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Roberta Grove is a goldmine of antiquated bits and bobs that you probably didn't realise you needed until you set your peepers on them just now.
1919 Vintage is a bit like a pick-and-mix of duds for wardrobes that are fun and fancy or sleek and sensible.
Is your fictional style icon Peggy Olson from Mad Men? Do you favour clothing perfectly accessorised with white gloves and a beehive?
French furniture peddlers Chouette Fabrique take retro desks, tables and chairs and restore them to their former glory, and then some.
Scrolling through Thee Letter Q's online store is the digital equivalent of sifting through your grandparents' storage boxes, where every item you come by is a piece of vintage gold.
Flippy skirts, cinched-in waists and wide-necked lapels, oh my!
Who knew you could fit so much pretty in one teeny-tiny space?
Portugal: a country of stunning patterned tiles, mouth-watering custard tarts and, as it turns out, a truckload of wonderful kitschy bits and bobs.
The southern US city of Tuscon has got something pretty special going on if this super-charming lookbook is anything to go by.
Open Collective are a vintage store bringing top-notch secondhand duds from New York right to our doorstep in Australia.
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