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Subject: Where to buy 80s and 90s clothes?

Written By: sadio on 08/01/09 at 2:39 pm

Hey everyone, hope all is well and everyone is enjoying the weekend.

Was just wondering if anyone knows where I can purchase various types of 80s and 90s clothes online aside from ebay?

Thanks!!!


Subject: Re: Where to buy 80s and 90s clothes?

Written By: Philip Eno on 08/01/09 at 2:41 pm

Have you try charity or thrift shops?

Subject: Re: Where to buy 80s and 90s clothes?

Written By: snozberries on 08/01/09 at 10:00 pm


Hey everyone, hope all is well and everyone is enjoying the weekend.

Was just wondering if anyone knows where I can purchase various types of 80s and 90s clothes online aside from ebay?

Thanks!!!





here you go!

http://www.rustyzipper.com/featured_clothing_accessories_womens_80s.cfm?nav=left

Subject: Re: Where to buy 80s and 90s clothes?

Written By: apollonia1986 on 08/09/09 at 8:31 pm

Snozzie!

I like that site too! You know I'm all about 80s stuff!  ;D

Subject: Re: Where to buy 80s and 90s clothes?

Written By: snozberries on 08/09/09 at 10:12 pm


Snozzie!

I like that site too! You know I'm all about 80s stuff!  ;D



yeah you are... I totally want to buy a members only jacket but the one that's like the one I used to have in the 80s doesn't come in my size.  :(

Subject: Re: Where to buy 80s and 90s clothes?

Written By: Marty McFly on 08/10/09 at 9:17 pm

Goodwill is the best, I go there all the time. They all differ of course, but on average I noticed they have the most stuff from about 5 to 15 years ago or a little more. I see loads of early 90s there today, like flannel and long sleeve plaid shirts, great place to get those. :)

They're still pretty strong on 80s too, and the regular shops like Target and Ross have modified, newer versions of that stuff. Like two-striped shirts, for instance.

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