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LA Vintage to expand its operation
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Oct '11
LA Vintage, one of only a handful of vintage clothing warehouses in the Los Angeles metro area, transitioned last month from selling vintage as an online retailer to exclusively becoming a wholesaler. Rather than selling vintage clothing articles directly to customers through its e-commerce site, it will now focus on providing wholesale vintage clothing to retailers on an international scope. This move will allow LA Vintage to expand its operation and choose only the most unique items for retailers seeking a competitive price on bulk vintage items.

LA Vintage carries only one-of-a-kind true vintage clothing, shoes, and accessories for men and women, with every piece originating from the 1940s through to the 1990s. The warehouse is updated with fresh stock daily, an unusual attribute of a vintage supplier. Retailers in the area can handpick items for their store or site, or request a mix of items that fit a specified description.

“We only sell one-of-a-kind vintage. Every piece of clothing is unique, no vintage remakes or copies,” says Murtaza Haji, the owner of LA Vintage. “When retailers buy directly from the source, they will get much better price, and we are trying to fill that need in the vintage sector. We have also negotiated very good shipping rates for our overseas customers and are willing to work with them on an exclusive basis for a specific city.”

While the historical fashions of the 1940s to 1990s were each set in their era, there are clear trends in vintage clothing, with certain styles holding more popularity over others from year to year. One goal of LA Vintage is to choose the most saleable items for its daily updates to the warehouse.

LA Vintage offers hand-picked quality in women's and men's wholesale vintage clothing at competitive prices, carrying one-of-a-kind true vintage pieces from the 1940s to the 1990s. LA Vintage stocks the finest items from these decades and keeps up-to-date with current trends in the vintage world. Retailers can choose between “You Pick” and “We Pick” domestic and international orders.

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