Another set of unpublished photos I found are with one of my favourite vintage dresses. 😍 I got it couple of years ago, when I was searching for pretty vintage dresses on Etsy. Well, there's a spoiler for the rest of the post, Esty is one of the places with great vintage finds, but more about that later. There are many great things about vintage clothes, first is definitely a fact that they don't make some of those cuts anymore. Even in this Renaissance of different cuts from all the past eras, somehow you just know when the cut is the real deal. If you ever had vintage pieces, you'll know what I'm talking about, and if not, I swear I'm not crazy. 😂 Second is the obvious question of fast fashion and going against it. Don't get me wrong, I love fast fashion, even too much. Still, it is a fact that we are buying way too much clothes we do not need and we are damaging the Planet by producing all of that unnecessary stuff. Vintage clothes is made with better materials, so it will last you longer and is not on trend or stylish so you can wear it for many years to come.

So where would one go to find all those great vintage pieces? Obvious place to start is thrift stores and vintage shops. There are different kinds of shops, some people love small vintage stores with just a couple of items, some prefer huge thrift stores where you can find everything from furniture and books to clothes. I love them both, you can find unique items in each one. Reality is that in today's day and age we prefer shopping online more and more. Although vintage items belong to previous, wi-fi free eras, best way to sell and buy them remains to be the Internet realm. In my experience there are a couple of places (websites and apps) that won't let you down. I would recommend to always check Ebay first. Especially when it comes to bags. It's been here for ages, which means there are many experienced sellers there with top notch items in great condition. 

For those that are not fans of bidding (even though there are some fixed price items on Ebay as well) Depop might be a good option. In my experience Depop prices tend to run a bit higher than those on Ebay, but who knows, maybe you'll get lucky and run into some with lower prices. Also, Depop app is quite handy, if you prefer using apps than websites this one is for you. While I found most of my pretty vintage bags on Ebay, most of my real vintage clothes comes from Etsy. This dress included. I adore Etsy vintage shops, people who run them do know their stuff and are really passionate about it, which I like a lot. Last one is websites like The RealReal. Now, I don't have much experience with those so I can't tell you which is the best one, I used to shop on Edrop-off back in the day, but their auctions also go through Ebay so it's practically shopping on Ebay. If you are interested in these I'm sure you can find some reviews online, but I believe you can find everything you want in the places I mentioned before. 
P. S. Great place to check is always your Mom's or Grandma's closet. I do this so much that my sister is getting annoyed with me for wearing all of our Mom's best pieces. 😅

Vintage dress
Calvin Klein shoes
Hat attack bag
Ray Ban sunglasses
Vintage and Ti Sento rings
Vintage bracelet
No brand earrings