3522-000058.jpgAs a self-proclaimed budget-nista(yes…I made it up), I revel at the challenge of re-creating all of the runway trends of the season on a more cost efficient budget. I’ve learned over the years that quality is essential in a wardrobe, but going broke is not mandatory to achieve this. So you ask where does one start on their journey? Vintage and Re-sale stores are an excellent place to begin. There are countless bargains and fashionable one of a kind items waiting to be found. Let me give you a small example of the treasures you can find while thrifting. I scored a brand new w/tags ribbed Chanel Tank Top for $2, the retail price tag read $500! And that’s just one of the many deals I find on a regular basis. To give you a jump start on your new found mission I’ve compiled a few of my favorite online vintage shops for your viewing pleasure. Oh and one last reason why vintage shopping is a plus, its another great method of recycling and assisting in the conservation of the beautiful world we live in!

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  • Hey Ladies,

    Thanks for all of the comments…Don’t forget to checkout your local Salvation Army Stores…Most of them have a 50% off all merchandise day!

  • Lish

    i wear a large and it is very hard to find cute vintage clothing in my size. Will those websites provide a variety for a woman my size?

  • Precious Rubenstein

    Yeah…if you are plus sized, or even above a size 12, vintage shopping is pretty much nil. Especially since clothes were cut and designed for smaller frames in the past. So this advice does not work for ‘size sexy” gals.