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"Born in the Wrong Era" & Other Misconceptions About Dressing Vintage 

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This is a subject that I've been wanting to talk about for a while, so I approached some of my favorite vintage creators to chat a bit about THEIR experiences. The misconceptions they face, "Vintage Fashion Not Vintage Values", etc.
It was really important to me that I brought forward more than just my own experiences, and I enjoyed making this SO MUCH and hearing from so many different sides of the story.
Please make sure you check out these amazing people who helped me out!
(In order of appearance)
Bernadette
IG: bernadettebanner
YT: @Bernadette Banner
Dandy Wellington
IG: dandywellington
www.dandywellington.com/
Zena
IG: rockinzena
Patricia
IG: hollandschmeisje
Nadia
IG: feminist_fatale
Tiktok: feminist_fatale
Vi
IG: dame.wolfe
Karolina
IG: karolinazebrowskax
YT: @Karolina Żebrowska
Christine
IG: sewstine
YT: @Sewstine
Michelle & Matthew
IG: myvintageloveblog
YT: @My Vintage Love
Abby
IG: abbyelyn
American Duchess: americanduchess
YT: @Abby Cox
AD YT: @American Duchess
Cathy
IG: cathy.hay
YT: @Cathy Hay
Cheyney
IG: notyourmommashistory
YT: @NotYourMommasHistory
Gabriella
IG: sodapopsweetheart

My Info, lol:
Insta: rachel_maksy
Facebook: rachelmaksy/
Twitter: rachelmaksy
TikTok: @rachelmaksy
Merch: teespring.com/stores/rachel-maksy
PO Box 1819
Plymouth, MA 02362

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Noodles Dorkenson
Noodles Dorkenson 12 horas atrás
Alternate title “Cute meatbags talk about why they are awesome”
It's Just Fashion
That imposter syndrome joke hit me hard lol
Naked Dancing Heathen
On the car take: Exactly!! I love power steering!
Janos Audron
Janos Audron 2 dias atrás
Reminds me of when a MALE friend asked me, a lady "So what time period would you want to travel back to? :D" "No thanks, I like having rights"
Hayley Marse
Hayley Marse 2 dias atrás
I don’t like the present at all and would go back to the past in an instant with the exception of racism and the lack of medical knowledge (because I would be dead in a few days)
Alaa Land
Alaa Land 2 dias atrás
I love your personality!
Valerie
Valerie 2 dias atrás
I wouldn't wanna live in Poland today, much less in the 1940's....
Michelle Clarke
Michelle Clarke 2 dias atrás
This video is jam packed with beautiful people and such a powerful message. Self expression is survival. As a heavily tattooed woman who is also a sailor, I would´nt have been able to do that in the past as it was "bad luck" to have women onboard (water spirit forever ^^).
Idon'tevenknow
Idon'tevenknow 3 dias atrás
One of things I talked to about my mom who was a child in the 1950s was when you look past all the pretty commercials, fashion, and movies the 1950s was a false utopia. Yes we had a post war boom when it came to employment and some say that was the decade when modern American consumerism really came into its own which certainly brought a lot of good but also bad things depending on who you talk too. HOWEVER, downsides were a plenty. One good example was women's rights and treatment. After the war many women were pushed or left the workforce to become housewives and mothers. But this lead to a lot of discontentment as many young families moved to the newly made suburbs. Women still wanted to work and have same opportunities as men dispute what commercials and movies of the period would have you believe. Betty Friedan heavily criticized suburban life as "burying women alive." Just a decade later in the 1960s, feminism and female rights movement was reinvigorated and became a huge part of that decade. That can't be a coincidence. Also have you seen how women who actually worked during that period were treated? Read about how flight attendants were treated, my jaw dropped. While I love the artistic achievements of the decade I would NEVER want to be a woman in that decade in more ways they just how women were treated. That whole decade was really only great for specific groups of people and I blame the advertisements for giving people even today a false impression of what was actually going on.
Attitude Problem
Attitude Problem 3 dias atrás
"I want to look like this but not _feel_ like _that_ ." Perfect.
Se Cogo03
Se Cogo03 6 dias atrás
I’m late to the party but I just wanted to say that I really enjoyed this video. Thank you for putting it together. And as a Black woman who is in love with photos of her great-great grandma’s style when she was younger, I really really appreciate the exposure to Black fashion historians/enthusiasts i can follow and relate to! Also - I love your channel. I’m new to it and I am in fact having fun here.
C.C. L.
C.C. L. 6 dias atrás
History is fun and the fashion was better in certain times, in my opinion, but if I went back in time to the eras that I loves the fashion of, I literally would be not legally allowed to marry my boyfriend because of his race. Plus there's antibiotics and stuff now, soooo....
Sara R.
Sara R. 7 dias atrás
Thanks for including so many awesome vintage-inspired youtubers !! We have FUN here ;)
Emilie13love
Emilie13love 7 dias atrás
I’m very much drawn to the aesthetic of Edo Japan. I love the colours, the clothing, the architecture, everything. But if I were to live there as I am now, I would stick out like a sore thumb. I’m a white, curvy, busty redhead and if I wasn’t mistook for some form of demon and killed because of it, I definitely would be an outcast, shamed, no home and no friends.
Renae Schiavo
Renae Schiavo 8 dias atrás
I seriously love everything about this video, thank you so much for doing this. It’s sooooo important!
Ann-Marie King
Ann-Marie King 8 dias atrás
I love the fashion and film of the 40s and 50s but definitely not the political and civic realities of those times. Smart vid!
StellarMinatureStarfish
Great video. Also 9:41 great dog butt
Daimen Blake
Daimen Blake 9 dias atrás
So, being a cosplayer in small town in northeast US, the best thing I have ever had said to me was this little old lady saying "don't you look nice" in a busy grocery store as I'm dressed as Alois trancy. Still makes me smile to this day.
Kieran Speegle
Kieran Speegle 11 dias atrás
(im super late) but it made me so giddy to see all of these historical youtubers in one video, preaching the same good values
elii1340000
elii1340000 13 dias atrás
Thank you for using your platform to raise others up so we can hear their voices too. Seeing the diversity you showcased make me feel a lot more welcome and comfortable watching your vids (I always assume people are intolerant assholes until they make it very clear they're at least trying to not be). Serious topic aside; Is anyone else absolutely mesmerized by Dandy's hat? Like... Does he have a hat pin (does he have hair)? Did he glue it to his head? Tape??? Perfected the art of balancing it???? The inside moulded to the shape of his head using foam????????? I have to physically look away to process what he's saying because I can't focus on anything else while I'm looking at it...
Haley Brittman
Haley Brittman 13 dias atrás
Yeah and that's the thing - depending on what social group you came from you were either *lucky* or *unlucky*
jordy
jordy 13 dias atrás
What is your sign? Jw
WanderingGhost77
WanderingGhost77 13 dias atrás
A lot of today's society worries too much about acceptance by others instead of being themselves. As long as you're not harming anyone or yourself live everyday as if it is your last one.
Eden Hackett
Eden Hackett 14 dias atrás
“Back when they didn’t give up on marriage” yeah women couldn’t have bank accounts and divorce was barely (or not even) legal they had no choice and often suffered decades of abuse
tracy lee moss
tracy lee moss 15 dias atrás
This is an amazing compilation ,well done❣️
tracy lee moss
tracy lee moss 15 dias atrás
Everysingle one of you absolutely fit the styles you e CHOOSEN..truelly an extension of your intentions❣️💥❣️LOVEEE IT!!!!
Narelle Works
Narelle Works 17 dias atrás
I’ve always been one to tell a woman (not seen a man so gorgeously dressed in my neighbourhood), how beautiful a dress or colour or outfit looks on her. Sometimes it’s material that catches my eye from quite a distance or someone I see often off to recognise how much a colour or style suits them. I lamented that I wouldn’t see ‘real’ vintage here. One day, pre 2020, I waited in line at the checkout and saw a vision from the 50s. The checkout operator was immaculate in every detail. Of course I had to tell her how gorgeous she looked. I don’t think I’d recognise her without her 50s makeup on. I hoped that she would continue her vintage journey. I thanked her for wearing what she loved to work. She was looking forward to going back to university. I saw her a few more times in similar 50s outfits and always looking stunning. She put the rest of us mere mortals to shame. It made me wonder what Woolworths might have looked like if everyone were dressed up. And then I wondered what I would wear. Woolworths in Australian history, as far as I know, wasn’t invented yet. I have to say I don’t wear vintage or history bound anything. I simply don’t have the courage. If it isn’t black, I put it back. (I don’t buy it.) I attempt not to look a complete shambles when I leave the house. I love what history bounders, vintage sewists, and creative costumers do. Thank you BRdesk for enabling them to share it with me. I’ve learned so very much. And now new people to find thanks to you. 💄🪡🧵😉 No I don’t ramble.
Menolly Esteb
Menolly Esteb 18 dias atrás
I was born in the wrong time period. I was meant to be born in the 3450s when we all will be living in a utopia where all people are accepted and cared for and also we vacation on Mars
Alexandra Crofoot
Alexandra Crofoot 19 dias atrás
Born in 2000. I’ve been told I was born in the wrong era multiple times because i love antiques and classical music and old houses...I had to be born via C-Section because the umbilical cord was wrapped twice around my neck, I wouldn’t have gotten to the “born” part in any other time.
luvahadowsdolls
luvahadowsdolls 20 dias atrás
Not to mention the ridiculous posts I see on FB and Pinterest showing 20's galas or 50's drive-in theaters saying "I wish times were still like this!!" Like nothing is stopping you from dressing up like it's the 50's and going to an ice cream parlor or a drive-in theater lol
Emily Sha
Emily Sha 22 dias atrás
Meat bags!
Alannamay North
Alannamay North 24 dias atrás
I wear a range of different styles. some of which I were teaching. I have a lot of looks from other staff members before but now they are just used to me. I do it partly for myself but I also do it for the kids. I want them to feel comfortable wearing and be passionate about what they want.
Sarah Ainsworth
Sarah Ainsworth 27 dias atrás
Brilliant video.... and a huge thanks to all your articulate and super stylish contributors 💐🥂🍾flowers and champagne to all xx
Bean Sock
Bean Sock 28 dias atrás
I adore that no one was gate keeping or telling people that only 'real vintage' was valid and it was all about how everyone is just having a good time
Bean Sock
Bean Sock 28 dias atrás
"I believe people can were whatever the heck they want including sweatpants or a whole sit of armor."
Rain
Rain 29 dias atrás
next awkward opening: "it's me, im an old car."
Tanja Horvat
Tanja Horvat Mês atrás
I love positive things from the past ( women's fashion, music, movies, furniture and wall colors ).
Seiaeka
Seiaeka Mês atrás
Everyone in this video is so gorgeous. Here I am wearing a longsleeve baseball-tee filled with holes. I have no sense of self-identity. But I do like cloaks and tunics. Very much. >_>;
Seiaeka
Seiaeka Mês atrás
It's like the vintage-look appliances. They're more efficient, better for the environment, and have safer manufacture. You get the fashion and beauty without the crap efficiency.
Cliff P.
Cliff P. Mês atrás
I'm watching along and I get it, I get it because my artistic (whatever the heck the word is) is waking up and I remember the desire for creativity when I was young. I grasp the discussion of being different whether creative, culture, ethnicity, or sexuality. I've heard the arguments for someone should be ostracized for their differences and I find non of these valid. It's when Cheyney spoke that ancient 'aunt jemima' insult my jaw fell into my lap. That 'intended insult' is so antiquated I thought it was dead and had forgotten it's existence. I've removed all the insults my culture tried to teach me as I grew and matured with reasoning, intellect and emotional maturity. Apologies I'm ranting here, just expressing rage at this idiotic behavior. And Cheyney you handled them with maturity, self control and class, well done darlin.
Raquel Almeida
Raquel Almeida Mês atrás
Somehow my favorite quote of all are Abby's final words...
sans
sans Mês atrás
"back when women were women" ah, yes, because women are now transformers.
Holly Richmond
Holly Richmond Mês atrás
Thank you so much for including not just skinny straight white people!!!
Mourning Daughter
Mourning Daughter 27 dias atrás
GKYS.
Cat in the Hat
Cat in the Hat Mês atrás
Where can I get fairtrade fabrics? I'm really tempted to get into sewing, but I really wanna be conscientious about it.
Dana A-N
Dana A-N Mês atrás
8:53 those type of cars actually exist, at least I'm pretty sure
Cherries Jubilee
Cherries Jubilee Mês atrás
As you say, “You do you!” We love the style, we love the music and the style, but I could not be who I am in 1900.
ウィルソンアラン
Just going to.. Slide this in here.. I love how memes was a thing someone’d miss. It’s awesome.
RanjiBanji
RanjiBanji Mês atrás
Still wish I was born in like 1947
jolsevi
jolsevi Mês atrás
this video was so great. 👏
Addison Wolf
Addison Wolf Mês atrás
HELL YEAH Scared Of Confrontation Squad Unite!!!!!
Danielle Groves
Danielle Groves Mês atrás
I kinda feel bad now. I have been just skimming this community becouse I love the look, and the dedication, and the history...and I feel like I have said that before. If I did I honestly don't mean it that way I swear. I ask myself that everyonce in awhile while reading something historical...then right after I usually remind myself that I can't cook, or clean well...or sow...children frighten me. Anyways thanks for giving me a whole new perspective.
Ayshorjo Arian
Ayshorjo Arian Mês atrás
I wish that it was 1986.......
Ute J.K. Bemsel
Ute J.K. Bemsel Mês atrás
The "good old days" weren't exactly good... As a Wild West Hobbyist i had some very scary experiences..... ....and that was only bad weather! Not war, not illness, not hunger or wild beasts! Live was pretty harsh then for all people expecially for women!
SunFae Stardust
SunFae Stardust Mês atrás
Beautiful💜🧡💛💚🌹🎶✨🌌🌟🌈⚡ThankYou,ThankYou All
ZooDawg!
ZooDawg! Mês atrás
I don't dress vintage but for some reason this made me more confident about my style. I dress super weird like I wear printed leggings and shorts, fingerless gloves and other weird stuff lol
ZooDawg!
ZooDawg! Mês atrás
The woman dressed for 50's (srry don't know name) has beautiful eyes
Vanity Rose
Vanity Rose Mês atrás
It's the asthetic 💖
unicornia _colorida
I'd like to live in other time, but i wish i could take off all the bad things.
Dana A-N
Dana A-N Mês atrás
Your hair is so nice
Crystal A
Crystal A Mês atrás
I don’t think anyone talking about the good aspects of the past is actually romanticizing the horrible things that occurred; or frankly discounting them. Why can’t it just be an appreciation of the good of America,etc without having to place a disclaimer on it?? IF someone thinks that any human rights abuses were “ok” and would put that in with the beautiful aspects? Then that’s a person no one needs to know. Why can’t we appreciate the past without doing this every, single, time?? Everyone who loves our beautiful parts are aware of the accomplishments we have made as well. The fact you have POC in this video showing their love of it is a testament of that fact.
rachel
rachel Mês atrás
This is such a beautiful video
Danielle B
Danielle B Mês atrás
The 50’s and 60’s were when segregation came to an END.
Rebecca Lawson
Rebecca Lawson Mês atrás
But did they? There were schools that had yet to be desegregated by the 70's. And the laws may have changed but the mindset for many people was absolutely the same.
davie hudson
davie hudson Mês atrás
I totally get the stared at thing , but then I was dressed in a 30’s suit, hat and spats at the time, either that or a 40’s/50’s farmer
Ross H
Ross H Mês atrás
“and when small furry creatures from Alpha Centuri were small furry creatures from Alpha Centuri “ - Hitchiker’s Guide to the Galaxy
Frank Reads
Frank Reads 2 meses atrás
I like wearing Victorian-esque outfits, but holy fuck, I would never want to live there. I actually recently had people assuming I was conservative because of how I was dressed, and that really bothered me because I am so incredibly not conservative.
Trey Warren
Trey Warren 2 meses atrás
Truth is it’s better to be nostalgic nowadays than to live in the era itself. Some of us would be persecuted do to our beliefs, gender or race. Others like myself would be dead at a young age due to medical conditions like diabetes or asthma. Honestly I think when a person dresses vintage I think they do it for aesthetic value. AKA it’s a look not a desire to live in the past.
sid cromwell
sid cromwell 2 meses atrás
this is such a lovely video
Sayler Phillips
Sayler Phillips 2 meses atrás
Friends: What time period would you like to live in besides ours? Me, a lesbian of ethnic descent: uhhhhhhhhhhhhnhhh
Sayler Phillips
Sayler Phillips 2 meses atrás
That's very fair
Rachel Reynolds
Rachel Reynolds 2 meses atrás
Say Star Trek.
John Thompson
John Thompson 2 meses atrás
I think you all look great Women in vintage look so sexy
Phantom
Phantom 2 meses atrás
I have a slightly different perspective of the "Born in the wrong era/time period". When people say that, I believe people mean it with good intentions. They may say it because they see it as an easy way to compliment the authenticity of your outfit. I don't think anyone actually literally means you should become the embodiment of everything and every value of an era...they simply mean that your outfit looks incredibly convincing and authentic to a time period. I've been told this on occasion when I dress up 80's but I take it as a compliment. I would however, take offense if someone said, "I like your costume" because that's basically saying that I stick out in an awkward context and that maybe my outfit is too cliché to be authentic.
Yanuchin Files
Yanuchin Files 2 meses atrás
I love your curls😍😍 They are gorgeous!! And the hair color makes it perfect✨✨I'm so envious!
KR SC
KR SC 2 meses atrás
If i was born in my favorite vintage era, I would have died in childbirth along with my son... so... no, I'm good.
Gallant Gamer
Gallant Gamer 2 meses atrás
I don't say "born in the wrong era", I say I'm an old soul with modern beliefs.
Willa Moore
Willa Moore 2 meses atrás
Thank you for this video! It's awesome to hear all these different folks speak, some of whom I am familiar with and some of whom I am not, but all interesting!
fallen seraphim
fallen seraphim 2 meses atrás
👋This ...was a beautifully done video "shhpeel" Rach. Bravissimo. Made my goofy butt cry even..🤷😹
Lidia Starkova
Lidia Starkova 2 meses atrás
Such a great video! I wonder what is the best way to pay a compliment to a person dressed in vintage. I often want to acknowledge people’s style but I am afraid to be intrusive.
kaitlyn hayes
kaitlyn hayes 2 meses atrás
I am pansexual, autistic and a trans woman and enjoy vintage style and this video speaks volumes to me on so many levels
lady abstinence levain
lady abstinence levain 2 meses atrás
really well said
Valeria Brenes
Valeria Brenes 2 meses atrás
This is so amazing to watch because I have gone through this process myself. Ever since I was little I've been in love with history and previous time periods and fashion and customs to the point I wanted to be reborn in that era but as you said, as I kept growing up and learning more and more about the society of those periods. I realized how lucky I was to be born now than before because I'm pretty sure that with my stubborn personality I would have probably even died very young....
babyKermithefrog Yep real name
I love prairie dresses but I’m too scared of what others think. Yeah I know I shouldn’t care but it’s hard too stop caring. 😕
Art Naturally
Art Naturally 2 meses atrás
I greatly appreciate this video. Thank you.
Naomi Sosa
Naomi Sosa 2 meses atrás
I LOVE THIS! YES! My husband and I had this very conversation. This is so important for people to understand, especially in 2020 with all the craziness happening. Thank you all for putting this together.
Ko Hashiguchi
Ko Hashiguchi 2 meses atrás
Those were extremely good guest clips!
Chrystal Bess Redding
Chrystal Bess Redding 2 meses atrás
The phrases "Back when women were women" or "Ah... the gold old times when men and women were married... music, and social events" That is not the full picture of what it looked like back then -- after studying psychology and culturalism my understanding and view changed. Not long ago I commented on Anna Bey's page Elegance and Manners. I do think that even though women back then had less work/ life opportunities and fewer rights on certain social and governmental events. And men were sexist. The one thing that has changed it's that women and men back then had a certain way of conducting themselves with class and (yes some of the men spoke profanity in private) but there was a sense of mannerism and classiness. Also, in some instances, men cheated on their wives -- another negative situation. Women didn't need to wear mini shorts and see-through shirts to attract a man, and men didn't need to wear baggy below waist pants and a wide shirt unbuttoned to show their skin. The positive thing: the way women and men conducted themselves in public was proper and respectful. Being classy and elegant is not wanting to be filthy rich and being arrogant. It is about being kind and respectful towards yourself and others and wanting the best for yourself. I don't like it when people say like "Oh man! You were born in the wrong era! You don't belong here" That's disrespectful to say to someone you don't know. Do I love to dress up and dine out, and dress in 1950s well-crafted garments in public because it's my body and it's my lifestyle? Yes! I love the 1930s, 40s and 50s and I do enjoy the present social and Govt' rights I have today. Thank you! *I'm so sorry for the long comment, have a wonderful week ladies and gents!*
MARYANN EIFORD
MARYANN EIFORD 2 meses atrás
its like painting we paint like we did 100s of years a go. so why cant we do that with our clothes.
Barkrust k
Barkrust k 2 meses atrás
I think thats true. Of course. But I'd love to have lived in a revolutionary period. Like 19th century in Paris, when there were revolutions every ten years. Maybe we've got new freedoms but we've lost others... It is more and more depressing to see how the reaction builds itself on our passed failed movements. If we cant organize that well today its because Paris then was destroyed and rebuilt with boulevards haussmaniens so to control the population. The manipulation of masses has been taken to an extent noone could have imagined. I'll stop here, I think you got my point... :)
Barkrust k
Barkrust k 2 meses atrás
I'm very sceptical with the idea that we Can only be in the best times now. Have you looked around you ? Are you happy with this world ? Obviously there's a rise of consciousness about LGBTI rights yeah... But why do we need it in the first place ? BECAUSE those norms have been pushed on us for several decades. Some of it is really new ! Like some time ago it was way easier to be intersex, you wouldnt suffer mutilations like many babies have to go through today. The thing is, all the fashion that you fancy is the fashion of the rich and thats understandable it makes you awkward... But there were proletarians too at those times! And they were not just poor sad people in black and white ;) once again i see a lot of sadness around now 🤷
Becca G
Becca G 2 meses atrás
20:05 PHINEAS AND FERB!!!!!
SsstAr 22
SsstAr 22 2 meses atrás
I like today because we have the freedom to dress like it’s in history!
Vitória Evergarden
Vitória Evergarden 2 meses atrás
It just happened a few times, but when people ask " oh did you wish you were born before then" I just go like "I was born with a chronic illness if I where born before I would be dead"
TheRealSabey
TheRealSabey 2 meses atrás
Yo I LOVE to learn about the middle ages and I would love to maybe spend a week in that time, but for heavens sake I would never ever under any circumstances want to live there!
FaeryB0mb
FaeryB0mb 2 meses atrás
that blonde reminds me of this one chick in the cottagecore community on tik tok...
Rhyannon Ashford
Rhyannon Ashford 2 meses atrás
I /did/ just recently do a somewhat deep dive into building a 1939 Packard with an electric engine, so I feel like that terrible metaphor was meant just for me.
Artsy_booklover
Artsy_booklover 2 meses atrás
I’m 12 years old and I would like to think I was born in the year 1910
Nancy Redenius
Nancy Redenius 2 meses atrás
I really love that you made an effort to involve people with diverse experiences for this video. This is amazing, Rachel!
Lexxi Vexx
Lexxi Vexx 2 meses atrás
I never realized it until this very moment, but my husband and I dress vintage pretty much all the time. It's just 1970s/80s punk/new wave/goth aesthetic, which still exist today, but we don't like the more modern takes on the style. And definitely wouldn't rather be around then (I mean, he was a baby in the 70s, I was in the 80s, but ykwim). The music was amazing, but even being a part of the punk scene as a queer teenage female in the early 2000s was way worse than today. It was mostly white cis men constantly gate keeping. It wasn't until the last five years that conversations about privilege, racism, sexism and transphobia started happening in the scene as a whole and not just the most radical enclaves. I hate it when some of my guy friends talk about the 90's like it was some punk utopia because they had a few black and gay friends and liked one all-female band. Like, dude, you only think it was better because no one called you out on your BS and it was "okay" to "jokingly" say f*g and use racial slurs. It was awful. Blind nostalgia is as insidious and damaging as religious fundamentalism imo.
chronic-rose
chronic-rose 2 meses atrás
have you heard of Jessica Kellgren-Fozard? she's also into vintage and is a lesbian and disabled and it'd be cool if you featured her on your channel some time or did a collab or something
KarolaTea
KarolaTea 2 meses atrás
Great video!!! When I started stumbling upon vintag fashion YT I was certainly a bit weary if the vintage fashion might not also attract some 'vinatge values' type people... but it seems there are plenty of awesome type people ^__^
Jacinta Schneider
Jacinta Schneider 2 meses atrás
based on the info presented in this video, i have concluded that i am blonde Rachel Maksy
yagirl 123
yagirl 123 2 meses atrás
"Life/dating was so much simpler/easier back then." Sylvias plaths journals say otherwise. So many casual references to "yeah that guy basically just tried to rape me, nbd" "or that guy just forced himself on me, how annoying". Also soooo much stigma about mental health...
Ella Solas
Ella Solas 2 meses atrás
"Some things about the modern world are amazing. Bras are not one of them" is basically the entire concept behind my interest in vintage fashion
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