Of course, now the Internet has made it easier than ever to find vintage reproduction styles for any price range. It's really nuts how easy it is and I find a new favorite site every day. The dress below is from a store in the UK called Voodoo Vixen that I just discovered a few months ago!
Teal Cardigan - Local Boutique (similar)
Vintage Pink Bag - Thrifted (similar)
Anyway, if you're into vintage style, but not looking for the hunt, bookmark some of my favorite shops! These are definitely my go-tos when it comes to vintage style shopping. And no commission here, these are just honestly shops I love and wanted to share because they deserve it!
Vintage Shops to BookmarkStop Staring - like I mentioned above, they make great quality, adorable vintage reproduction.
Plasticland - This was one of the first online shops that I discovered that carried cute and vintage style rockabilly clothing. It's a little rock n roll and a little morbid, but also adorable. Seriously, just look at these shoes.
Pinup Girl Clothing - Another shop to die for. Their collection of adorable dresses became even more adorable in the last few years with new prints and patterns. I get their emails and you should too. You know, unless you like money and not spending it all, then maybe don't. Oh, and PLUS SIZES!
Voodoo Vixen - Based out of the UK, so don't order anything last minute, but you'll wanted to order quickly as quantities are limited!
Modcloth - Of course, this is the original, mass appeal vintage shop. I still love it because you can shop by era, which is just cool.
Unique Vintage - This is another site that started early on and even though they carry a lot of stuff you can kind of find anywhere, their prices are pretty great so you can sometimes find a really great deal on something cute!
Stranger Than Vintage - My shop, of course! I only pick out things that I myself think are amazing, not just things that I think will sell. So normally, I love pretty much everything I list.
Those are just my favorite places to browse. Did I miss something? Do you have a shop I've never heard of? Leave it in the comments! Not like I need more places to window shop, but it can't hurt, right?