Sunday, 21 April 2013

Fashion: The Vintage Wardrobe

The Vintage Wardrobe; A treasure trove of fashion marvels

People often assume that London is the best place for vintage shopping clearly they have never heard of The Vintage Wardrobe.
An online closet full to the brim with one off wonders and pieces you haven’t seen since the 60s (either on yourself or on your mum) The Vintage Wardrobe will undoubtedly provide you with an unique piece you will keep forever.

Started up by just last year by Sameera Al-Hilley, a self-confessed 1960s enthusiast, Vintage Wardrobe currently boasts a collection with clothes and accessories from the 60s, 70s, 80s and 90s. Whether you are a grunge Goddess inspired by Courtney Love and Drew Barrymore or a 70s siren who loves the fashion of Farrah Fawcett and Jane Fonda you must check out Vintage Wardrobe for some old school styling.
Although based in the North West products are available to buy online and Sameera often travels to vintage fairs across the North West, so keep your eyes peeled for the Vintage Wardrobe you may be able to snap up your own retro fashion gem. Sameera also states that every care is taken when choosing which products she picks; “I source pieces for The Vintage Wardrobe all over the country, and I'm very particular about quality and wearability, to ensure that I provide amazing vintage pieces to other vintage lovers.”
What is also great about Vintage Wardrobe is that the website is simple to navigate, you can sort by product type, cost and even era. So if you are perhaps invited to a 80s night out pop over to the Vintage Wardrobe website for the perfect party staple which you could modernize for every day wear or even keep it old school in head to toe vintage.
Price starts at just £15, which is a small price to pay to own a piece of fashion history, if you fancy picking up a floral blouse form the 60s or a skater skirt from the 90s you can check out Vintage Wardrobe here.
You can also check out this article over at The Upcoming!

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