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first published 2020.10.11. Last update 2020.11.01
This is initially saved as a reference for myself cuz I found the neither save to favourite nor bookmark handy for me to keep in check of my fav stores, so there we are 🙂 Welcome to comment with your fav stores. *smile in Wicca*
Stores On Etsy
–“Garments from yesteryears for the people of today”, a huge selection of clothing, from colourful Hawaiian (?) princess to the ones that would put your black heart at ease.
–hmmm a vintage store in Cali as the name suggested, mostly 50-90s, nice (Cali) taste with some nice designer pieces.
–Some fascinating vintage jewellery and collectables, fairly priced.
–IT’S BUSHWICK HOW CAN YOU EXPECT SOMETHING THAT’S NOT ARTSY?? A cute small vintage store.
The Mourning Raven
–I cannot say no to the name, nor the beautiful lace trims, or the black dresses. And I think it’s pretty budget-friendly compare to stores selling similar items, what else can I ask for?
–Another store that’s black from head to toes. Mostly dress from 80s-Y2K or recent.
Adeline’s Attic Vintage
Elegant 20’s garments kind to vibe (as of Nov.2020), I love those hats they are adorable.
Then some stores that have their own sites/sites elsewhere
–Mostly Victorian Clothing and some accessories…some “Ugh if I only could, have the money to afford this” beautiful garments and accessories. *cry in poverty*. Ree–lly nice and witchy taste.
Black Cat Clothier
–MY FAV (*insert inaudible screams*). Really good price Victorian/ Edwardian pieces, but they also go REALLY fast you have to be vigilance XD.
Dorothea’s Closet Vintage
–Dorothea definitely has a good taste, also the price is friendly. Oh and they have a section just for black & white clothing, good job.
Toadstool Farm vintage
–“Welcome to The Magical World of a Misfit”–This introduction sets the vibe. I really love their selections, but not as affordable as the other two above (they do have some affordable choices but, y’know…I’m into those fabulous Edwardian garments). But I think it’s still fairly priced, the clothes are usually in good condition and appear clean.
Store B Vintage
–The only store in this list that I have actually physically been there. The owner is a friendly lady, and the collection is amazing. I like how she furnished the store, too (Not very witchy tho).
There’s another store in Chicago call Knee Deep, from where I got my beautiful 40s’ black velvet dress. Unfortunately, they don’t have an online shop.
Hmmmmm tbh I’m not a fan of selling goods on Instagram, I don’t always keep an eye on my social media and have to DM to get the price and details, but, I kind of like their selections of 20s/Victorian/Edwardian clothing. *sigh*
Another vendor I found on Instagram, but they do have their own site (yeey). I like the vibe but so far haven’t found any pieces interesting.
It’s not witchy but I love beautiful clothes XD