Combining studio shots of the garments themselves with outside content, we make sure these vintage clothes are showcased in the best way possible - with clear and crisp clothing shots and styling inspiration out and about in Manchester's Northern Quarter. This particular shoot we worked with two styles - 90's grunge and 90's sportswear - to get a complete contrast in vintage styles in order to offer the biggest range in different clothing for our customers. Check out the BTS pics below and shop our latest womenswear drop here.
Europe United Kingdom Fashion. Save to Wishlist. Vintage clothing is all the range and in Birmingham there are a cluster of stores specialising in anything from s garments through to s and even early s attire.
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They come, they go, they move around. But this is where to go right now if you want to look cool on a budget. When vintage shops first started to be a massively popular thing around eight years ago there were many who fairly assumed that they would be a fad.
It is known as the best vintage clothing shop in Nottingham. The clothes and shoes are well-priced. The shop has a great layout, and the staff is always willing to help.
Our handpicked items are sourced from around the world and available to shop at affordable prices. Having already stood the test of time, our quality clothes, unique finds and iconic brands range from the 60s, 70s, 80s, 90s and even nostalgic 00s pieces. We Are Cow is our online vintage store.
We have spent the last 20 years perfecting the fit of our dresses. You will feel our fit difference the moment you slip into our dresses. Whether you are a size small, or a size 18, our dresses are created to flatter all shapes and sizes! Our dresses have been worn by the hottest celebrities, and have been featured in magazines such as Vogue, Cosmopolitan and Lucky.
WITH its noisy s sweaters and hippy tea dresses hanging in the shop window, vintage clothing store Cow always did look like a oddity between the bargain chain stores on Piccadilly. But as it moves to one of the coolest corners in the Northern Quarter it has undergone more than just a change of address. The store, on the corner of Oldham Street and Church Street in the former home of Bench, has been completely redesigned by Peter Masters the man behind nearby Oi Polloi, on Thomas Street and boasts many of his quirky design ideas.
When the recession hit the UK back inthe Keep Calm And Carry On message from the Second World War, originally meant to boost morale while everyone was dodging bombs and struggling to survive on food rations, appeared on everything from mugs to Facebook memes. A foodbank and zero hour contract-ridden 21 st Century Britain happily repeated the same message, seventy years on. But, along with all that, came a new lack of shame or embarrassment connected to wearing or using anything second hand. Buying not new was no longer linked with poverty and modest circumstances, but suddenly second hand became worthy, with the concept of vintage higher up the ladder, the epitome of cool.