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The Vintage Fashion Guild™ (VFG) is an international organization dedicated to the promotion and preservation of vintage fashion.
The Vintage Fashion Guild™ (VFG) is an international community of people with expertise in vintage fashion. VFG members enjoy a wealth of resources, avenues for promoting their shops and specialties, and camaraderie with others who share a common interest and passion.
We’re in the final rush before the winter holidays are upon us, and VFG sellers are offering new listings for gift giving, party wear, or self care! Open this article to see a photo from each member who posted to the Fresh Vintage thread this week – clicking on a photo should take you to the listing for complete information. And click HERE to see everything shown in this week’s Fresh forum thread.
a Ted Lapidus couture dress from new member Atta Vintage
70s reindeer cuff links from My Vintage Clothes Line
50s Jaecker Modell blouse pattern from WillyNilly Arts
a 60s signed Weiss autumn leaf brooch from Blue Chanteuse
a 30s velvet opera coat with ermine “fringe” from Vintage Devotion
an 80s Jessica Gunne Sax party dress from Poppys Vintage Clothing
a 70s psychedelic print maxidress from Rachel WNPC
a 40s velvet baseball-style cap from Vintage Runway
a 60s brocade empire waist dress from Denisebrain
a 50s Givenchy Paris mink stole – SOLD! – from Catseye Vintage
a 50s dress pattern from Another Time Vintage Apparel
a 40s Levis western shirt from DollsnTrolls
a 50s/60s lady bug cardigan from Noble Vintage Clothier
a 90s retro I Love Lucy pin from Metro Retro Vintage
a 50s New Look day dress from Black Lotus Vintage
a handknit German sweater, from Amanda in Vermont
There will be more Fresh Vintage next week, because members of the Vintage Fashion Guild are almost always working. See you then!