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I Stalk Resale Sites for Fun, 28 Designer Finds You Need to See Right Now

I consider myself to have many hobbies, and one of them just happens to be perusing through luxury resale sites on the regular. I don't even end up buying anything for the most part (My bank account would hate me), but there's just a certain thrill of scrolling through the site's pages and finding unique vintage and secondhand items at a reduced price tag. Even if I won't purchase it, it makes me happy that someone else will, and just finding it sparks a level of joy. Recently, I did end up making a purchase of a Vintage Gucci Jackie with gold hardware at the under-$500 mark, and I think it's one of my current prized possessions.

I understand not everyone may be a fan of the hunt, and scrolling through pages of self-shot pictures can be a little tricky to see what's actually good or not. Since I find myself stalking resale sites like Vestiare and Fashionphile pretty often, I thought I'd share some of the best finds that I came across. Most of them are under the $1000 mark, but I did include the occasional pricey gem in case you feel like splurging today. From a vintage Chanel vest to a Burberry trench coat, you're going to want to take a look at the finds below. 

It's pretty easy to find vintage versions of Prada's current Nylon collection.

The Fendi logo just gets me everytime.

Imagine how good this would look layered over a white button up.

I dream about this collaboration still.

Vintage suits always fit so much better.

After Gucci came out with it's modern-day Jackie, hundreds of vintage versions have showed up on the resale market.

These shoes have a cult following for a reason.

DIY Idea: Turn these buttons into earrings.

Dior Saddle for under $1000? Someone better buy this ASAP.

You can't go wrong with the crossed C's.

Mary Janes are back in trend, so these are perfect.

The coat that never goes out of style.

There's something about the Fendi logo print that just gets me.

"I like my sketchers, but I love my Prada backpack." Guess the reference.

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