Vintage Clothes & Feminist Accessories

Vilnius, Lithuania · 41 Sales


Vintage Clothes & Feminist Accessories

Vilnius, Lithuania 41 Sales On Etsy since 2017

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Augustė Skirutytė

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Augustė Skirutytė

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pretty ugly — the one who has weird yet phenomenal sense of aesthetics and style.

It’s a place where everything you or your mum thought was ugly, as a matter of fact, gets enormously pretty.

We are here to talk about the absurd of standards that constrain our beautiful minds and declare the importance of uniqueness!

Free The Nipple series is not only a fun message that it's right about time to start changing our point of view & provoke awkward conversations.

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  • Justina

    Owner, Designer, Maker

  • Auguste

    Owner, Marketer, Photographer

  • Juste

    Owner, Curator, Marketer

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Last updated on Mar 6, 2018
Frequently asked questions

Who made my clothes?

These are unique thrifted or handmade pieces.

What is upcycled design?

Upcycling, also known as creative reuse, is the process of transforming by-products, waste materials, useless, or unwanted products into new materials or products of better quality or for better environmental value.

What does sustainable mean?

It means capable of being maintained at a steady level without exhausting natural resources or causing severe ecological damage.

Why Free The Nipple?

Free The Nipple is a global campaign of change, focused on the equality, empowerment, and freedom of all human beings. Free The Nipple has become a premier voice for gender equality, utilizing all forms of modern media, to raise awareness and effect change on various social issues and injustices.
We believe that all human beings are created equal.
We believe that the time for change is now.
We believe that together, through one unified voice, we can affect change globally.

What is Vintage?

Vintage clothing is a form of ease in a fast-moving world. Re-wearing clothes from a personal wardrobe and wearing newly acquired vintage and retro clothing can be understood as a desire to recreate familiarity, or felicity, in a world that is rapidly changing and increasingly impersonal.

Most vintage clothing has been previously worn, but a small percentage of pieces have not. These are often old warehouse stock, and more valuable than those that have been worn, especially if they have their original tags. Referred to as deadstock or new old stock (NOS), they nevertheless sometimes have flaws. Vintage clothing may be either commercially produced or handmade by individuals.

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