The Ginger Vintage was created not only from my own love of vintage fashion and homewares, but from noticing the growing effects of fast fashion on the planet and the lack of accessibility to affordable, size inclusive vintage. The fast fashion industry majorly breaches the human rights of its workers, and has a huge toll on the environment - but with a lack of size diversity and highly inaccessible prices at many vintage and secondhand stores, where was I meant to shop?
This inspired me to create a store that celebrates the beauty of vintage pieces at affordable prices; Every piece of clothing has been handpicked for their funkiness and quality to ensure that only items in the best - and grooviest - vintage condition are sold.
TGV trades at markets across sydney, all market info can be found through our instagram, or, stay updated on upcoming pop-ups and other appearances through our events page!
It is incredibly important to me that everyone wishing to shop at The Ginger Vintage feels comfortable and that every body size and shape is catered to. TGV clothing ranges in sizes between xxs to xxl+.
TGV has both men's and women's vintage, however as an inclusive space we encourage people to disregard the gender roles associated with clothing and just wear what makes you happy!
Every item of clothing has been thoroughly looked over, washed and patched up to ensure you find no sneaky stains, snags or tears after purchase.
Like the clothing and accessories, all the succulent planters and homewares sold in collaboration with TGV are handpicked and crafted by the iconic 'Iggi Pot' who has been collecting antique ceramics herself for years and shares the passions of instilling new life and purpose in vintage goods.
All of the plants are in antique vessels, easy to care for and are suited to both indoor and outdoor environments with prices ranging between $10-$60. Every planter comes with a relevant care sheet to keep your new plant friend healthy and happy.
Read more about Iggi Pot here.