Second Hand Clothes Ideas

When the inspiration sometimes disappear is a good tip to visit second hand shops. There is often a wide range of totally mad clothing along with some treasures. This week we have visited three second-hand shops in Gothenburg to produce this week’s outfit. The result was three combinations in completely different styles.

Three-part tweedkostymer is perhaps not exactly casual wear for the town, but it’s hard not to unleash his anglofili in second-hand shops. According to Vintageinconfidential, for those who are a bit more subtle in their clothing, a light gray or dark suit also fit perfectly with this dress. Trench coats usually have quite plentiful in second-hand shops. This Swedish-made was of a little shorter model with very nice details. The shirt is plaid with a white collar and cuffs. Dress/ handkerchief and tie with pink elephants to make the British godsägarlooken complete.

Three-part Tweedkostym (350 SEK, Emmaus)
Trenhcoat (350 SEK, Emmaus)
Shirt T.M. Lewin (280 kr Rag Time)
Brougeskor (150 kr, Emmaus)
Tie (flea market finds 10 SEK)
Handkerchief (flea market finds 5 kr)

The substance of yesterday’s article was just contrasting trousers.This is therefore an example how to wear this type of pants for a little more casual attire. Dark blue u-ringed t-shirts is a classic piece of clothing for summer and suitable for the most part. This in combination with a Plaid Shirt and light green manschesterbyxor to make things a little more interesting. On his feet a pair of retro Adidassneakers. Everything is from Rag Time

Shirt Paul & Joe (280 USD)
Shirt The Duffer of St. George (250 SEK)
Manschetserbyxor Levi’s (480 USD)
Sneakers Adidas (350 USD)
Sunglasses Persol (480 USD)

Jacket with sjalslag is also a topic we dealt with earlier. It is perhaps not very common to wear chinos, but I think it will be quite a fun combination, which, however, is completely inappropriate for formal events.

Tuxedo Jacket ($ 250, the ants)
Vintage Levi’s Khakis ($ 480, Rag Time)
Dress shirt (£ 250, Rag Time)
Shoes (£ 10, Ants)
Wrap (50 kr, Emmaus)
Handkerchief (flea market finds 5 kr)

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