The use of vintage clothing is a growing trend. The term is frequently mistaken with “retro” or “second hand,” although they are not the same thing.
Vintage clothing is defined as having been manufactured between 1920 and 2000 and yet retaining its original qualities (textiles, colors, quality, etc.).
Retro fashion, on the other hand, imitates prior decades but is made up of present replicas rather than original objects.
The beauty of vintage dressing is its history and quality; because the pieces had to be resistant and well crafted to survive, it gives them that extra seal of approval that allows you to create your own unique outfits while contributing to a sustainable fashion strategy.
Are you ready for a retro look?
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