141 Times People Scored Big-Time When Thrifting And Shared Their Vintage Finds Online

Could one truly claim to have lived if they never experienced the thrill of finding a vintage treasure for a low low price? While sure, it may not be everyone’s cup of tea, its expanding popularity fostered a new community of vintage enthusiasts who showcase their discoveries, and we are here for it!

From cute vintage dresses to fashionable accessories, we have collected a list of the most amazing vintage finds that are not only in perfect condition but also look way more fashionable than our regular clothes these days. Have you ever found something particularly memorable you have and treasure to this day? Share it in the comments!

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To learn all the ins and outs of thrifting and vintage fashion, Bored Panda reached out to Brogan Simons, E-commerce Team Manager of Thrifted.com and Verena, founder and editor of the sustainability blog My Green Closet, who kindly replied with informative answers. Read the full interviews below.

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#1 Dior “Junon” Fall/Winter 1949/1950. One Of The Most Stunning Dresses Ever Created

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#2 I Got A Wedding Dress From 1924 From An Estate Sale And I’m In Love

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#3 My 1940s Red Cross Uniform + Nurses Cape!

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First and foremost, we wanted to know how Verena defines the concept of “slow fashion” and its significance in promoting sustainability. She shared: “Slow fashion is essentially the opposite of fast fashion. Slow fashion principles include priorities such as quality, longevity, mindful design, environmentally conscious supply chains, ethical manufacturing, and waste reduction. The root cause of many issues in the fashion industry is the over-production and disposability of garments, so slow fashion seeks to address this with an opposing mentality and business model.”

Learning that, we were curious to know how Thrifted differentiates itself from fast fashion retailers when it comes to promoting sustainable fashion practices. Brogan shared: “Our whole business has been and always will be pushing sustainable fashion, it’s not a trend that we have recently jumped on like a lot of fast fashion retailers have. Promoting circular fashion is at the core of our business and this can be seen throughout everything we do. In terms of specific initiatives, we recently partnered with Twig – the circular payment provider, to show customers at checkout the carbon offset they achieve from buying what is in their cart as secondhand rather than new. We also run an educational campaign on our website to give customers more background on the ‘Why?’, as well as a 7-point sustainable shopper checklist which you can see on all product pages.”

#4 Vintage Evening Dress, Spring/Summer 1944

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#5 Too Cold For This Dress But I Still Love It

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#6 Bought These Gorgeous 70’s Frye Boots Off Depop Recently And They Frame My Tattoos So Nicely

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The trend to thrift has definitely skyrocketed over the past years. Verena doesn’t hide the joy of that. She shared her views on thrifting and gave a few tips for fellow shoppers. “It is so exciting to see such a growing interest in thrifting! Thrifting offers an amazing budget-friendly and sustainable alternative to fast fashion. By extending the life of existing garments, we are not only saving textiles from the landfill but are also not supporting unsustainable and unethical brands and industry practices.

For successful thrift shopping I think it’s important to give yourself time and have fun! Having a general idea of what you’re looking for is helpful to stay focused, and if you don’t find anything that’s okay! Check another store or check back later, stock is always changing.

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If going through all the racks at the thrift store is intimidating or overwhelming to you, then try more curated options such as consignment stores or online secondhand retailers.”

#7 I Suffer From Depression And When I´m Down I Try To Cheer Myself Up By Wearing Nice Clothes. Today I Put On This Thrifted Outfit Just To Go And Get Some Milk. It Felt Really Good Wearing It So It Stayed On At Home As Well

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#8 I Finally Got To Wear This Beautiful 1950s Ceil Chapman Dress – Aka The Crown Jewel Of My Collection!

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#9 The 50s Style Dress I Made For My Final Homecoming!

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As fashion trends change rapidly, it leads to a throwaway culture. We were wondering if Verena believes that people could adopt a mindset of conscious consumption and prioritize timeless, versatile pieces over short-lived trends.

“First I think it’s important to recognize that rapid trends are just a fast fashion sales tactic – the fast fashion business model relies on high volume and constant turnover so it needs customers to be constantly changing our closets. The ever-faster micro trends are the perfect way to make people feel like they regularly need to get rid of out-of-trend clothes and buy whatever new styles are now ‘in’. It’s an extremely unsustainable cycle and rejecting this is a huge step to industry change. But that’s not to say you can’t still have fun experimenting with clothing and style! For many people shifting from a trend-driven wardrobe to developing their personal style is deeply rewarding. By focusing on your personal style vs following trends you can build a closet of clothing you truly love wearing and feel amazing in. When we love our clothing we want to keep it and wear it as long as possible. Understanding your personal style allows you to both express yourself and get creative regardless of trends, and also helps you better assess which trends and styles you actually enjoy and will want to hang on to,” explained Verena.

She also added: “If readers are interested in learning more, I go into this topic and have activities around understanding your style and sustainable fashion priorities as well as changing shopping habits in my ebook Quit Fast Fashion.”

#10 I Love This Community! Okay Here’s Another 70s Bell Bottom Jumpsuit. It’s Nice To Share Pieces Here With People Who Appreciate Vintage!

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#11 Cape Weather

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#12 Used A Vintage Gunne Sax For My Halloween Look This Year

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However, changing trends are not always that bad, because recently we had a vintage trend comeback, making people become more interested in thrifted items. We asked Brogan to share examples of specific vintage fashion trends that have made a comeback in recent years. He wrote: “Y2K has definitely made the biggest comeback in recent years and is still going strong, everywhere you look, whether it’s on social media, when online shopping / in store shopping or even walking down the street, you will see clothing inspired by the early 2000s. It’s been great to see not only the style make a comeback but also the brands who were huge in this era; we have noticed a massive interest in brands such as Miss Sixty, True Religion, Ed Hardy, etc. We have also begun to see a comeback of ’80s fashion, with a lot of brands releasing bold geometric designs, futuristic sunglasses and almost every clothing item in metallic silver / gold.”

#13 My Outfit I Wore For A Vintage Weekender Recently!

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#14 My Outfit Today For High Tea!

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#15 What Would You Call This Style?

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I believe that the most important factor of vintage clothing is their quality, since back then they didn’t make clothes to be worn over season, they actually were made to last.

We were wondering how Thrifted ensures the quality and authenticity of its vintage clothing items, and what measures are taken to authenticate designer pieces. Brogan wrote: “We work closely with our partner factories to ensure all of our items are fully authenticated and of top quality at source. We then go through an authenticity process within our own warehouse where items go through 3-4 quality control checks by trained staff, so that we can be 100% confident all our designer items are authentic. It is part of what we do and part of our value as a brand. We are keen to build on this and are about to launch a new specific preloved designer brand that will only feature our best designer products – www.preloveddesigner.com. We have begun working with a separate handbag authentication company, so that our customers can confidently shop authentic bags in what is typically a very challenging category to guarantee authenticity, given the high quality of fakes.”

He also added by sharing what strategies they employ to keep up with current fashion trends whilst staying true to its vintage aesthetic and values.

“We are very lucky to stock the amount of products we currently do as this really allows us to keep up with current fashion trends whilst sticking to our values. Whether it is a microtrend like ‘Blokecore’ or a huge trend like the Y2K resurgence we will always have stock on hand to cater to these trends; the only thing we really have to change is our marketing strategy. When we see a trend rising in popularity we will focus on this to promote our range of trend-relevant products – through relevant product selection in our marketing & styling. Additionally we are always working with our suppliers to update product selections so that our deliveries remain trend-relevant. It is something that is quite challenging as a large-scale vintage brand, to maintain that product trend relevance across changing fashions,” explained Brogan.

#16 I Found This Amazing Vintage Dress For Only $6.99 At My Local Thrift Store!

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#17 This Is My Vintage Beaded Wedding Gown! Circa 1960’s, I Bought It For $800 Three Years Ago After Spotting It In A Thrift Shop Window. It’s Made Entirely Of Crystals, Weighs About 15lbs & I Was Told It Belonged To A “Canadian Celebrity”. Very Stoked To Finally Marry My Person In It This Fall ❤️

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#18 Very Vintage Look! How’d I Do?

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However, it is worth mentioning that sustainable fashion goes beyond just thrifting and encompasses various aspects like ethical production, fair trade, and eco-friendly materials. We asked Verena to share how she navigates the complexities of sustainable fashion. She shared: “It can be very complex and that often feels discouraging – many people don’t know what to do, where to start, or if their action will make any difference. I always recommend deciding what a top priority is for you and using that as a guide, so it might be reducing plastic, ensuring living wages, focusing on organic/non-toxic products, or another priority. It’s impossible to check all the boxes and make a perfectly sustainable choice, so having an area of focus makes it easier to navigate sustainable fashion.

I also think it’s important to emphasize that sustainable fashion goes beyond what we buy. Actions such as how we wash/care for our clothes are also very important as well as what we do with our clothing when it’s no longer needed. Additionally, citizens can have a valuable impact by spreading awareness and encouraging better industry regulation.”

#19 Everything Is Vintage Except The Boots. Still On The Hunt For A Yellow Purse But We Make Do With What We Have ?

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#20 Jacqueline Kennedy Wednesday Addams Core ??????

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#21 My Boots Arrived

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Social media and influencer culture can sometimes perpetuate a “buy more” mentality, contradicting the principles of sustainability. We asked Verena to share some tips for mindful consumption and how we can resist the pressure of constant consumerism in the fashion realm.

“Unfortunately, social media can often feel like one big advertisement. I am a big fan of doing a ‘digital declutter’ a few times a year – this involves critically looking at who you’re following/what content you’re consuming and if it’s having an overall negative or positive impact on you. So unfollow people who make you feel bad or are regularly encouraging you to shop, and unsubscribe from brands who fill your inbox with sales and promotions. It’s also very helpful to understand what our personal triggers are that make us want to shop, so it could be stress or an emotional trigger, sales or social media, other people/social triggers, etc. If we can connect the dots and identify shopping triggers then we can address them or channel them into other activities,” shared Verena.

#22 I’m A Sucker For Stripes

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#23 Wore An Incredible Gown From The 60s Last Night

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#24 Vintage Find At The Thrift Store 🙂 70’s I Think????

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And lastly, we were wondering how Thrifted engages with the local community to promote the importance of sustainable fashion and encourage customers to embrace vintage clothing as a stylish and eco-friendly choice. Brogan wrote: “Our most recent venture to engage with customers was our Piccadilly Pop Up store. We decided that a great way to reach out to customers, both old and new, was to put a store in a traditional high street environment where fast fashion is everywhere. It was a great way for customers to not only engage with Thrifted staff and learn about circular fashion but to also see the clothing in person and see that sustainable fashion can also be affordable and on-trend just like fast fashion is. In the past we have launched a F*ck Fast Fashion campaign which is still available to read on our website. We decided to sell t-shirts, tote bags and hoodies with our ‘F*ck Fast Fashion, Shop Vintage’ slogan across it and largely sold out. We also engaged the general public by putting stickers around London and getting people to spot them. To further educate people on circular fashion and that it’s not just about buying second-hand clothing only, we have produced a ‘7-Point Sustainable Shopper Checklist’ which lists all ways you can be more environmentally friendly when buying clothing.”

#25 Photo On The Left Of My Great Grandma In Her “Roller Skating Outfit” That She Sewed And Embroidered Herself As A Teenager. Me, On The Right, Wearing Her Same Outfit 70+ Years Later

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#26 Taking Out My Dinner Jacket And Tuxedo Trousers For This Saturday. What Do You Think?

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#27 I Made These Flares With 1976 Laura Ashley Fabric And Then Made A Matching Scarf!

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#28 Vintage 70s Satin Disco Bell Bottom Set

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#29 Claudia Cape And Dress – Vintage 1950s Inspired Outfit

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#30 Dressing Appropriately For The Season ??

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#31 I Finally Learned How To Tie My Hair Scarf Like The Factory Women Of Wwii!

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#32 My 60s 18th Birthday Party!!???

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#33 I Bought This Fabulous 60s/70s Dress And Had A Fun Photoshoot With My Friend!

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#34 I Went To A Vintage Car Show!

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#35 My 1920’s Fit To Go To A Broadway Show

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#36 Work Fit From Yesterday !

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#37 My Coworker Told Me That I Remind Her Of An Old Lady But In A Good Way

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#38 What Does Anyone Think Of This

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#39 A Vintage “Starry Night” Costume, 1926

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#40 Dripping In Gold 1930s Bias Cut Gown Try-On And Pics Of Inside Garment Construction

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#41 Took My Great Grandmothers 1954 Prom Dress Out To See Glenn Miller Orchestra With My Boy

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#42 My Thanksgiving Dress!

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#43 Was Asked To Post The 70s Fashion I Was Into That I Mentioned On My Wife’s 50s Fashion Post. I Love Everything 70s, Even Though It Makes Me Look Goofy

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#44 I Can’t Pick A Decade, I Just Kinda Mix And Match Until It Feels Right

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#45 Got This 70s Inspired Dress Today For

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#46 Found This Beautiful Blue Vintage Wedding Dress At A Local Thrift Shop

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#47 Though My Girlfriend Wore A Modern Dress, I Took The Opportunity To Wear My 98 Year Old Tuxedo. I Very Much Enjoyed Finally Getting To Wear This And Getting To Do So On The Birthday Of Someone I Love So Dearly

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#48 My Marilyn Monroe Inspired Look For Junior Prom!

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#49 Feeling Very Femme And Classic In This Outfit

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#50 Blue Vintage Dress With Pearl Button Accent!

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#51 The Vintage Gunne Sax Dress I Wore For My Wedding, It Was My Dream Dress ?

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#52 Got This 70s Suit Off Etsy

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#53 My Birthday Outfit ?

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#54 Feeling Like Alice In Wonderland In This 70s Dress ?

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#55 Amazing Vintage Find At A Local Secondhand Store! Can’t Believe How Well It Fits, I Have No Clue How To Wear The Hat Though

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#56 I’ve Always Loved Smoking Jackets And No One Does It Like Ralph Lauren ☺️ The Maroon Velvet Is Perfect For The Spooky Season

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#57 For Those Who Were Asking How My Grandma Kept Her 1953 Dress So Beautifully White Over The Decades… She Didn’t! I Had It Professionally Restored. Details Inside The Post!

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#58 I Just Wanted To Show Off Briefly My Outfit I Wore To Watch The Queens Funeral Down At My Local Pub

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#59 I Was Thinking Gilded Glamour ?

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#60 Took My Hat Off And Some Girls Said I Look Like A Hood Rich Willy Wonka ?

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#61 Thrifted This Traditional Chinese Dress What Do You Think?

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#62 In My 1950s-Inspired Coat And I Feel Like I Could Hang Out With Mrs. Maisel ?

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#63 Betty White 1948

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#64 ❤️my Mom’s Sweater From The 70s. She’s Been Gone 18 Years

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#65 Did A Princess Diana Inspired Outfit To Take Pictures Of Me And My Puppy/Kitten

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#66 Dress From The 80s?

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#67 Another Piece From My Vintage Collection! 1960’s Cotton Gingham Dress With Unique Smocking Detail, Haven’t Seen Anything Quite Like It Before!

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#68 All Vintage All Under $40

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#69 Vintage Looking Pair Of Denim Trousers I Made For Myself

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#70 Realised I Never Posted The 70s Inspired Fit I Wore For My Dad’s Wedding

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#71 Classic Vintage

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#72 Found This Beautiful Piece. Any Idea On Price Or Age? (Found An Identical One Sold On Depop For $175, But I Only Got This For $5!)

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#73 I Made This Dress Using A Vintage Pattern From 1957

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#74 Velvet Vintage 50s Dress (And My Cherry Pie Purse) ?

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#75 Went To A Belle Epoque Festival… Felt Like Vintagespotting

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#76 Fabulous Find: A 70s Giorgio Di Sant’angelo

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#77 Has Anyone Ever Seen An Evening Bag Like This Before?

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#78 1950s Jewelry And Ad. The Necklace Is My Favorite

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#79 I Found This Vintage Wedding Dress And It Makes Me Happy Even Though I Have No Reason To Wear It!

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#80 Why Did We Stop Dressing Like This ?

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#81 Thought I’d Share Some Photos From My Wedding Wearing My Grandma’s 1953 Wedding Gown!

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#82 Coat Is Made In Montreal In 1974, Found At Eva D Vintage In Montreal ??️✨

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#83 My 1950s Inspired Swim Set!

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#84 Sometimes I Forget I Own The Most Princessy Dress Ever?

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#85 Took A Photo Of My Friend Faith In An Antique Victorian/Edwardian Dress

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#86 A Photo Of Me Taken By A Friend In 2017

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#87 Found A Canali Jacket For $8 At The Local Red Cross Charity Shop Today. I Don´t Find Stuff From Canali Very Often So I Was Really Thrilled. I Know It´s Not Fashionable At The Moment Due To The Cut But I Love It. I´ve Been Unfashionable My Whole Life So It´s Not An Issue For Me. I Like What I Like

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#88 Thrifted This Vintage Cheongsam/Qipao

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#89 1940s Wedding Dress I Acquired! There Is No Wedding. I Just Didn’t Want Anyone Else To Have It

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#90 This Stunning German 1920s Wedding Dress Was Gifted To Me, More In The Comments!

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#91 My Vintage Inspired Outfit For A Memorable Service

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#92 My Grandma When She Was Still Living In Iraq (More Info In Comments)

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#93 A Friend Turned 50 And I Attended The Party. The Dress Code Was Casual But She Told Me I Was More Than Welcome To Turn Up In One Of My “Fancy” (Her Words) 3-P Suits. I Obliged, Putting On This Linen Suit And A Vintage Fedora. I Felt A Bit Overdressed But She Loved The Outfit

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#94 Massive Fan Of This Gorgeous 80’s/90’s Wool Coat I Got In A Charity Shop A Bit Ago

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#95 Found My Mom’s Homecoming Dress From 1974 In The Basement

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#96 My 1940s Inspired Look To Match One Of My Typewriters. In This Case, A Remington Rand

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#97 Had Some Fun With My Vintage Suitcase Today

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#98 I Just Wanted To Say Thanks Again To All Of You Who Helped Find My Mom’s Sweater For Me, And For All Your Kind Words. It Really Meant The World To Me ?

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#99 Snapped This Lady At A Vintage Fair! Aren’t Those Glasses Amazing??

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#100 I Tried To Dress Like A 1940s Librarian, Ended Up 1980s Secretary

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#101 Little Vintage Academia Look Today

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#102 Recently Found This Wedding Dress In A Thrift Store. Any Ideas On Timeframe?

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#103 I’ve Been Collecting For Years But This Piece Just Won Me Over!

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#104 Went All Dressed Up To Go To The Beach

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#105 Are The ’90s Too Far Back For Vintage Fashion….the 1790s

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#106 Psychedelic Ootd

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#107 A Vintage Dress By Gina Fratini , 1970’s

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#108 A Petal Vintage Evening Dress By Charles James, 1951

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#109 Vikki “The Back” Dougan, Nicknamed For Her Iconic, Backless Dresses And The Inspiration For Jessica Rabbit. ?

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#110 Time To Bring These Baddies Out

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#111 My New Dress ♥️

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#112 I Really Should Wear This Dress More Often

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#113 Found This Vintage Oscar De La Renta Dress And Coat For $50 The Other Day!

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#114 Ever Since I Was A Kid I Loved French Provencal Skirts And I Started Collecting Them In 2019. Here Are A Few Photos Of The Ones I Got So Far

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#115 So Far This My Favorite Vintage Dress!

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#116 1950s Inspired Outfit From When I Saw The Batman! 🙂

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#117 I’m Obsessed With This Set Of 50’s Jacket & Skirt! Wore It With A Vintage Rhinestone Brooch And An Avon Pendant

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#118 Who Said Pregnancy Can’t Be Glamorous? Cloaks, Folks!!! This One Is A 70s Jaeger Double Knit. And Picked Up This Stunning Fur Hat From The Local Vintage Fair!

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#119 Polish Collector Here, These Are My Still Usable 1951 Dura-Gloss Shell Pastels And The Accompanying Ad I Have. Swatches Are Two Coats With No Top Coat ?

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#120 It’s Giving 70s Vibes! ?

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#121 I Dress Vintage Fashion Ranging From 1890 To 1980 Every Day, Ama

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#122 Can I Get In On The Vintage Wedding Gown Obsession?

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#123 This Picture Was From The Last Tuesday! I Really Dig My Outfit, But The Florida Humidity Wasn’t Giving Me Any Mercy On My Hair

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#124 Meanwhile,back In 1999

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#125 I Found The Most Gorgeous Vintage Dress! I Am Thinking About Cutting The Shoulder Pads Out Because I Have Quite Broad Shoulders Myself. What Do You Think? Should I Cut Them Out?

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#126 It Was Made A Long Time Ago, But I Think It Was Made For Me. I Got Her Last Night At Goodwill Had To Take These Pics Today. Idgaf I’m In Love And So Happy! (Pics By Annoyed Pre-Teen)

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#127 My Grace Kelly Inspired Outfit From The Other Day 🙂

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#128 Thrifted 1980’s Wedding Dress I Thought To Share Here 🙂

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#129 I Made This 1950s Outfit Recently!

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#130 The Thrift Gods™ Have Been Absolutely Blessing Me Lately

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#131 Recently Thrifted This Dior Slip Dress. Is It Legit?

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#132 Me And My Boyfriend In Our 1930ish Rural German Wedding Outfits

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#133 Here Is A 70s’s Dress I Sewed From A Vintage Pattern

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#134 Champagne Pink Samsonite Folding Wardrobe, Anyone Know Resell Value? Brand New, Never Used! Appears From The 60-70’s

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#135 Took The Plunge And Got A 1920s Louise Brooks Style Bob. I Have Dabbled In The Shingled Look, But Always Steward Clear Of The More Blunt Cut. I’m Having Lots Of Fun Styling It. Sorry About Flair It Seemed The Closest Fit

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#136 My Beautiful New Skirt For $10! I Was Told It Is 1950’s

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#137 Absolutely Smitten With This Wedding Gown. They Hung It In The Thrift Shop As I Was Leaving And I Snapped It Right Up For $12. (Photo Of The Back Was Altered To Hide My Tattoo, It Isn’t Discoloured.)

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#138 Amazing 1970s Dress In Perfect Condition! Almost Screamed When I Saw It First

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#139 Favorite Blouse I’ve Made ??✨

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#140 ~a Very Vintage Valentines!?~

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#141 80s Avon Secretary Dress ?

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