321 Flatbush Ave., Brooklyn, NY, 11217
nr. Seventh Ave.
By laracas on 7/1/2005
I knew i found the perfect thrift store when i found this one. In a week, i went there 5 times and purchased things on all occasions. The people running the store were very friendly and the merchandise had a lot of variety, ranging for very funky to extremely trendy. When i went, everything was on sale, but i would have been willing to pay more. And, one sales woman was willing to haggle.
By shiz on 1/3/2003
Hooti Couture has beautiful vintage and popular designer items. There is a large and everchanging selection of always-appropriate items. You can find an authentic fox fur stole across the rack from a man's suit from Saville Row. I have personally bought vintage children's clothes, overcoats, clothes (Perry Ellis, Halston, Diane Von Furstenburg...), furniture (a beautiful wood and glass hutch from an estate sale, Fortunoff's signature backyard furniture, etc.), jewelry... The list goes on. You will never be disappointed shopping there. Also, even if you just plan to window shop, Allison's (Hooti) personality is infectious and you will be sure to find something you like and it won't break your budget. Hooti Couture should definitely be a sightseeing tour stop.
By BV500 on 4/5/2009
I've been here quite a few times. The staff are extremely friendly and you have a good time in there shopping around. They have great little gems of clothing, jewelry, handbags, and a few housewares. The prices are for the most part pretty reasonable and they can give you a deal too. They're also good for helping you find an item you need!