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The Guide To Finding the Perfect Vintage Piece

David Ruff

Over the Summer, I visited San Fransisco, California, and I did some shopping. It was actually my first time vintage shopping. When vintage shopping, you never know what you are going to get. For first timers like myself, I didn't know how different vintage stores would be from regular shopping or online shopping. There are so many options, and the quality of the clothing varies. I quickly learned that I should prioritize the quality, bargain, and longevity of the product.

I selected this brown suede overcoat from Wasteland for only $65! I was debating between other pieces such as bombers and denim jackets, but this coat met every expectation on my checklist. The quality is amazing - it is suede and there are no indications of damage. There was only one stain in the inside of the coat which is easily removable, but otherwise it looks absolutely new! The bargain for this piece was great, a suede overcoat of this quality could be hundreds of dollars and it was a fraction of the price! And lastly, I knew this coat was going to last me such a long time. The coat is such a timeless piece and will never go out of style. The quality also ensures that it will provide longevity. Also, my most important tip is to imagine five outfits that could go with the purchase. I thought of countless ways to style my coat. My most favorite combo is a black turtleneck, leather boots, skinny jeans, and a cool pair of sunglasses. My coat went with my favorite looks, and even elevated those outfits, then I knew right away this was the right purchase.

These tips can also be useful for any type of shopping you do! If it is online, in-store, splurging, or vintage as well, it is always a good idea to give yourself guidelines so you don't just impulse shop. Knowing what you want is really essential for being a responsible shopper, and can lead you to finding special products not only the first thing you see.

Let me know what you guys think in the comment section down below! Any feedback, suggestions, tips, and more. Hope you enjoyed this post. Stay Ruff!