Vestiaire Collective a giant online resale shop where you can find the best selection of second-hand luxury fashion at 30 to 70% off the original retail price. All items are authenticated and of good quality. Buying pre-owned items from Vestiaire Collective is a sustainable and clever way to own classic and timeless designer clothes and accessories
Founded in 2009, Vestiaire Collective has already a community of more than 7.5 million members from all over the world. If you have the time (and will need a lot of it to go through all the items available, believe me!) and the right eye, you can find some pretty fantastic things. From vintage jewellery and bags that are no longer in the stores to luxury items at excellent prices, you can increase your collection of designer bags, silk scarves and other accessories!
The online second-hand shop will also help you declutter your wardrobe by selling the pieces you don’t wear anymore, which is a practical and environmental-friendly way to extend the lifespan of your clothes and renew your wardrobe.
We did the heavy lifting for you and chose among the endless selection of second-hand fashion on Vestiaire Collective. We selected some fantastic pieces, but hurry up before they get snatched by some other fashion lover!
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Even during covid 19, luxury handbags are one of the best selling items. If you are thinking of adding some new bags to your collection, remember that the colour yellow and blue will be on the rise in spring/summer 21. But we also selected great basic black bags.
Hats not only look great but also protect you from wind or rain in spring. Bucket, straw, caps, no matter the model, we have chosen something unexpected to make you look unique.
Because fashion just can’t get enough of the ’80s, you can expect to see a lot of chunky jewellery this year too. We selected some vintage iconic designer pieces that will never go out of style.
Silk scarves on Vestiaire Collective
Scarves are a must in any wardrobe. When Hermès introduced the silk scarf in 1937, it immediately became a symbol of luxury. And scarf’s styling possibilities are endless. Use them as a headband to create a 70s flair or simply as a chic necktie or even as a belt. So, how many silk scarves are too many?