I love vintage BUT I make sure I wash every item before wearing them!
Hear hear! Love second hand, it seems silly to spend money on something mass produced and poor quality when you can get decent, hardly worn, unique stuff for a fraction of the price.Hell yes! I don't buy new clothes in general, for two reasons. I don't have money for those uniquish, great looking clothes I would love to wear, and my style doesn't allow me to wear much of those H&M mass-production clothes. And anyway I'm very poor, so I shop in second-hand. All my wardrope is from those places, except stockings and underwear.
Sorry, the only vintage shops I know are in Leicester! That said, there are meant to be some amazing ones in the posher places. If you go to South Ken/Chelsea people will quite happily give a dress they've worn once to a charity shop. It's a lot more expensive though!oh its not in london i'm afraid its in rochester, where i live outside of term-time.
do you know any good vintage shops in london? i'd be interested to find some too!
i love asian ebay stores!!! plus all the models are so thin and cute, thinspo and shopping makes an awesome combinationWith me being a somewhat "gothy" type, second hand stores can be really handy! Although I almost never remember to go to them.>_< I get most of my stuff from chinese and Japanese sellers on ebay.:3
Ahh yes.OwO Literally the only problem I have is, things will fit me just fine, except everything is too short on me because Asians tend to be very petite and I'm a bit lanky.D: Hahai love asian ebay stores!!! plus all the models are so thin and cute, thinspo and shopping makes an awesome combination
aha, yes, i always check the length before i buy it, some of the clothes would barely cover my bumAhh yes.OwO Literally the only problem I have is, things will fit me just fine, except everything is too short on me because Asians tend to be very petite and I'm a bit lanky.D: Haha
I got MAC lipstick and blusher for £1 each from them though..O_O