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The secret's out: frankie magazine loves a vintage pattern.
Picture the kind of rustic, retro-tinged bits and bobs you'd find squirreled away in a little old hobby farm by the sea.
Dear Wallet, we apologise in advance for the hefty battering you're about to experience.
If you've ever visited the frankie stall at one of the Finders Keepers markets, you've probably laid love heart-filled eyes on a range of handmade goodies.
Persephone Vintage stocks yesteryear threads with a bit of a graphic twist.
Forget e-cards and Facebook greetings – we recommend sending your good tidings the old-fashioned way with a cute as a button greeting card from craft supply shop Sweet 'n' Kitsch.
This Dallas-based store stocks yesteryear threads from 1930s art deco frocks through to vintage Dior suits and '80s novelty sweaters.
It's common these days to whack the word 'vintage' on any old thing dug up in your parents' garage, but the pieces stocked online by Charlie Foxtrot are the ye olde real deal.
We're seriously digging these hand-crafted homewares from London maker Yvonne Ellen.
frankie friend Jana Bartolo has just opened the (virtual) doors to her brand spanking new online vintage store, and we can't wait to (virtually) mosey on down to steal a sneaky glimpse.
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