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Many Reasons To Love Vintage Clothing In Today's Fast Paced And Skimpy World

Vintage clothing is without a doubt one of the most popular and widespread trends in the fashion world today. If you would like to find out more information about this topic, then continue reading.


In today's fast paced world of tight and skimpy clothes where majority of them come from either China or Thailand, little is left to be creative when it comes to fashion. People are dictated by fashion magazines of what are the latest trends and what item of clothes look good and what doesn't. When there are individuals who do not follow these trends, they are called losers because they are not 'in'. Certain female celebrities are regarded as fashionistas because only they can get away with wearing couture dresses without looking odd, mixing and matching outfits that ideally clash but somehow they make look good together. These perplex the general consumer as to what they should wear without being ostracized by the public.

What most fashionistas, stylists and magazine editors won't tell people is that they have found their inspirations from vintage clothing. Vintage clothing is generally worn by people in decades passed, as early as the nineteen hundreds, second hand clothes to be precise. Back then, clothes were made with quality in mind and therefore their craftsmanship is highly regarded compared to today's low quality factory made clothes which is why these clothes have lasted so long. Their high quality and craftsmanship are also the reason why vintage clothes are worth so much. That is why for the serious fashionista, they collect vintage clothes from the world's top designers like Versace, Chanel, Pucci and many others because they know that in time these clothes would appreciate in value not just in style. This is also one of the reasons why world renowned celebrity stylist Rachel Zoe goes 'bananas' for this kind of clothing as shown in her reality show.

However, not everyone is Rachel Zoe. They cannot afford to buy such masterpieces from such designers. So for those with limited budget, the best sources for vintage clothing are thrift shops and their grandmother's closets or trunks. Looking for vintage clothes is similar to treasure hunting because one has to dig for that one perfect dress, jacket or shirt under a mountain of fashion items. When one finds a piece, it is very easy to modernize it with the help of a sewing machine and imagination. Many shows and movies have shown that this is possible; shows like Project Runway, 24-Hour Catwalk, Dresscue Me and Jane by Design and movies such as 'Pretty in Pink' all showed that by recycling old clothes into new, one can be the most fashionable person in the world without spending an arm and a leg.

This is also the reason why there is a boom in vintage clothing stores. People have become more open to the idea that they can be unique with their clothes and show their personalities through them. Another positive reason for the boost in interest to vintage clothing is because it is more environmentally friendly than buying new clothes, which is of the moment the trend today. By shopping and wearing this type of clothingArticle Submission, any fashionista can hit two birds with one stone gladly and willingly.


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ABOUT THE AUTHOR


Joseph Gund is a marketing assistant at Phix Clothing, a UK-based online retailer which specialises in trendy and fashionable vintage clothing and retro clothing for men and women. All clothes are shipped worldwide.



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