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Any budget-friendly stores for vintage-looking, plus size clothes? - May 20th 2013, 09:34 PM

Hii!
So I'm a major fan of vintage-looking clothes... except I don't have many
I'm either plus-size or at the very end of the "regular" clothing sizes and I'm a young teenager. I'm especially looking for at least knee-length dresses for summer, but really anything will do... Any suggestions for stores or brands?
Oh, also, money's tight, so if you can, don't recommend anything that would be too hard on my (or, well, my parents') wallet.


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Re: Any budget-friendly stores for vintage-looking, plus size clothes? - May 20th 2013, 09:55 PM

Personally, I shop at Goodwill all the time! Thrift stores are GREAT for finding vintage outfits! Goodwill, Stuff....all those kinds of stores Second-hand stores are great. Lots of vintage, original clothes for VERY cheap!

I also really like Target, and I find the occasional vintage-chic outfit there
   
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Re: Any budget-friendly stores for vintage-looking, plus size clothes? - May 20th 2013, 09:58 PM

If you can buy online then Ebay is a pretty good place, especially if you buy stuff from China but make sure you only buy from top-rated sellers though


   
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Re: Any budget-friendly stores for vintage-looking, plus size clothes? - May 20th 2013, 11:43 PM

Target & Deb are pretty great!

Also thrift shops & goodwill's, as well.

I used to really like Torrid, but it's way too expensive for me... and it's much more similar to Hot Topic in the style of clothing, not necessarily vintage-looking. Haha

You could also check out ebay and etsy!


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Re: Any budget-friendly stores for vintage-looking, plus size clothes? - May 21st 2013, 11:56 AM

Value Village and Goodwill are the places to go here.
Pretty much any thrift shop (or even garage sales, it is that season!) would be a good idea to check out if you want cheap vintage style clothing.


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