I have a guest blogger here today. This article was written by Sarah Oxley on behalf of ASOS Marketplace. Sarah is a fashion and vintage lover, who’s always on the lookout for the next vintage trend. Here is Sarah: ❤***❤***❤***❤***❤***❤***❤***❤***❤***❤***❤***❤***❤***❤***❤***❤***❤***❤***❤***❤***❤***❤
The Vintage Fashion Hotspot The fashion business is a tricky business, and it’s hard to get noticed in this fast paced industry. What’s in one day is out the other, or so they say. This is changing, because many styles are just too good to be completely abandoned. Vintage is making a big comeback in the fashion world, because people simply love 40s, 50s, 60s, 70, 80s (yes, even 80s) and 90s vintage dresses. The nostalgic charm of these styles inspire many new and upcoming designers to put their own personal twist on these vintage eras, and there’s one place where you can take a look at the latest vintage inspired fashion. ASOS Marketplace offers a platform for designers to share their latest creation in the form of a boutique, and to sell their creations through the Marketplace. For vintage lovers, this is a great place to shop, as there’s constantly new collections and boutiques joining the Marketplace. Popularity of designers can grow very quickly through ‘The People’s Runway’, a blog featuring some of the most popular photos and fashion pieces. To give you an idea of what you can see on the Marketplace, here are some examples of my personal boutique favourites:
E-Vintage E-Vintage has a wide range of vintage clothes for both women and men. They also provide lots of very colourful and different accessories, such as this bright and bold handbag, as well as the nifty purple belt, which really draws people’s eyes. The Navajo shirt is a design that used to feature in all sorts of clothing and items, so it’s nice to see it making a comeback. Bird On A Wire I very much like the versatility of Bird On A Wire. They commit to several different eras, but are nevertheless devoted to each one. Above are some items from their 60s inspired range, while below shows some of their 90s designs.
The Whitepepper The Whitepepper has a wide variety of designs and clothes for men and women, and although vintage is at their core, they manage to add a twist to everything thereby creating a brand new look. These are just some examples of the boutiques you can find on ASOS Marketplace. To find out how your vintage fashion can be featured visit the website here.