We are super excited to be featured in City Mag’s February issue!
Here’s a glance at what they had to say about us..
“When did Shopping for a new outfit become such a chore? Many of us hate shopping so much we’d rather order our Clothes online. However, this takes away the joy of rummaging through racks and trying on things that we usually wouldn’t take a chance on.
Brag Vintage’s marketing assistant Becca Linnard says we need to restore our child-like fascination with dressing up, “We want to keep the fun of shopping alive. There’s so much colour in our shop – It’s like a big fancy dress box!”
Brothers Gareth and Ashley Dye first opened Brag Vintage on High Street in August 2014. And what better place to house genuine vintage clothes, than a building which has seen its fair share of old school glamour, when it was a 1960s nightclub owned by Peter Stringfellow called Down Broadway.
What started out as an eBay account in 2011 has fast become a booming business, with a second shop opening on the Lanes in Meadowhall in October 2015.
Gareth says they owe their success to appealing not only to young vintage lovers, but to every age and style.
“We stock clothes which appeal to a wide spectrum of people. We have a team of relaxed and approachable staff,” says Gareth. “What all these shoppers have in common, is that they want something unique, which is better quality than the typical high street shop.”
Gareth, Ashley and their team hand-pick garments and accessories from a number of trusted sellers to ensure they are of the finest quality, so they can be proud to call them a Brag Vintage product.
As they are all recycled products, created in a time when clothes were made to last, you can also be safe in the knowledge that you are buying something eco-friendly, which will stand the test of time.
With a huge range of unique clothing for both men and women, where do we begin? Becca has some ideas.
“Levi jeans and denim jackets are big sellers, as are the versatile unisex checked shirts,” she says. “We also stock quality suede, leather shoes and rucksacks.”
Still not inspired? Check out the Brag Vintage Blog to get advice on how to wear your new piece of clothing or fashion accessory, browse their Instagram and Twitter accounts, and if you still can’t face leaving the house to go shopping, they even have an online store at www.bragvintage.co.uk.
Brag Vintage’s prices are competitively low, but if you are a student, you get 10% discount when you present a valid NUS card.”
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