Retro clothing has truly come to the fore in recent years, with vintage cues permeating even mainstream fashion, so it’s hardly surprising that so many people are intrigued about how they can combine classic garments to create their own inimitable look.
It’s been a long time since Manchester was a mere industrial city, or for that matter, simply known for the ‘Madchester’ music scene or the football clubs, United and City. Manchester is now a fully-fledged cultural and economic epicentre worthy of the tag of ‘the UK’s second city’ – although we suspect Birmingham will still argue passionately about that.
With recent years having seen a boom in the popularity of ‘vintage’ fashion, here at RETRuly, we thought you might appreciate a few pointers as to how you can get your look right when shopping for vintage menswear such as vintage denim jackets, whether through our own online marketplace or elsewhere.
There aren’t too many better ways to add an instant sense of cool to your outfit, than donning a vintage T-shirt. It seems that every celebrity is now seen wearing them, and their look even shapes what we see on the catwalks.
As vintage enthusiasts we like nothing more than a vintage shopping trip in London. One of our favourite areas is Brick Lane, E1. In this blog we will present our favourite vintage shops.
A pair of Levi jeans believed to date back to the year 1893, were found in a family trunk that had been passed down from generation to generation.