We all remember 2020 as a year that put a break in our lives but, if you are a fashion enthusiast then 2020 bought some major changes in the fashion industry. From waist-up fashion to the revival of the 70s, 80s, and 90s to thrift stores, 2020 was a year to remember. Instagram was blowing up with celebrities and influencers wearing and promoting stylish thrift store clothing. Thus, the credit for the significant rise in thrift stores firstly goes to millennials and Gen-Z who are passionate about sustainable and ethical fashion whereas fast fashion brands failed to do so. Secondly, let us not forget the connoisseur of this masterpiece collection, the thrift store owner.
We are pretty sure that the huge list of thrift stores on Instagram must overwhelm you. To save you from that confusion we have curated a list of the top 7 Instagram Thrift stores that will help your wardrobe stand out.
So here is the list of Top 7 Instagram Thrift Stores:
Sororité is a luxurious sustainable online thrift store that offers high-quality vintage lingerie. From Dior to La Perla, you name it they got it. But what makes this store stand out is that most of the exclusive clothing they offer has been featured in fashion magazines like Elle, Vogue, and Glamour. Another interesting aspect of Sororité is the classic polls they hold on Instagram Stories to engage its social media follower. Emma Pott’s passion for restoring the finest vintage clothing and sustainability makes Sororité one of our favorite thrift stores.
If you want to add some vibrant colors from the era of the 70s and 80s, then this Texas-based vintage store is perfect for you. West Hexes is a one-woman show online vintage store owned by Rockie Nolan who source, clean, photograph, model, process, and ship all orders. Over-sized Tees, comfy cardigans, and chic vintage dresses will definitely add an extra zing to your collection.
Lucia Zolea store was started by a Richmond-based student who mastered the art of thrifting. Her enthusiasm for photography and thrifting makes her Instagram page an aesthetic Pinterest mood board. The neutral tones, pretty ruffles, and embroidered dresses transport you to a different era of fashion. Moreover, her remarkable exquisite collection will definitely win your heart.
Desert Vintage is Arizona based store established in 1974, a place where history and culture meet fashion. In 2012, Salima Boufelfel and Roberto Cowan took over the store and reshaped it into a luxurious vintage store that has something for everyone. They love playing with contemporary and timeless collections of vintage fashion. Therefore, this store is heaven for fashion enthusiasts.
Gossamer is a Los Angles based thrift store that is known for its ethereal dreamy unicorn-like clothing collection. As their name suggests, Gossamer literally means ‘gauze or silk fabric of the very finest texture’ offers a beautiful collection of delicate lacy silk to dreamy pearls and chiffons. This store is the fantasy of vintage lovers. Started in 2013, the store received worldwide recognition for its handpicked collection of delicate and exquisite clothes.
We do not have to say anything because Vogue said it all when it mentioned Raleigh Vintage in their list of ‘Best Vintage Dealers to Follow’. It has been the favorite destination of fashionista. Their enticing collection of the 60s high-waisted denim or 30s ruffle will leave you mesmerized. Moreover, this North Carolina-based thrift store doesn’t confine itself to any particular era. So you will get the best of every era.
Amarcord Vintage Fashion
New-York based high-end vintage clothing store is one of the most famous vintage stores in New York. Patti Bordoni and Marco Liotta usually source the clothing from their hometown. Thus, they can offer some rare ‘Made in Italy’ gems. Amarcord Vintage Fashion have AlaÏa, Balenciaga, Chanel, Dior, YSL, Céline, Chloé, Hermés, Courréges, Mugler, Vivienne Westwood, Burberry, Alexander McQueen, and many more.
Thrifting is the art of continuing the story of a garment. From high-end vintage brands to affordable pre-owned clothing thrifting is an enthralling way to define your style. We hope you enjoyed the list curated by our team. Happy Thrifting!
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