Passenger Vintage

When you find vintage this good – in one well curated place – you want to just relish in it and buy all the perfectly weathered white tees, broken in denim, and dreamy white slip dresses for yourself. And not tell a soul. You feel me?! But my conscience got the better part of me and it would be selfish not to share. So here it is: Passenger Vintage. You’re welcome. And save some for me.

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(available at Passenger Vintage)

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11 Comments

  1. María wrote:

    Adore this style, such a shame it doesn’t suit me.
    Lots of love, xx

    http://www.marysreturn.com
    http://www.marysreturn.com

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  2. Louise wrote:

    Really just stunning, simply lovely <3

    http://www.thefacelessstyle.blogspot.com

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  3. mariel wrote:

    It’s companies like these that make me say “honestly wtf.” Really. Step away from the computer screen and head to a Good Will or Salvation Army to find a comfy, worn t-shirt or a painted up sweat shirt. Your purchases are for a good cause as well.

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  4. Maria wrote:

    I dont get why people would buy this…

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  5. Kati H-P wrote:

    I agree with Mariel and Maria, above. You can find actually good, well-crafted vintage that is not a hyped up old t-shirt from JC Penney, at any vintage shop or even thrift store. If you are looking for ratty old sweatshirts and jeans, just go to your local Goodwill, etc. Spend $1. Are people really paying $50 for a ratty old t-shirt with the belief that it has a custom patina?

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  6. If the clothes could tell us a story….
    xoxo
    Yael Guetta

    http://www.ftwwl.com

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  8. Mun wrote:

    <3

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  9. Alex wrote:

    I think you meant “conscience” instead of “conscious.” Well, unless you were knocked out and regained consciousness to write this post.

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  10. Alexis wrote:

    I am a thrift rat. You don’t find pieces like this at Goodwill. RESPECT.

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