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If you're not in a steady relationship with the volunteers at your local op shop, the Pink Lily Vintage etsy store is like a haven for the kitschest of bric-a-brac.
Each piece in store has been handpicked from Europe's treasure trove of retro delights, and shipped to our shores with the sole purpose of sprucing up your wardrobe.
The mother of vintage markets is back in Melbourne this weekend, with oodles of Australia's best vintage dealers gathered under one beautifully decorated domed roof.
In honour of ANZAC Day, we've become a bit obsessed by this flickr stream from the Australian War Memorial.
Let's just pause for a minute and admire the upcycled near-genius of Melbourne furniture dude Sean McMahon.
Australia's first Vintage Tee Day is tomorrow March 22nd, which means it's time to bring out the most ace, ironic, second-hand t-shirt you have hiding away in the back of your cupboard.
We have a chat to Los Angeles-based artist Robert Townsend who paints the world his dad grew up in: roadside diners, quiffs and all.
We will not be held responsible for your bank accounts, and although your mum may say we're a bad influence, we just consider ourselves secondhand saviours.
The folk at Little Shop Of are offering to make you a fresh frock to your measurements out of second-hand fabric, and we think it's a nifty idea.
Where do we start? Bless That Dress's vintage clothes tick so many boxes we don't know how to order them by their level of gimmie-gimmie-gimmie-ness.
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