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Vintage style is actually used for defining trend, style, fashion or any other mode that has gone outdated and was a part of past eras. For example, clothing style of era of 1950s, 60s 70s, 80s and 90s will all be included in the Vintage fashion style and same goes for the music style as well. Vintage style is referred to as Retro (Retrospective style) which defines the products imitated of style of Vintage era.

A term is broadly used these days implying, “Vintage style never dies” and this is thoroughly true since the craze for vintage style, whether it is fashion or music or cars, is again mesmerizing people around the world. There is a big difference between terms Antique & Vintage, since majority of people tend to mix them. To be referred to as Vintage, the mode or style has to be at least 15-20 years from current time. On the other hand all the products, style and other things that belong to era of 20s or before have been declared Antique.

History & Present

Though there has always been a great admiration of Vintage clothing due to the superior quality of fabric and designs it has, the true acceptance and demand among people for this has been a result of awareness that initiated in the early 90s. The major reason for such immense change is considered the enhanced visibility since vintage clothing was widely worn by celebrities and top models during the 90s era. Some of the big names include – Julia Roberts, Kate Moss, Renee Zellweger, Tatiana Sorokko, Dita Von Teese and many more. The big credit goes to Rock music bands’ keen interest in Vintage also result in great enhancement. These all factors lead to a great success of Vintage style in present times.