Very, very long time no post. With uni, an internship, work and moving flats all happening within the last time this site was updated. It is finally time to put together another sustainable / eco-fashion post for you to all indulge in.
I felt like my summer holiday kind of came and went as I finished uni super early in April and soon after went to the amazing Love Saves the Day festival in Bristol, as well as a well-deserved gals hol after we completed all our assignments.
Despite having 0 festivals booked for the rest of summer, there are loads coming up so I’ve put together some of the hottest vintage brands to check out for retro pieces to create some of the wildest looks.
*Basically, all the inspiration I’ve taken from searching and mentally putting together looks for all the festivals I’m not even attending x
ON A SPORT VIBE
Vintage and pre-loved sportswear is a killer festival trend and it also means you can sport your favourite brands with old-school designs with all the 00’s nostalgia.
Proving some easy-to-style sports pieces that can be worn alongside a wild festi outfit or styled down for day-to-day. Brands ranging from Nike, Fila and Champion are all on offer.
2. 1999 Vintage
1999 Vintage is a personal fave as they are local AND just opened up an amazing store in Winchester’s Brooks shopping centre. I have featured them in a previous post which you can read HERE if you want to find out more about the brand. From vintage movie tees, sportswear and designer pieces from the likes of Tommy Hilfiger and Supreme, they have such a cool collection of styles that would look really good when styled for a festival as well as in any wardrobe.
Nordic poetry was always been on my radar when looking for fun ways to style rare and fun designer and logo-centric pieces. From super 00s printed kick flare jeans to adorable CK accessories, they really have it all. If you love to splash out a little more on some original finds then here is the place to look.
I’ve followed Rokit Vintage for a while and seen them grow so much as a brand and vintage re-seller. Whilst they can supply you with amazing original vintage and 90s pieces, their selection of YK2 garms are on point and perfect if that’s the looks you want to sport at your weekend of consuming way too many over-priced drinks. There is always loads of stock available and I personally think their trouser section is the best.
5. Bare Vintage
Bare vintage should be a go-to for anyone who loves all those classic Y2K designer brands, from amazing Dior bags to Fendi finds, they have an eclectic range of pieces that would make a whole outfit even if worn with the most basic look. If you like to invest in those dreamy, one-of-a-kind pieces, they are a great one to check out.