27/08/2016
Things we love.

Words by

Eliza Sholly

One of our biggest qualms with vintage clothing is that there's only one of everything. Only one person gets to enjoy a great fit/fabric/design or colour.

However, new label Things We Lost is making it possible for everyone to enjoy what we love about vintage – the beautiful fabrics, classic cuts and effortless, relaxed style. These pieces are like vintage but with the option to ask "do you have this in a different size?" 

If you need any more convincing, the brand was created by Landspeed Records, who have long-been Canberra’s solution to wearable, modern vintage for over a decade. 

thingswelost.com.au

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