Address: 6534 St Laurent Blvd, Montreal

Why You Need To Go: They sell secondhand ethically-made clothing, along with plenty of accessories.

Citizen Vintage

Address: 5330 Saint-Laurent Blvd., Montreal

Why You Need To Go: You can find a diverse mix of contemporary and vintage clothing to update your fall wardrobe.

Boutique Kitsch'n Swell

Address: 4065 St. Laurent Blvd, Montreal

Why You Need To Go: At their store, you'll find tons of cute vintage clothes inspired by the 50s.

Le Trunkshop

Address: 1136 Mont-Royal E. and 263 Mont-Royal E., Montreal

Why You Need To Go: They have tons of affordable stylish pieces you'll want to wear.

Value Village

Address: 5630 Henri-Bourassa Blvd East, Montreal

Why You Need To Go: Though it might take some hunting to find stuff you like, they offer super discounted prices on clothing.

Empire Exchange

Montreal thrift stores

Address: 51 Bernard Street O, 5225 Saint-Laurent Blvd, & 6796 Saint-Laurent Blvd, Montreal

Why You Need To Go: Here, you can buy secondhand clothes, or you can sell or trade your clothes, too.

The Salvation Army

Address: 5758-62 Sherbrooke St W, Montreal

Why You Need To Go: This large store offers a diverse assortment of clothes for ultra-low prices.

Annex Vintage

Address: 56 Rue Saint Viateur O, Montreal

Why You Need To Go: They have so many different graphic t-shirts and 90s vintage clothing.

Eva-B

Address: 2015 St Laurent Blvd, Montreal

Why You Need To Go: This thrift store is a must-visit in Montreal when you want to update your wardrobe on a budget.

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