Posts Tagged ‘vintage’
I love buying good vintage clothes, bags, shoes, furniture…you name it! and now I will share some of my personal tips to succeed on your next vintage hunt.
- Size: Don’t be put off if you find something you love but it is the wrong size. The chances of finding gorgeous things in the perfect size for you is very slim, so instead find the things you like, and customize them to make them fit!
- Time is off the essense: Find out when your charity stocks up, and call in as close to that time as you can. Also research vintage fairs in your area, and make sure you are there when they open. The best pieces will go fast, so it’s worth your time.
- Check the quality: Look carefully at what makes up the piece, and what condition it is in. Some pieces are just so fragile that one wash will ruin them, so while they might still be worth the buy, make sure the price reflects the quality.
- Customize: I once found a beautiful dress, covered in badges, buttons and flowers. The dress itself was tired and worn out, but I used the accessories to brighten up other old vintage items, and give them a new lease of life. Keep your eye out for this type of thing!
Vintage shopping is so worth while when you find that dream piece, and know that no one else will have anything like it! You can pass it down through your generations if you look after it, too, and who knows, one day it might be worth millions. Have you got a tip for shopping vintage, or have you found an amazing vintage find? Please let me know! firstname.lastname@example.org
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This fall is coming more Chic than ever. You can get this look by just going vintage or buying at shops like Zara…. You don´t need to spend a lot to get a chic look like this fall. This is what I call, Chic-Cheap style.
I suggest different models for the day at the left, and night at the right. And the aviator jacket, I love it!. Take it with pants, long, long, skinny jeans and heels.
For the day, more sober clothes will be my favourites, those pencil skirts to the knee. For the night, minidresses and boots. An explosive mixture…
Be Chic without expending a lot of money and Feelgood