rompers in hideous prints, and old leather oxfords.It's like streamlined thrifting, but with higher prices. It's kind of funny to think that I would sell my vintage clothes only to turn around and buy other vintage clothes, but I guess that whole trash vs treasure thing is true.
So during all of my hunting and clicking and oogling away I realized something... PEOPLE ARE POSTING ITEMS FROM THE EARLY 90'S AS VINTAGE. "Grunge" fashion is now considered a sub-category of vintage. This, of course led to a near breakdown where I felt as though I practically have one foot in the grave. And to make it all even worse, pleople are actually trying to sell cut off Wranglers for like THIRTY FREAKING DOLLARS. I will give you a quarter for that crap at a garage sale. Geeze. I guess vintage means price gouge the crap out of everything from your mom's worst dressed list.