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Know where to cop the latest trend without breaking the bank.
If you’ve been following all the cool girls of Instagram, you must’ve noticed the resurgence of some popular Y2K trends and comfy ‘90s fits. One look we’ve seen popping up on our feeds on the reg is the “dad trend”, characterized by
From cropped vests, tennis skirts, to oversized baggy pants—this online shop has it all.
There’s no denying that the noughties is taking over the closets of many—and we don’t just mean Gen Z stylephiles. The early 2000s was a very fun, bizarre, and ironic period for fashion where sartorial rules were deliberately broken, making way for
These IG thrift shops will let you shop to your heart’s content, at reasonable price ranges!
There is no doubt that streetwear is a trend that’s not going away any time soon. Meanwhile, a bigger trend encompassing the world of fashion now is sustainability. Well, you can tick both boxes by shopping ukay-ukay online! More specifically, if your
Not into prints or any loud colors? Then shop these e-thrift stores!
We hear you, you want to shop at thrift stores but you’re not into quirky vintage pieces. Good news, because you don’t need to be a fan of zany printed shirts or that '80s secondhand store aesthetic to shop these curated online
You won't believe how much her outfits cost!
There’s no denying that thrift-shopping is a hobby fashion girls love. With online ukay-ukay shops popping left and right on Instagram, as well as bloggers proving that you can recreate designer looks using secondhand finds, it’s not a surprise that even Heart Evangelista
The thrifted clothing complex is apparently the cheapest in the north.
There's nothing quite like the thrill of an ukay-ukay adventure, especially when you come across items that are so rare, so beautiful, and so cheap. It's almost like discovering a pot of gold! If you're a proud ukay-ukay addict like us, you'll
Score cool vintage finds in the City of Lights.
Fact: That Parisian je ne sais quoi, that singular undone chic French women do so, so well, is impossibly elusive. Know that to get on their level, the answer isn't piling on the luxury labels...in fact, it's the total opposite. Paris-born influencer Regina
Think of it as the online version of ukay-ukay shopping!
There’s something to be said about curated vintage. Maybe it’s the way the word is thrown around so casually (read: “Love your jacket!” “Thanks, it’s vintage!”) or, even more importantly, how it’s part of the growing awareness and conversation surrounding sustainable fashion.
The secret's out!
Exploring uncharted alleys and less tourist-y spots is one of my favorite things to do whenever I'm traveling. During my last trip to Japan, while walking along the glitzy street of Omotesando, a brightly lit pink store in a humble alleyway caught the corner
She'll teach you how to shop 'til you drop!
Shaira Luna, Promil kid-turned-celebrated photographer behind countless editorials and campaigns, is definitely not basic. In terms of style, that is. “I have slowly but successfully managed to ease myself out of the all-black and neutral phase I was in half a decade
Know where to score the best deals from this thrift-shopping capital.
A popular local summer destination, Baguio city actually has a lot to offer in the shopping department other than scenic greenery and historical landmarks, sweet delicacies, and covetable cold weather. Over the years, the city has grown to become an ukay-ukay mecca
Fed Pua dishes on what he loves most about thrift shopping.
What do Rachel Zoe, Sophia Amoruso, and Shaira Luna have in common? A deep affection for vintage shopping. And if their statement-making style isn’t enough reason for you to visit the nearest thrift shop, then we’ll give you more reasons why.Preview sat
He even shares his tips for thrift shopping here.
If you're a fashion-inclined person, then you're probably familiar with the struggle of staying on top of trends without breaking the bank. Still, for some, it doesn't cross their minds to check out thrift stores around the city. We get it; not