Vintage junkies are among the most passionate shoppers out there, their hunger for mint condition finds is at times bordering on veral. ModCloth founder Susan Gregg-Koger satiated her cravings for such treasures by snatching up any and every fabulous piece she encountered-until her personal collection grew bigger than a hobby. Today, her e-boutique ModCloth offers vintage picks, culled from around the world, as well as a collection of new designs, all with the same jaunty, feminine aesthetic embodied by the used goods. A stellar selection of dresses and incredible jackets could costume a '50s drama. There are tons of amazing summer finds, though we fell hard for the Blair Waldorf-worthy Upper East Side dress. Bottoms range from skinny jeans to flared plaid button-front skirts. Have a look at the sea-colored, tiered Into the Deep skirt. Cardis, silkscreened tees and Lolita panties round out the lighthearted offering. The shoe department offers new styles with similar design elements to the vintage finds. We recently spotted completely on trend peep-toe boots in perforated suede. Finally, an eclectic home section pairs tongue-in-cheek cutesies. Best of all, barely a thing on the site costs over $75 (including clothes) and many accessories are well under $15.
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