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ArianaP
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ArianaP
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In this dilemma I would have to say, I will remain like Switzerland, completely neutral.
There is that unexplainable excitement that invades you when you find that unique, timeless, vintage piece and the pride of probably being one of the few people in the world who owns it.
But there is something about the beauty of the new, modern , fashion , the art and science behind it, ..but which could end up being eventually too commercialized and mass-produced.
However, don’t you think vintage has also become commercialized itself? there is even a “vintage look” which results into overpricing what to begin with is supposed to be second hand clothes in its origin.
What do you think?

posted over 3 years ago
elifongut
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elifongut
posts: 44

well i believe that it depends. we shouldn’t just make a decision between vintage and new, they both have different usages and you can mix and match things. An outfit combination shouldn’t just all vintage or all modern-new. it depends on how you feel like :) you can visit my blog for further questions xxx
www.elifscloset.blogspot.com
great question by the way !!

posted over 3 years ago
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