Rummaging through racks of clothes at your local thrift shop requires stamina, a good eye, and a whole lot of patience—a few skills this online shopping connoisseur could use some help with. Plus, I have really bad allergies so sifting through dusty boxes doesn’t exactly sound like a fun time. But do I really need to leave my home to score vintage pieces? Reformation doesn’t think so, and returned today with their solution: RefVintage, Reformation’s third annual vintage collection chock-full of pieces inspired by the 90s.
Reformation worked with a slew of vintage vendors from all over the world to build its collection, which features silk slip dresses, blouses, and dresses, Victorian-inspired lace tops, leopard and snake prints, vintage Levi’s denim, vintage graphic tees of your favorite pop stars, including Spice Girls, Tina Turner, and N’Sync. Once Reformation hand-selects the vintage pieces—all sourced from fashion’s golden eras, the 1990s and 2000s—they’re sent to the team’s in-house seamstress who repairs any wear and tear. Each piece is then “reworked and modernized to get an effortless Reformation look,” the brand explained.
In tandem with the launch of the RefVintage collection, Reformation is also taking its new collection on a mini world tour so customers all over the world can view the collection IRL. The RefVintage trunk show will also feature location-specific pieces from popular vintage shops, including Moonstone Vintage LA and Treasures of NYC. The RefVintage tour will kick off on November 1 at Melrose Avenue in Los Angeles, then Soho, New York and Boston, MA on November 8 before wrapping things up in Toronto, Canada and London, U.K on November 15.
Shop the full RefVintage collection (well, what’s left) now at reformation.com.