What goes around comes around. What we wear in the present was most likely worn in the past. Vintage generally means that the item was sewn or manufactured in the decades dating from the 1980s and older.
Meaning that many items were worn and carefully cared for by another individual in the past. Some items may have small imperfections and small signs of wear.
But the most beautiful thing about vintage is that it's a great way to recycle and reuse clothing, saving our ecosystem from unethical treatment from manufacturing plants.
Inspired by the colors of Edie Sedgwick, Andy Warhol and The Factory; the resistance of 1960s Vivienne Westwood and the Sex Pistols; and the sassiness of Joan Crawford in The Women, Poor Little Rich Girl has been approaching vintage apparel from the far left since its birth in 2007. Each vintage piece is carefully selected and handpicked from all over the US by two fashion-obsessed individuals who look to change the way the masses interpret vintage.
Located in Atlanta, Poor Little Rich Girl reflects the lifestyle of two visionaries.
"Vintage is green. Vintage is a story. Vintage is past. Vintage is present. Vintage is future."
-Poor Little Rich Girls
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