Don't Know What To Wear For GVF? Here Are 10 Local Shops You Can Look Into For Fit Inspo

If you haven't got your GVF outfits ready, check out these stores.

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Good Vibes Festival is just around the corner and if you haven't put together your outfits, fret not!

Here's a list of online and physical stores you can visit to scout for some fit inspo before the festival weekend:


Stand out of the crowd with a batik number from this homegrown batik clothing company, KANOE. They have cool fits for both men and women, from cropped tops and kimonos to shirts and dresses.

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LOOOP is a thrift store in TTDI selling pre-loved clothing and accessories as a way to tackle the throwaway fashion culture. They recently put together an Instagram reel showing off Good Vibes Festival outfit ideas with cute items from their store.

20-A, Lorong Rahim Kajai 14, Taman Tun Dr Ismail,
60000 Kuala Lumpur

Opening hours
2pm – 9pm (Tuesday to Friday)
12pm – 7pm (Saturday and Sunday)
Closed on Monday.

Check out their Instagram.


Image via MZZH
Image via MZZH
Image via MZZH
Image via MXXH (Facebook)

Nothing screams festival vibes more than a funky tie-dye tee. Formed by two creative Malaysian sisters, MZZH makes unisex tie-dye tops and shorts from scratch, as well as colourful knitted bucket hats, phone pouches, pom pom earrings, and beanies that'll have you feeling and looking fresh.

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4. Oh Dayang

Add a splash of colour to your outfit! Oh Dayang makes stunning handcrafted batik accessories, including earrings, hijab pins, bracelets, necklaces, hair clips, and more.

They're unique and a fashion statement that'll have everyone asking you where you got them from.

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Why blend in when you can wear fashion pieces that stand out from the crowd? OKGO is a curated thrift store in Subang Jaya which sells sustainably-sourced street-wear unlike any other. Each piece is carefully selected from the US, Japan, and occasionally Canada, or other thrift stores in the Klang Valley.

17A 1st Floor, Jalan SS 18/1B,
47500 Subang Jaya

Opening hours
12pm – 7pm (Monday to Friday)
11am – 7pm (Saturday and Sunday) 
Closed on Tuesday. 

Check out their Instagram.

6. Ghostboy

You can't go wrong with a look from Ghostboy, a KL-based design label that was established in 2020. The brand offers festival-worthy outfits and accessories that'll set you apart from the crowd.

They have an online store and some items can also be found in FIFTH, a thrift store in Taman Paramount.

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7. Shimokita Space

Inspired by the aesthetics of the '80s and '90s in Japan, Shimokita Space is a thrift store tucked away in SS15 that'll transport you back in time. They sell curated pre-loved items and are open till pretty late at night, so you can shop in peace after work.


94, Jalan SS 15/4B, SS 15, 47500
Subang Jaya, Selangor

Opening hours
3pm – 11pm (Daily)
Closed on Monday.

Check out their Instagram.


Located in Taman Paramount, FIFTH is a curated thrift store that also sells their clothing online. Not just limited to apparel, the store also sells accessories, bags, shoes, and more. You'll also find a variety of branded items, from tees to outerwear.


23, Jalan 20/13, Taman Paramount,
46300 Petaling Jaya, Selangor

Opening hours
1pm – 9pm (Daily)
Closed on Monday.

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9. Nomu Nomu MY

Nomu Nomu customises the cutest jewellery, from bracelets to earrings and necklaces. They add that perfect subtle touch of personality to any festival outfit!

Just drop them a message on Instagram to place an order.

10. JBR Bundle

If you have your own style and enjoy putting together your own fit, you'll definitely want to check out this thrift shop. Unlike the others, JBR Bundle is less curated, which adds to the fun, especially for those who love hunting for fashion treasures.

There are multiple branches all over the Klang Valley, with some outlets that open till as late as 12am.

Here are the locations:
– Damansara
– Klang
– Banting
– Shah Alam
– Balakong
– Hulu Langat
– Kanchong Darat

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