Love vintage fashion but don't know where to find it? Let style blogger Johanna Payton be your guide This spring, I fulfilled a life goal: a walk-in wardrobe was installed in my bedroom. You might think it's a shallow ambition, but being able to store my myriad dresses somewhere custom-built — rather than ramming them into a dusty attic — is a big deal.
Perhaps you've heard: Vintage clothing is having a moment. Thanks to Instagram and reference sites like AbeBooks. But how deep to go? Think of it this way: Thrifting is sifting through garbage for longer than you want and not finding anything.
E ntrepreneurial teens are selling hyped merchandise on resale platforms such as Depop — and earning mega-bucks. Generation Z — those born between the mids and early s — are buying hyped merchandise from streetwear brands such as Bape, Nike and Yeezy to resell for significantly more on platforms such as Depop, eBay and Grailed. Forget delivering newspapers or working shifts in the local supermarket. He then re-invested the money in buying two more and sold those on eBay, before purchasing more.
Your cluttered cupboard could be a gold mine, if you just know how to transform it. Student Laura Rose was just a teenager when she set up her eBay account. Laura Rose, 21, is in her third year at the University of East Anglia. But she's no ordinary student. Four years ago she started selling old clothes on eBay.