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Sale on Vintage 90’s Dresses

100 Pounds of 1990’s Vintage Dress Mix @$5.50lb

vintage wholesale boxSTRAIGHT OUT OF REALITY BITES.  The 1990’s vintage dress mix is a must have for the 90s revival look that’s taking off. A feminine mix of floral prints, velvet, sequin, party dresses and more. The mix also includes the popular sunflower style, that can be styled as grungy as you want. Short sleeves, long sleeves, and sleeveless styles in a variety of loose fitting baby doll cuts.
 

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See What You Are Getting First – Vintage Boxes

Dust Factory Vintage Clothing Boxes

The Dust Factory Boxes are set up for boutique buyers who need specific looks. Each box is made up of a variety of pieces that reflect a specific style with a range of categories and sizes. The first of it’s kind, each boxes contents are view able before purchase.

  • See what you are getting
  • Pair items and increase upsells
  • Order ships that day!

 
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Vintage Clothing by the POUND

If you have an established market and can move a range of product then purchasing vintage clothing by the pound may be the perfect option.

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The Dust Factory Bales are broken down into itemized mixes for bulk purchases.

  •  50 LB bale …… $350 ($7 lb)
  •  100 LB bale …… $600 ($6 lb)
  •  500 LB bale …… $2000 ($4 lb)
REQUIREMENTS: 50lb per item minimum. $700 order minimum
RECOMMENDATIONS: Brick & Mortar Location/s, established clientele, price points and marketing schedules

 

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My Freedamn! JAPANESE VINTAGE SO-CAL 2 NYC

When it comes to collecting vintage clothing from the United States the Japanese buyers have been paving the path for nearly 30 years. Since the eighties Japanese vintage collectors have been traveling across the United States hitting up thrift stores, vintage stores, clothing flea markets and just about anywhere they could find old vintage jeans, leather jackets, sneakers or t-shirts.

As the vintage clothing culture became more popular in Japan and the demand grew collectors began to find new ways to locate more product. Because each vintage piece is essentially a one-off it is difficult to determine the actual size and fit without trying it on. One problem the collectors had was finding vintage pieces that were not only the correct size but the way the garment fit had to be perfect as well. To overcome this obstacle they hired hip Japanese boys and girls that were the perfect body shape to match the sizes that they were looking for.

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Black Leather Jackets, Motorcycles and Rock & Roll

leather jackets history

Black leather jackets have left their distinct mark in American culture becasue of what they have come to represent. They have become a form of recognition into a lifestyle that generally opposes the common rule and thread. Like specific colors in a wardrobe would reveal gang members and their loyalty in the streets of LA during the 1980’s, black leather jackets are worn to symbolize a decision into a subculture that sets it own rules.

History of the black leather jacket

The quintessential leather jacket was born out of functionality when they were created for aviators in the First World War. The first leather flight jackets were more bulky than they are today, often featuring shearling-lined collars and lapels to protect pilots from the elements. As time passed the leather jacket has become as essential in fashion as the t-shirt, abandoning its more practical uses in favor of a sartorial importance fueled by pop culture and the evolution of trends.

Above image from Schot NYC 100 Years of An American original  : myfreedamn

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