We're absolutely loving this lookbook for Audrey Grace Boutique, shot by one of our favourite photographers Eleanor Hardwick, Just in case you're late to the party, Audrey Grace is a boutique based out of Jackson, Mississippi and New York City, that stocks the prettiest items from some of our favourite designers including Lady Petrova, Alexandra Grecco, The Hiding Tree, Dookielicious and many more. This whimsical 70s inspired lookbook features the lovely vintage items stocked in the boutique, but we suggest you also pop over to their online store to check out all of the other designer items for sale.
Vintalier is a vintage, pre-loved clothing and accessories store in Portland, OR that began in 2009 as a blog to help people find and fall in love with unique vintage pieces and keep up on fashion trends. Two years later, they began selling a curated collection of their own. Vintalier’s mission is to improve the vintage shopping experience and to celebrate it as easy, fun and often more affordable than traditional or mainstream retail. We're diggin' their latest Spring/Summer collection - especially the polka dot maxi dress! You can shop the Vintalier look here.
This lovely collection from Wasteland is absolutely swoon worthy. Beautiful vintage one-offs as well as designer pieces - fresh from fashion designer Erin Fetherstons, closet and straight to the wasteland online store. The lookbook featuring model Kristen Upshaw and shot by Joshua Spencer, is full of colour, gorgeous wallpapers and plenty of vintage gems.
Some of you are probably already familiar with the online vintage store House of Maryanne but for those who aren't it's a carefully edited collection of vintage clothing and accessories from Australia and around the world, curated by Maryanne Bridges. We're excited to show you their latest lookbook 'TRUE PREP' - a beautiful British vintage styled shoot by Lauren Bamford, that screams old school. You can see the current collection and buy directly on their Facebook page.
Blessthatdress is an online vintage clothing shop that sells both women's and men's attire. All items are dead stock - meaning they are first hand and in good condition. Some are unique, others can be found in different sizes and colours. So if you like clothes from a time when getting dressed really mattered and factors like design, cut and singularity had true importance, then you may want to check it out. Prices start from around $10 to $150.
Brisbane based, Mais Oui Vintage is the story of one girl, an adventure of unexpected delights, witty and profound European vintage hoarding, unrequited love, flushed smiles and lots of beautiful dresses. Their vintage finds are sourced from all over the world, making them perfect items for anyone who hates having to worry about wearing the same thing as someone else at a soirée. We love Mais Oui and we have a feeling you guys will too.