Oh the joy that shopping brings. When you have found that one piece that has been on your list forever and you hand over your credit card to swipe and finalize the purchase, it can be liberating. No more searching, no more wondering and hoping that you will find that item on your next shopping adventure.
So what’s next? After you have sorted through the sale bins and found a bunch of full priced items, anyone would assume that you would be satisfied. But yet there is still more to be desired. Because, shopping does not end at the mall, in a boutique, or at your closet doors. It has an immortal like quality that keeps many fashion followers coming back for more.
Believe it or not there are different types of shopping. There is boutique shopping, where one heads to the local mall and buys what is on trend for the season. There is outlet shopping, where one heads to a local outlet and buys designer goods at a fraction of the price. And, then there is vintage shopping, the kind of shopping that is rarely spoken of in the fashion world because the craving is always for something new and fresh, not old and historical. So to satisfy the cravings of those who love to purchase something that has a story and believe in nostalgia, a list has been created of the best places for vintage shopping.
www.RustyZipper.com this store has everything that a vintage shopping fanatic could want. From vintage patterns to denim bell bottoms, there is something to be desired on every end of the shopping spectrum. Be sure to get on the list for new releases of vintage merchandise.
www.Momspatterns.com this store has stocked every vintage pattern available up until the early and late 90s. Stay on the list of best customers and you will receive incentives like coupon codes to get a percentage off or free shipping.
www.etsy.com this marketplace sells everything. From baby booties to vintage ball gowns. You can be sure to find something that you had not already desired in the shops of Etsy. Find a shop you like and see if there is an email list that you can sign up to for special offers and announcement of new arrivals.
www.goodwill.com this store stocks rare gems that are hard to find even in the most popular marketplaces. There are vintage barbies, video games, jewelry, and clothing. Keep a list of all your favorite items and place a bid when the time is right.
www.ebay.com this is the go to marketplace for just about anything. From soaps, to home decor, and most of all vintage apparel and accessories. Some of the best vintage pieces are up for bid so get a competitive streak going if you don’t already have one.
Vintage shopping is a rare form of shopping that many do not consider because of the constant craving for something new. When one does consider to shop for vintage items there is always a surprise hidden in a mountain of rusty trinkets.
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