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Vintage clothing has become a major interest for those who love fashion. Blogs and social networking sites allow vintage clothing lovers to come together and talk about their obsession and the history behind it. Learn more about designers and styles from decades ago with the help of these top vintage clothing blogs.
It has a lucite handle but unfortunately it is cracked and I have glued a piece back on and is broken on either side. The lining is also coming away but otherwise in useable condition. Condition is Pre-Owned.
I have a confession to make: I own two vintage fur coats. My antique dealer mom found them thrifting yard sales and flea markets in New England and bought them for next to nothing. One is cropped short like a bomber jacket and covered in rich brown fur with four fat glinting gold buttons down the middle, something an Upper East Side Jewish lady of a certain age might wear to shop for groceries at Gristedes. The other, a fox coat, is jet-black, dark like an inkwell, and reaches mid-thigh with two silver buttons.
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S uccessful rummages for vintage clothes seem to be few and far between these days. Online stores such as Asos Marketplace throw up vintage items that I, in my late twenties, can remember the first time round - and didn't much like then. And finding genuine vintage pieces on eBay requires you to decipher 'the code' to avoid mistaking a Primark copy for a s original.
This question has been on my mind since the first day I started wearing vintage, so I think it is time for me to address this for both Asians and non-Asians. Most of the Asians I talk to have expressed their admiration for vintage clothing, but a lot of them are reluctant to actually wear vintage. But I want to go through a few specific points, more race-specific points on why I think we Asians are yet to embrace vintage clothing and culture.
We all love a dose of vintage. But have you ever taken the time to research the processes behind how these garments reach your rails? And how exactly does the life-cycle of vintage differ to clothing mass produced within the fast fashion industry?
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