Vintage shopping can take a lot of time and effort. While this usually makes for a fun treasure hunt, sometimes you have an event or special occasion coming up quick, and you just don’t have time to dig through the racks of multiple thrift stores. This doesn’t mean you need to settle for something run-of-the-mill though! I have had a lot of luck finding things from ASOS online. They have great prices and lots of unique vintage inspired pieces, plus, they have free shipping both ways, which is always a bonus! They are having an AMAZING sale right now, so I wanted to just highlight a few of my favorite pieces- all under $50!
This cute little dress has such a mod flair to it. The classic silhouette is very reminiscent of the 60’s and the pattern will help you stand out in any crowd.
I love how this blouse is styled- but it would look just as great with a pair of skinnies and boots. The ruffles on the sleeves add a unique flair to an otherwise basic peasant blouse. Plus, the 70’s look is totally trending right now!
This shirt gives off some seriously Katherine Hepburn vibes to me. With a wide leg trouser and some sunnies this is the perfect chic cool-girl look. Plus, that detail down the front adds a little extra to a crisp white shirt.
I’m a sucker for a cool denim skirt. The contrast stitching, front pockets, and buttons on this one make for an awesome 70’s-inspired staple.
We got a good few inches of snow this weekend and it doesn’t look like it’s gonna let up, so I’m dreaming of sunny days and summer. A pair of chunky mod sunnies finishes off any look with a bit of vintage flair, plus who doesn’t like seeing the world through rose colored lenses?
How darling is this clutch? Little beaded bags are always my favorite things to find at vintage stores, but sometimes they can be really pricey or so delicate and tiny I’m afraid to actually put anything in them. This little box clutch has a great art deco vibe, comes with a shoulder chain, and will match any going-out outfit.
Do you have any retailers you love for vintage-inspired pieces? Let me know!