Now I know many Fashionista/os thrive off shopping in the best boutiques for the newest hot off the machine apparel. Believe me, there is nothing better than the thrill and confidence boost that a freshly purchased top does for you. However lately I have been getting sick of the mass produced department store clothing and I have been craving that something different. This Fashionista reminded me to fill my void with vintage clothing from local resale shops or flea markets.
At times chain stores like Forever21 and H&M have amazing patterns and prints but it’s easy to forget that the dress you admire is being sold in hundreds of other stores at the same time. Taking a break and heading to vintage shops will ensure that the dress you admire is unique and a lot less people will be contemplating the purchase.This Fashionista had no hesitation when it came to purchasing this pale blue floral vintage dress. This is definitely not something that you will see on a store shelf right now but yet it incorporates the must have trend of floral prints for the summer. One of my favorite parts of this Fashionista’s outfit is the way she mixed a vintage dress with a new pair of shoes. Mixing the old with the new is truly this easy! To get this outfit, try this floral dress from an online vintage store with this pair of new heels from Aldo.
So this week, remember to take a break from your mass produced clothing and check out your local vintage shops and flea markets for that one-of-a-kind piece to incorporate into your wardrobe.