Words matter. These are the best Vintage Quotes from famous people such as Kaya Scodelario, Dawn O’Porter, Bella Hadid, Helena Christensen, Sonam Kapoor, and they’re great for sharing with your friends.
Clothes are my drug. I love Camden market – I have so many vintage pieces from there it’s unbelievable. Clothes are really important to me, they give me that feeling of happiness. I love being a bit free with it all and not giving myself rules.
I just want to clear something up… vintage doesn’t mean cheap.
In L.A., I did a lot of vintage flea market dresses and Doc Martens.
On a casual day, I’d usually pull out my vintage Levi’s, a pair of loafers or beat-up Converse, a bomber jacket, and a button-down shirt.
Women can explore so much in dressing. But if I was a guy I would wear vintage suits constantly. With crazy ties!
I have eclectic taste, and I love vintage style mixed with glamour and old world charm.
I didn’t know anything about fashion. You would see me in the biggest sweater with jeans or the tightest elastic pants. Not nice clothes. My mom took me a lot to consignment stores when I was younger, and I never really got to go to fancy high-class stores, so… vintage was like a step up.
I did not have a very in-depth knowledge of ‘Star Trek’. I’d seen a couple of the vintage episodes. I knew just about as much as anyone on the street.
Vintage is my vocabulary… like the notes of a musician.
I like to mix it up with vintage ’70s stuff and I like to wear a lot of guys’ clothes. As far as night stuff, I have my stylist direct me in the right way. We have a vintage glamour, age-appropriate, pretty thing going.
I love playing around with vintage fabrics and lace.
I would never wear a look that was all the same designer. I always wear at least one thing that is vintage. I dress according to my mood, and I usually spend money on the basics, like leather jackets, handbags, sweaters and shoes.
I like buying drones, hover boards, 360-degree cameras and fabulous cars. I am a little bit like a boy. I also spend a lot on books. I am a voracious reader, and I love vintage stores and first editions.
Men should be judged not by their tint of skin, the gods they serve, the vintage they drink, nor by the way they fight, or love, or sin, but by the quality of the thought they think.
I love vintage shopping in flea markets, vintage stores and even Ebay.
‘Mad Men’ is nothing more than the fulfillment of every possible stereotype of the early 1960s bundled up nicely to convince consumers that the sort of morally repugnant behavior exhibited by its characters – with one-night-stands and excessive consumption of Cutty Sark and Lucky Strikes – is glamorous and ‘vintage.’
There’s a vintage which comes with age and experience.
A lot of fashion is really inspired by vintage and it’s the forefront of fashion.
I like vintage dresses that I can just slip on.
I’ll always cling to these little girl dresses at vintage shops, and I can never wear them because they’re so tiny!
‘Heartbeats’ is a film on people magnifying and subliming reality when they’re in love. Hence the overstylized look, the aesthetics, the robes, the dresses, the vintage, hipster-ish look: All of this is voluntary. I’m not a hipster. I’m not!
I love the big, like, basketball sweats… and I only wear vintage T-shirts to bed, because I like the super-thin ones.
I love vintage shopping, but my secret spot for great tees and casual stuff is Trico Field. They have the cutest kids’ clothes, too!
When someone has told me they have the ‘world’s worst knees’ I’ve done all I can to find them a hem line that hides them. Luckily, as my shop is predominantly vintage, I have clothes from all decades and therefore pieces of all length.
I wear modern… vintage.
I love anything vintage. And I love Marc Jacobs and shoes by Giuseppe Zanotti.
I started dressing vintage when I was a teenager because I didn’t have money for designer clothes.
I’ve always loved fashion so much and I didn’t have access to the kind of fashion I really wanted, so I would do vintage shopping.
My first real foray into fashion was the discovery of vintage. Vintage dresses really suit my body type, so the discovery was both wonderfully eye-opening and liberating.
We are born at a given moment, in a given place and, like vintage years of wine, we have the qualities of the year and of the season of which we are born. Astrology does not lay claim to anything more.
One of the things that attracts me to vintage and antique things is they have stories, and even if I don’t know the stories, I make them up.
I wear a lot of vintage, thrifted stuff.
I collect different game hats, like Syracuse Women’s Volleyball; I have a Navy Basketball hat. They’re all vintage but in new condition.
Even though I avoid buying clothes that are ‘in fashion’, choosing things I fall in love with and wearing them till they fall apart – and generally going for vintage when it comes to evening wear – I still, like every woman I know, suffer from occasional pangs of ‘clothes guilt’.
I have a soft spot for vintage movie houses covered in goo; what can I say?
I like vintage shopping, but I also like to mix in high-end.
When I feel down I put on my most bonkers vintage dress and it always cheers me up. The way we dress is an expression of who we are, and I use clothes to let people know that I don’t care about fitting in.
I have this vintage Harley-Davidson motorcycle jacket. When I put it on, it has this supercool feeling to it.
When I was young, I colored in the line drawings in vintage editions of the Oz books that had been handed down through generations in my family. This was a bad thing to do.
When I went into the computer shop to change my last laptop, the 19-year-old kid behind the counter looked at my six-year-old model and described it as ‘vintage.’ ‘Vintage?’ I wanted to scream. ‘Son, I’ve got shirts older than you! I own underpants that have seen more of the world!’
I always recommend rewiring vintage lighting. It’s not a bargain if your house burns down.
Old Americana vintage gangster stuff has a fantastical feel; it feels less dirty in a way. It feels like the opera of crime.
I find my dress sense tends to be a bit of a mixture between high fashion and unique vintage pieces with a little bit of street trends. For example, I might find a really nice, suede dinner jacket that I’d wear with a basic plain white shirt and some chinos and a pair of Nike trainers.
I’m on an Isabel Marant kick. She does an amazing job of making things that are everyday-wearable but also special and a little bit different. I definitely like that she has a ’70s western vibe. There’s something that’s very fun and vintage in what she’s doing.
One of my first big paychecks, I used it to buy a Rolex. I bought a used 1968 vintage Rolex. I was too cheap to buy a new one.
I was in a vintage pub rock band called Clover in the 1970s.
I’m a big fan of, like, wearing old, vintage slips and stuff as outdoor wear. I got, like, a pair of these little silk bloomers. I think they were even, like, considered underwear in the ’40s. I wore them as shorts the other day.
Vintage never fits the way you think it will.
If I have an hour in a city, I go to vintage stores first because it’s so much cooler to find a piece that is unique. I love the thought of some girl having worn it before and living her life in it.
I have been obsessed with seamed stockings my whole life, and I would collect vintage ones that were made in the ’40s and ’50s with the authentic styling of the keyhole, the welt, the reinforced toe and heels, French or Cuban heels, and hand-stitched seams.
I have lots of vintage clothes.
I’m not one of those girls who can think, ‘Right, I’ll put a scarf with that and a little brooch there and maybe a vintage jacket.’ I’m so impressed with girls who look terrific in a little thing they picked up at the local charity shop. I just look scruffy when I try to do vintage.
I actually love shopping in vintage shops. What I do with the high street, I buy it, then keep it for a while and then wear it when everyone’s not wearing it. So I do that: stock up, then keep it hidden!
There is a phenomenal amount of pressure on women in this industry: they are considered vintage by the time they hit their mid-30s.
I was once in a long relationship with a man who ran a vintage clothes store but had been a chef, so I’d come home each night to a different three-course meal. I was quite fat, but so happy.
I love working with silk because I loved it paired with jeans: it has a vintage feel; it’s easy for dinners out.
My mom passed on her obsession of all things antique or vintage. I love to go thrift store shopping or explore any sort of garage sale. Treasure hunting is a family passion.
Everything I buy is vintage and smells funny. Maybe that’s why I don’t have a boyfriend.
I believe that the responsibility of the winemaker is to take that fruit and get it into the bottle as the most natural and purest expression of that vineyard, of the grape varietal or blend, and of the vintage.
I have vintage things that I got nine, 10 years ago, and every time I clean my closet, I can’t get rid of them. I think, ‘I will never find this again!’