Reformation has launched its third annual online vintage collection


Reformation has long been a favorite of style icons and celebrities, not only for its cool, seductive, vintage-inspired dresses and pieces, but also for its eco-chic mission of sustainability. The brand is committed to minimizing waste and reusing vintage unsold fabric for its designs. They have been carbon neutral since 2015 and even offer customers a $100 gift card if they switch to wind power. Other climate-friendly initiatives that Reformation practice include their RefRecycling program, where customers can send in clothes for the brand to recycle for free, and a partnership with a textile waste company called Osomtex, which collects offcuts from their factory in Los Angeles. Angeles and reuses them in yarn and fabric.

The brand is going even further with the launch of its third annual vintage collection online. As you may know, vintage and second-hand shopping is one of the most sustainable ways to fill your wardrobe and satisfy your fashion cravings, and Ref knows the importance of wearing things again. that already exist. Their 50-piece collection launches today, October 28, and is “inspired by fall runways and street style” with a wide range of pieces including snakeskin pants, 80s minis , Spice Girls t-shirts and rare Levi’s Red Line jeans.

Where do Reformation’s vintage pieces come from? “The vintage of Reformation comes from all over the world”, explains the brand Teen vogue. “The brand works with different suppliers to get a selection of items and then selects each piece. Once the pieces are chosen, they have an amazing in-house seamstress who helps repair any damage to make sure everything is spotless. From there, the pieces are reworked and modernized to achieve an effortless Reformation look.”

Check out some of our favorite pieces from the collection below and shop their vintage picks at But click fast, because Reformation expects their third vintage collection to sell out fast!

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