Any fashion lover worth her stilettos understands the power of vintage. What was once a mainstay for hip downtowners and broke college students is now a widespread style prerequisite.
Wearing vintage clothing, accessories and shoes is now the mainstream and there are tons of vintage sellers from Ebay, Etsy and independent stores.
While your local Salvation Army is still a gold mine for an 80s catsuit or an unearthed MCM bag, online sellers are taking out the hunt in thrift shopping and bringing you the goods right at the click of a mouse.
Looking for the perfect 50’s wiggle dress or fringed suede boots? Then, look no further than these 5 vintage sellers you need to know.
What started out as a blog to chronicle her love of vintage fashion has now blossomed into a full fledged business for Nicole Warne, owner and model at Gary Pepper Vintage. She has a great eye for thrift store finds with modern day style.
2. Fruition LV
All vintage is not created equal and the 80s designer vintage pieces at Fruition are a cut above the rest. If you’re willing to shell out for your treasures, they have everything from vintage Chanel, Fendi and Adidas. They also have a Las Vegas store that’s a favorite of celebs like Kanye West and M.I.A.
Are the 40s and 50s more your fashion twist? Posh Girl Vintage is dress heaven with a massive collection of dresses, coats and hats ranging from the 1920s to 1980s. Serious vintage collectors apply!
Another blogger turned shopkeeper, Shareen Sarwar has her finger on the pulse of Florida vintage and uncovers studded frocks, floral frocks and earthy jewels.
Perfectly curated and equally sweet, Adore Vintage is a throwback to dainty dresses and Mad Men style. A one woman operation, all pieces are handpicked, mended, photographed and shipped with care.
What are your favorite online vintage haunts?