Vintage styling: the ethical way to stand out.

Christina is the owner of Vintage Markt, a great vintage clothing store in Stuttgart, Germany. Since she is the right person to give you tips on how to find and shop for great vintage clothes, I decided to pay her a visit.

We ended up doing an experiment where we created 24 vintage outfits out of 8 tops and 6 bottoms. We used 48 Wonder Wardrobe methods to create these 2 small but different vintage capsule wardrobes.

She told us all about the process of how her store gets the best items and why vintage is a great way to transition your wardrobe towards a more sustainable one. 

If you'd like to know more about vintage clothes, follow Christina on Instagram or on her blog: http://madame-chrisi.fashion

 
 

 

If you'd like to learn how to do this for yourself,

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WHAT IS THE FASHION REVOLUTION MOVEMENT?

Fashion Revolution is a movement that’s turning fashion into a force for good.

It asks us to be curious about the clothes we wear and the question ‘who made my clothes?’. It’s a tough question to answer, and not many brands can, but we need to start questioning where our clothes come from and who made them.

Here’s a crazy fact...it takes 2720 liters of water to produce 1 t-shirt. That’s how much you and I will drink over 3 years! Making clothing takes a huge amount of resources. And sadly, so much of our clothing ends up in a landfill. In fact, in the USA, about 11 million tonnes of
it ends up in a landfill. And about 95% of that could have been recycled or upcycled.

We need to rethink how we buy, wear and dispose of fashion.

That’s why we made this video. To prove that you don’t need to buy new clothes to enjoy a haul!

I hope you liked it! You could try one yourself. Download the guide at www.fashionrevolution.org/haulternative and remember to tag it with #haulternative. 

 

Do you have any vintage items in your wardrobe? Where are they from, for how long have you had them and how do you style them into your wardrobe? Let's chat!