For me doesn't matter, old or new, cheap or expensive.. As long as i am loving every single part of what i am buying and even if pay only with only minimum €1 but as long as i have the love over the item i already considered super expensive. Remember guys! Loves is essentials! Haha.. Please remember too that, expensive shit doesn't mean it will look super expensive on you. It is important that you know how to style it. It can always be against you when you not how how to play with the style. So, lets talk about this so call fashion backward stuff or easy to say Vintage. By right in my previous articles i was already gave you some tips about how to recognized between new era of second hand item vs classical vintage item. Let begin with :
- Do some research Ok, imagine yourself what will you do when you need to buy a brand new laptop for yourself. I am pretty sure you are going to look for the best options, going to one of another shopping mall/shop to see what is the latest technology or what is on trend rite now. So, is the same about buying classical vintage clothes. Always first go to the normal store (Zara, H&M or any kind of your favourite shop. So you can see what their latest trend/collection they have.
- Then, once you know what is a key of the hottest/latest trend in the market.. as an example (overtheknee style, over sized style, long coats, boyfriend/rugjeans/fauxfurr sweater/jacket) you must know part of this trend are also existing during this generations. So in order for you not to look to much fashion backwards, you can always buy accordingly based on the latest trend.
- Every detail take part. Even the print/pattern/style/colour and etc. You know when i buy something classical i always want to make sure that the items i bought are adaptable to be place in my mix and match games between modern and classical. It is important because whenever old and backwards can always still look bad on me.
- So, that is the only tips i can offer to you! Remember! Be happy when you purchase, please no doubt on your heads, and your clearly know what to do with those clothes you are buying. But count on me! if you need my extra guide over this classical vintage issue! Just knock me! haha!! ehh ehh i mean just ask me!
Details : Dress Vintage by Thinktwice Leuven
Cardigan Sweater : Zara
Sneakers : Adidas Superstar (Phython edition)
Scarf : Vintage by MeltingPotKilo Brussels
Tote Handbag : Burberry vestiairecollective