Checking out clothes at your local thrift store requires endurance, a good eye and a lot of patience – and some skills to help this online shopping expert. In addition, I have bad allergies, so sifting through dusty boxes doesn't exactly sound like a good time. But do I really have to leave my house to record vintage pieces? Reform does not think so, and today returned with their solution: RefVintage, Reformation's third annual vintage collection, full of pieces inspired from the 90's.
Reform has worked with & # 39; a number of vintage suppliers from around the world to build the collection, including silk stripes, blouses & dresses, Victorian inspired lace sheets, leopard & snake prints, vintage Levi's denim, vintage graphic tees from your favorite pop stars, including Spice Girls, Tina Turner and N & # 39; Sync. Once the Reformation has chosen the vintage pieces by hand – all from the golden eras of fashion, the nineties and nineties – it is sent to the team's seamstress who recovers any wear and tear. Each piece is then "reworked and modernized to get a hassle-free reformation look," the brand explained.
Along with the launch of the RefVintage collection, Reformation is also launching its new collection on a mini world tour, allowing customers around the world to view the IRL collection. The RefVintage suitcase space will also feature location-specific pieces from popular vintage stores, including Moonstone Vintage LA and Treasures of NYC. The RefVintage tour kicks off on Nov. 1 on Melrose Avenue in Los Angeles, then Soho, New York and Boston, MA on Nov. 8 before packing on Nov. 15 in Toronto, Canada and London, United States.
Buy the complete RefVintage collection (now, what's left) now at reformation.com.