For several years we see the vintage trend and if you‘re trendy, you're cool, right?
Vintage is a trend that arises from different sentiments.
The realization that possession is not satisfying, results in sharing of things or using stuff together (co-using).
There is a desire for sustainability.
After the huge growth of the cheap fashionable brands, we yearn for sustainable products in times of crisis like now.
How nice is it to use these sustainable products time and time again!
Possibly they are a little adapted to new times with a different touch.
By using vintage products for example, you show that you care about your environment.
Vintage also has a tinge of nostalgia, the feeling of coziness or the feeling of “everything was better in the old days“.
Vintage is more than second hand stuff
The vintage trend began with the buying and selling of used clothing and furniture, but now you see vintage back in many more areas.
What do we mean by vintage?
The term “vintage” points to products or themes that go back to a broad period from the 1920's to the 80's.
- Used items that are reused without change
- Materials that are recycled, but have a different function
- New products get an old and used look (Retro Look)
Actually, if you look closely there are enough examples.
Certainly more Trendbubbles blogs are to be written about this topic, but here are some examples.
Trendbubbles is for you on the lookout for the coolest trends.
This time we found a webshop for you.
The Dutch website “Marktplaats” is natural in vogue for vintage products for years, but increasingly also other shops dare to jump into the vintage trend
We spotted two nice webshops for of second hand kidswear: VintyKids and vintage-kids.nl.
VintyKids makes it a lot easier to buy and sell than for instance Marktplaats.
What is so remarkable about VintyKids?
- Attractive website
- The photos are made VintyKids themselves
- VintyKids advertises for you
- The clothing is controlled and priced by VintyKids
- Vintykids handles the payment from the buyer, then sends off the clothes
- Clear list of all the brands which are accepted and which are not
- References with name and date for a good picture of this shop
- Clear instructions how things work
An attractive shop that listens to the needs of parents as buyers and sellers.
Are you already into vintage? Share it with us, because we are curious and maybe we'll get some new ideas this way.
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