Another shop, LA Vintage Wholesale, specializes in sustainable modern vintage clothing. They carry some of the best vintage material from around the world. Their prices aren’t too expensive either. They also have wholesale pricing.
While most of their inventory is sold in-store, there are also many items that they’re reselling on sites such as eBay and Depop. They are also getting ready to open a second vintage store in Fort Wayne.
It leaves half an inch of fabric on each side of the seam, making for a smoother, flat outline.
There are other things that can be used to determine whether a garment is vintage. For instance, does it have a ‘country of origin’ label? This was introduced after the McKinley Act of 1891, which encouraged manufacturers to list the country of origin on labels.
Aside from the pinked seam, another noteworthy feature of vintage clothing is the side fastener. These fasteners are typically made of metal, and are a sign of a garment produced before the 1960s.