My fave place for online vintage finds

My fave place for online vintage finds

Lately I’m very much into finding the perfect vintage items. It started with getting addicted to vintage denim.

Then I rediscovered Etsy, where I found some awesome vintage designer items. If you don’t know Etsy it’s definitely worth checking out. On this platform you’ll find a lot of different sellers selling mainly cool DIY & vintage pieces. Basically this is the place where you go if you want to get something unique. Whether it’s hand-made stationery, someone’s vintage designer collection or a few cool pins or badges to customize that denim jacket with, Etsy is going to help you out!

This weekend I got a “little” vintage something at a designer sale, which you might have seen on Instagram stories. I’m talking about the Chanel bag! I didn’t get this one at Etsy, but I saw that there are sellers selling vintage Chanel. So if you’re looking for that – or for a drawing of a Chanel bag if that’s more within your budget – I would definitely check them out.

So, I’m not going to drag this any longer and tell you what I got: it’s the Moschino belt! This belt is such a classic piece and I love the fact that I found a vintage one. It’s perfect to wear with my high waisted jeans, but I also can’t wait to wear it in summer with long summer dresses. Such a good find and I love the fact that there was no other belt like this on the website.

I also ordered a few pins for customizing and a vintage Saint Laurent jacket, so stay tuned to see those coming up!

What I was wearing

Coat Karen Millen / Jeans Levi’s vintage / Belt Moschino vintage via Etsy / Bag Chanel / Boots Vagabond via Tits Store

This post was created in collaboration with Etsy


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