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Posted May 22, 2009 in Eco & Vintage, For Her | 1 Comment

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In the midst of a recession, vintage shopping seems to be the most desirable way to shop. This week I am predominately profiling Value Village. Their are Value Village’s all over North America with incredible and cheap second hand and vintage clothing. If you’ve got the creative eye and patience, Value Village is the place to go. Keep in mind when vintage shopping, pair new items with old, otherwise you could be the next candidate on what not to wear. So let’s try to avoid that.

I have gone to various Value Village’s in Montreal, Toronto and one in Victoria B.C and have put together some trendy but cheap must have looks.

FLORALS:

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Jean Vest, ($4.99) Value Village in Toronto, accompanied by a floral jumper from Vintage 69 (Toronto)

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Dress ($12.99), Purse ($4.99) both from Value Village in Toronto, belt is vintage Hermes found in my mother’s closet. Thanks Mum!!

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Floral top ($6.99), High waist jean shorts ($9.99) both from Value Village in Toronto.

The Boyfriend Trend: The boyfriend trend is making it’s statement all over the runways. Get the look for cheap from Value Village.

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Blazer ($12.99), Levis jeans ($7.99), Clutch ($6.99) all from Value Village in Montreal. Shoes are from Payless.

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Vest ($5.99), White Blouse ($10.99), DIY jean shorts ($8.99) all from Value Village in Montreal, purse is from Folles Allies in Montreal, shoes are from payless.

Little Black Dress:

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Black dress ($13.99), Purse ($3.99) both from Value Village Montreal. Mesh Dress underneath is from American Apparel.

Fringe:

Fringe is all the rage this season, this amazing jacket will spice up any outfit. Great for chilly summer nights.

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Leather fringe jacket ($34.99) Value Village, Victoria B.C.

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  1. LOVETHYBROTHER says:

    LOOKIN SMOKIN HOTTTTTT THERE BRUISERRRRRR!!!! OW OWWW!!!

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