Buying vintage clothes has now become part of mainstream fashion with Hollywood stars, pop legends and TV celebrities now opting for the vintage look instead of the run of mill designer items that are becoming bland, boring and lack originality.
So where is the best place to buy vintage clothing and how much would it cost for the average fashionista to get kitted out in some cool vintage threads?
There are some really good online vintage shops to get you started in vintage fashion buying. A quick look on your favourite search engine will yield loads of vintage shops that stock some fantastic vintage and retro clothes from the 40s, 50s, 60s, 70s and 80s. Most of these shops will have catergories for you to pick out your favourite era or decade.
Some people like the MOD dresses of the 60s while others base their look on big, flowly maxi dresses of the 1970s – you can even mix and match to create that unqiue look.
Every year modern fashion houses set the the trends for the high street – but the fact is that if you look carefully all these designs are based on famous designs of years gone by.
How much is good vintage fashion going to cost?
It is true that some of the best cuts cost just as much (if not more) than the modern equivelent. A lovely Ossie Clark dress can cost hundreds of dollars (or pounds) but you can still pick up many vintage bargains from your local thrift or vintage shop and eBay is a good place to look – just make sure that the seller has good feedback.
Once you find a good place to buy your vintage clothes then ask the seller on how best to look after your new clothing. Vintage looks fab but can be difficult to clean – so please ask the experts as they will know the best proceedures on making sure your vintage clothing looks good and stays in great condition.search terms:
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